1996 Saab 900S, 167,000 miles, runs and drives excellent. 33 mpg highway 25 mpg city Working sunroof new JVC bluetooth, mp3, wav, am-fm stereo, two dash speakers ($30 each at
Autozone), can handle 6 tranny will need $150 flush in 10,000 miles brakes will need checkup and probably work in 21,000 miles oil dipstick is out of sync but original part (does not screw in all the way) exhaust and passenger door has surface rust dark forest green in color 4 valve tires have another 20,000 miles on them. needs no alignment, radiator flush (radiator is fine) does not have a/c, does have heated seats cloth roof needs re-adjusting, hangs in some places rear window wiper brand new wipers brand new antenna new valve cover gasket new distributor wires and cap battery will need replacing in a few months, starts fine, don't leave the radio running when engine is off for more than 5 minutes. I received this vehicle in a private sale from a licensed dealer, he took care of the sale for a soldier going overseas. has donut filled (spare small tire with jack) adamar automotive and meineke has taken care of oil and tune up. driver seat has burn holes from cigarettes.. emergency brake in center console (great for student driver and license exam road test) no major rust on bottom (some small surface rust) I bought this vehicle for $2300, put $700 (verifiable) into the vehicle, asking $3000, will consider a subaru outback or forester or compatible trade.
photos upon request, i like my privacy. i am selling to get an all wheel drive vehicle, preferring a awd with large cargo area.
i'm in no rush and i have my title in hand.
i get parts directly from (antenna was $35 delivered overnight, near $100 from Saab dealer, free shipping, phone and email and chat service.)
upon first drive of this saab (with adjustable steering wheel), i knew the seatbelts and dual srs airbags were a must have anyways. handles great on the highway, but like any small economy and luxury car, bumps are going to be felt and not neccessarily hard. i'd put a baby seat in the back with no regrets and stay where i know on the road. saaby handles great on the highway, this is a non turbo saab and i suppose there is really no difference, all things considered. i've passed nearly 5 saabs identical in color in the last 2 and 3/4 months. like any vehicle that is 16 years old, it will need parts and maybe in 2 yrs a new muffler (chris sylvia, adymar automotive, inexpensive, barters and great to chat with, plays guitar, been in the armed services as a mechanic too) will gladly help ya as he did the work to to saab along with his employer / friend, business owner. the heat knob comes off, can be glued into place, great to stick a mini transitter in if you are law enforcement. there is a working lighter that comes off it's hold, again, some glue will do. the back cargo area lid (felt black) comes off as the hatchback is not made to stay open when driving. the seats prolly do come down, there is a bolt keeping them locked into position, i've nevergone beyond looking though. any other questions, don't hesitate to ask, will travel anywhere on cape cod, the farther out, the more serious and cash/money order/personal or business check ready type driver, please.
william 1-508-292-0292 will come to you or meet in mutual place at your convenience. W. K. Mahler W. K. Mahler
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