Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 00:23:53 GMT
From: "Les Ferris" <>
Subject: Re: Saab 900 1985

I bought my 85 Saab 900 (new) while in Germany and since 1987 it has been driven through Canadian winters. Yes, it's starting to rust, but that can be repaired. I have been lucky in that over the last 14 years the only major/unexpected repairs were a new rad, new water pump, an oil pressure sender unit and CV joints (or something like that). You might want to check on access to a good Saab mechanic (and parts). Other than that, go for it. RL wrote in message <>... >Hello, >I am 16yrs old, in the market for a used car. I initially had my eyes on >BMWs and other stylish mid 80s vehicles. Then a 1985 Saab 900 (non turbo) >caught my eye. > >I looked at it this evening, it was getting dark so I used a flashlight to >aid me in looking it over. All and all its in great shape (some sun fading >of paint here and there, NO rust!, engine looks good, back panel (cardboard) >is cracked so it sags in. but all and all, good). > >He is asking $1900 but conceded he'll negotiate. > >The A/C is broken -- so I'm not even going to worry about it. >says its worth $1700 and change w/o A/C, so I'm going to offer him $1500 and >won't go above $1700. > >Anything I need to know about this car? '85s good models? Any cautions, >warnings, praises, etc. about this model/year? > >Any help would be great!, >Thanks, >Rick > >

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