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ya I'd get it checked out by a specialist Saab god and a body shop! ALWAYS have a Saab specialist do a pre-purchase inspection so you know what you're getting into ! that kind of title means T_R_O_U_B_L_E ! it was in an accident ! was it repaired right? lowers the value a heap and some co's won't insure a title like that depends on the procedures of the state you live in. AZ I recall you can get back to a regular title when it's repaired properly some other states? it definitely affects the book/ resale value and most new car dealers wouldn't accept it as a trade in when I sold cars
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