Color: Tan Trans: Manual Mileage: 110,345 Price: $3000
This is a project car that is in very good condition. The motor has been removed and is part way through a rebuild. This is a rare opportunity to own a classic 2 cycle Saab. Car was running and driving. Engine had vibration due to damaged woodruf key slot in crank shaft. Crank shaft has been replaced. All the parts are there including newly rebuild braking system, e-brake cables and many other small parts. This car is for sale on e-bay as well. you can go see more pictures there.
Contact: Duncan Miller, Housatonic MA Email:Click Here Phone: 413-274-7043
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 45,635 Price: $12,000
This 1958 93B is a car that should be kept in this condition and used as a driver. This could possibly be restored however it has been highly modified. Changing it back to original could be a challenge. This car has been my driver and a fun car until I bought a 1959 93B that was in the Saab Car museum that is all original. Modifications include 850cc single carb engine producing 42 hp, 4 speed transmission with steel axle drivers, disc brakes (which is an improvement) and Tom Donney exhaust (Sounds remarkable). Interior seats have been re-upholstered very close to the original. I originally purchased this car which has been sitting for 13 years. Got it fired up. To my surprise the transmission was ready to explode from noise and the engine had a bearing noise. I pulled the transmission, repaired the bearings, checked it out in it's entirety. I dissembled the engine to inspect internal parts. The only bad bearing was the front roller. Replaced with new, inspected all components, reassembled, painted and was ready to go. Replaced the fuel transmitter with low fuel light with an upgrade from Hollywood Spedometer in LA. All lights work. Wipers work. Water pump has been resealed with a kit from randa.se. Body is very solid. No visible rust as it has been a Colorado car for many years. It was originally red however they painted it original Saab Green and did a pretty good job painting door jambs, trunk and engine compartment. Some areas under the hood shows red (see detailed pictures). I have had this in many car shows and people flock to this car. I have owned this for three years and have been driving this car. It is a head turner. Muffler is the best part as most people have not heard a 2 cycle engine. Not a hot weather car. 75 degrees or less this car loves. 60 to 65 MPH. Small opera window in the back and the aerodynamic look, this car has a welcome sign on the side to come talk to you. My suggestion is to buy it, wax it and drive it. Do not restore it as it will loose its patina. E mail me and I have many detailed thumbnail pictures I can send you. Send me your phone # and I will call you.
Contact: Jerry Danner, Denver CO Email:Click Here Phone: 303-910-5520
Color: Yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: 70,712 Price: $2800
I got this car from its original 83 year lil old lady owner with the intentions of fixing it up and having a really cool and unique car. The SAAB was in indoor storage since 1982. I cleaned the gas tank, carburetor, changed the oil and coolant. I did get her running, however, she has a clutch issue so she does not drive correctly. I tried to fiddle with it, but I just can't seem to get it to work correctly as the clutch "rides" when you drive the car. It needs some work as any project but is a very complete and original car suited for someone with knowledge of SAABS. I have all the original service records dating back to 1970 from the original owner showing lots of work done including a complete transmission rebuild. The body is pretty straight except for a small dent on the lower driver's fender and a dent on the trunk. She looks to have been repainted at one time. It has some rust under the front windshield that will need to be addressed. The front windshield is also cracked. The floor/trunk pans are solid and have no rust.
Contact: Anthony Deleo, Ventura CA Email:Click Here Phone: 805-290-5023
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 95,000 Price: $16,000
This 1970 SAAB 95 is a true oddity, a never rusted, perfect original interior wagon. I purchased this car from a fellow collector in Austin, TX in 2005. The previous owner informed me it was a SoCal car. I have owned this car for 11 years. I am selling a few cars as I have run out of room in my warehouse and changing tastes in autos. This car has a rebuilt "hot" engine with a lumpy cam and I suspect a rebuilt transaxle as the car shifts much too well. The free-wheeling works perfectly. I drove the car from my home to Los Angeles and back at extra-legal speeds with no issues. Now mind you that is 200 miles of solid hard interstate driving without any issues. Runs cool even here in the desert. Original SAAB AM/FM radio with Hirsch "Red Tip" antenna. The original black vinyl interior is flawless. I had the car painted after I purchased this car. Full photographic documentation. Please e-mail for further photos.
Contact: Adam Ross, Palm Springs CA Email:Click Here Phone: 216-470-2146
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $6000 or Offer
Repainted in original green, Engine rebuilt 10,000 miles ago. Engine balanced, blue printed, intake ported, new pistons, new rockers, new balance shaft gear and bearings, Isky F4 cam grind, lightened flywheel. Weber 34 ICH carb, tuned Y exhaust, Rebuilt 4 speed transmission with Sonett final drive, new clutch, freewheel intact, braided steel brake lines, Electric fan, electric fuel pump, New suspension bushings, resealed gas tank, Cored radiator with new expansion tank. Dash cracked but very good replacement available. Windshield cracked but new windshield available for purchase. Front and rear seats reupholstered and in good shape. Great driver, very strong engine. I have too many Saabs.
Contact: Wayne Brewer, Cotopaxi CO Email:Click Here Phone: 719 942 3477
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: xxxx Price: $3500
Selling my 1972 Saab 96. New Weber carb, newly recored radiator, Sonett transmission in top condition (runs very quietly), Ronal alloy wheels, Vredestein tires with about 700 miles on them, redone early Saab 99 seats and rear seat, CD player, tachometer, electronic radiator fan with adjustable thermo switch, fairly new battery, big exhaust, and probably some other stuff I'm forgetting. That's the good news. The other news is that the paint needs work in several locations (small can of correct paint included), the wiper post leaks (spares included), the windshield is cracked (spare included, along with 2 spare rubber windshield gaskets), the wiring is a bit goofy but nearly everything works (the instrument lights are always on), the rear deck is sagging, and the headliner needs final fitting. This car is much faster and more powerful than you might expect, and it gets a lot of attention. A ton of fun. But I'm busy with my 1970 Saab 99e and my son no longer wants it, so off it goes!