OG9-3/NG900 any value for parts car or just scrap it? - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Been quite a while since I checked into the forums, as I have unfortunately moved away from the brand as our family dynamic and needs have changed.
My question is whether anyone is really doing anything with these "old gen" 9-3s / NG900s?
I've let my 1999 manual sit for too many years in our driveway and need to part ways (WAF). It's big downpipe broke at the weld, and I took it as the opportunity to move on to a bigger SUV that I got a great deal on to please my wife (as our family expanded). I hate sending it to the junkyard (was going to donate it), but hoped one day I would get back into it, or at least send it on to someone that would find use for it. I had moved over all my performance parts from my NG900 and done some others. It's in rough shape on the outside, at least the hood, and has sat, but didn't know if there are folks out there that would have any use for it.
Scott, I'm not trying work around posting to classifieds (I was one of the first members), and I will, just trying to determine if it's even worth the effort, since I'd prefer it gone as a whole within the next week or two. I'm obviously lazy, else I would have done this 5 years ago!
Thanks for reading!
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