Date: Sun, 07 Jun 1998 04:55:51 GMT
From: lorussonopsamnet.net (bolis)
Subject: Re: buying 1995 Turbo 9000


On Mon, 18 May 1998 19:51:12 -0500, tom Doughty <tdoughtynopsamance.usd.edu> wrote: >I'm looking at buying a SAAB 9000 Turbo with 32k >miles for $18,475 > >Can an experienced SAAB person tell me what to >look for? > >Thanks. > Go to the SAAB mechanics, that's always the best way to go. Althought I wonder how much they depend on computers for finding out trouble. If you are ready to dich out $20K than extra $100 should be no problem to say the least. Has waranty expired? What about extended waranty from dealer? Does he have that? Transferrable? Maintaince records? History of problems? How does HE care for it, drive it. I new a maniac that managed to blew SAAB 900 engine out. Friends described it to me that spark plugs made wholes in the hood like bullets (???). Sorry for my babbling, I guess what I am trying to say is that a modern car can hardly be checked by "tirekicking", perhaps even by a SAAB mechanic. If you're looking for news about patterns of manufacturing defects surfacing out I doubt you'll hear about them... Here I Think I'll shut up. Wanna know why I thank God and SAAB that my Father is still alive? Just kidding... It is a true story thought... Lorusso

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