Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2003 20:58:06 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: What is your favorite 900 model?

in article, MeatballTurbo at wrote on 02/04/2003 19:52: > In article <>, > spouted forth into >> in article, MeatballTurbo at >> wrote on 02/04/2003 14:16: >> >>> In article <>, >>> says... >>>> Actually, my favourite is a late classic 900i convertible in that gorgeous >>>> blue. Why? It looks fantastic! I love the way the rubber work along the >>>> side >>>> graduates into a little spoiler. It's a personal thing. I really liked the >>>> way the 900i of that era handled. Okay, not as fun without a turbo, by >>>> *very* much a problem-free car. I've never driven a turbo convertible, but >>>> I >>>> have the feeling I'd prefer the NA engine on a convertible. >>>> >>> >>> Want to try one out for size? Feel like an impluse buy, would look good >>> next to Orca. >>> < >>> 1&make=SAAB&min_pr=&postcode=wa3+6er&source=0&model=900&max_pr=&sort=3 >>> &variant=&mileage=&miles=40&keywords=&agerange=&max_records=50&search.x= >>> 0&search.y=0> >>> >>> 7th car down. >> >> Oh, mate ..... I can see it flickering its eye lashes at me :) >> >> What would my Orca think if I brought another girl home that looked just >> like her, but didn't have a problem taking her top down in public? >> >> I must resist! It must be blue and a later model. At least a younger model >> wouldn't hurt her so much :) >> >> Orgasmic! There's a flat nose two door as well (first one down), with silver >> trim around the windows. > I noticed that there were a few Classics up there when I looked. Could't > believe it. When I was looking a couple of months ago, locally the > classics where as rare as rocking horse poop. Swings 'n' roundabouts. Saabs don't sell in the winter. People are too reliant on them to get through the winter :) I notice AllSarb have a 16V Orca look-alike (without the whale tail) for sale at the moment. They're pretty close to you, aren't they? Is it any good? Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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