Date: 29 Apr 1999 08:51:29 GMT
From: e93pinopsamlth.se (Per Ola Ingvarsson)
Subject: Re: 99-style taillights on 900


What I ment was that some old old 900s have the same taillights as the 99s. The new old 900s always have one pair of lights in the car body and another pair in the back door. The 99 only had one pair in the car body. I haven't been able to find a picture of a 900 with a 99 backdoor but I have seen several of them. On the side of the hoods of these cars it says 900 where it says SAAB on newer old 900s. In article <cQFV2.807$Or2.5218nopsam.cwix.com>, Manic <mmmanicnopsamail.com> wrote: >I have seen many 94 NG900 with a body colored metal piece between the >taillights. I think the SE had a red reflector in the middle until the 95 >or 96 came out, when all models had the one taillight across the back. > >A few pre-NG 900 models had an optional reflector kit available for install >in back of the license plate to connect the taillights. The 9-5 has this >accessory currently. > >Per Ola Ingvarsson <pinopsamth.se> wrote in message >news:3726FBFD.DD8141CFnopsamth.se... >> Sometimes I see old SAAB 900:s (Combi Coupé) that don't have the extra >> taillights in the back door. I guess they are '79s, but I have also seen >> 900s from 79 with the double taillights. When did they change it? >> >> > >

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