Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 20:01:32 -0500
From: "Rod H" <rodhoggnospamnet>
Subject: Re: Okay, So I'm Dumb.....


does the saab run? if the man at the saab yard says no i would say listen to him. he could be getting rid of it for parts. what are your expectations of this vehicle? your driveway full of cars are they all drivable? I bought my 1985 saab for same price. I needed a cheap car at the time. my expectations were if it ran for 2 months i would feel it would be worth it. it surpassed 2 months by far. It finally broke down. I went ahead and had my saab guy repair it along with a whole laundry list of other things that needed repaired. I have no regrets fixing my saab up. It has given me good service. in my neck of the wood i drive a very unique car. when i see another saab driver we kind of give each other the secret wink and nod. something like in the flintstones loyal order of water buffaloes handshake. if i had problems with a 2005 saab i would be mad. with my 1985 saab i anticipate that there will be problems. somehow the problems with a 1985 car just are not as aggravating as they are with a newer car. rod "Rachel C." <onlyalittle5150nospamcom> wrote in message news:1185337269.585505.43690nospam2000prh.googlegroups.com... > Stupid. "Why won't my keyless entry work?" New battery in the remote? > DUH!! Helps to have the correct batteries. Note to self: Just because > it lights up, doesn't mean it works. :) > > Now, I've found a lovely 1985 Saab for sale ($500) and I love it! > Needs work.... We already Have a driveway full of cars.... (anyone > need a 1978 Alfa Romeo?) Should I go for it? Man at the SAAB yard says > No.... Anyone? >

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