Date: 13 Sep 2001 10:29:09 -0700
From: wukinpanubnopsamandnews.com (Dustin Morris)
Subject: FS: 98 9000CS turbo 109K miles $3250 obo


Fellow Saab enthusiasts: Recent purchase of minivan (sigh!) forces sale of my 1989 Saab 9000 CS with 109,000 miles. It is dark blue with a blue cloth interior. It has powered and heated seats, powered and heated mirrors, power windows, alarm, door locks, am/fm cassette with equalizer, power sunroof with moonroof, cruise control. I am the third owner. The first had it for the first 60,000 miles. I got it from the second at 98,000 miles. I have had it for one year. The car is in excellent shape, inside and out. There is no rust that I am aware of. It has never been wrecked. The interior is in excellent shape, with the exception of one crack in the dashboard and a patched seam rip (2-3 inches long) on the front passenger seat. It does not leak a drop of fluid. It burns no oil. The tires are have probably 65% of their life remaining. This is the sedan--not the hatchback. The minor details: I had a friend disengage the siren from the alarm. The red light still flashes, but I am not bothered by the blaring of the horn. The siren, I am confident, can be hooked up again if you wish to annoy your neighbors. The radio occasionally offends passengers with a screech that seems to be from a short I can not identify. I purchased another Saab amplifier (that sits behind the stereo in the console), so if the new owner is so inclined, he or she could wire up a new stereo and keep the Saab stereo connections very much intact (using the wires from the old amplifier, which I kept, that is). The screech does not exist if you listen to cassettes. The air conditioner and heater now blow exclusively through the main vents. The system acted unpredictably for a spell and ended up primarily blowing through the defrost vents. This proved inadequate in cooling the cabin during our Nashville summers--especially for the little ones in back--so I took it upon myself to duct tape the flapper in the position it is in now. The AC/heater relay is an expensive part, but is rumored to be the root of the problem. I am asking $3250. I will be posting pictures to the website as soon as I give it a proper polishing. It is located in Nashville, Tennessee. I can be reached at this account or by phone at 615.831.5942. --Dustin

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