Vintage Saab Model 92, 93, 95, 96 Classifieds
- 1969 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 5/21/2015)
Color: Polar White Trans: Manual Mileage: 40,600 Price: $12,000
Exceptional original example, a rare survivor car, non-restored, just exceptionally well cared for. Repainted once a long time ago in original Polar White. Passed down from one SAAB enthusiast to another, including a stint in the Owl's Head transportation museum in Maine, it was originally registered in Pennsylvania and has a genuine 40,600 miles on the clock. Pristine. Original equipment except for upgraded Weber carb and Petronix electronic ignition. 4 speed column gearshift, red vinyl upholstery in superb condition, Vredstein radials on freshly powder-coated SAAB rims. Shocks, fuel pump, lines, etc., replaced as part of regular maintenance. Original ownership and manual, added period-correct Blaupunkt radio, sisal carpeting, locking gas cap, etc. Drives beautifully, including free wheel device. Brings smiles from everyone who sees it. Bought in Texas in 2010 with 38,873 miles on it, I have driven it only on sunny weekends in summer at home in Toronto, Canada. Garaged at all times, tucked away for winter. Now my boating in summer means I don't have the time to drive it enough any more. A pdf with full details and lots of photographs is available if you e mail me.
Contact: Stephen Thursby, Toronto CANADA ON
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- 1966 Saab Model 96 (Posted 5/6/2015)
Color: Gray Trans: Manual Mileage: 00000000 Price: $4000
Recent barn find,small patches of surface rust, 2 stroke 3 cylinder engine turns over, I have not tried to start it. stored at a Saab dealership in Northern Maine for 25 plus years, great daily driver or restoration, will deliver in a 250 mile radius for gas money. Have more photos and information just call me.
Contact: Donald Levesque, Bow NH
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- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 4/29/2015) SOLD
Color: Cream Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $1200 OBO
1967 Saab 96 has been in my family since 1975. It was restored and used for local commuting (30 miles a day) for 8 years. When the problem with the paint on the hood became a serious problem the car was parked. We inherited the Saab in 2005. Therefore the car is not running but has been garaged for the last 40 years. All additional Saab parts are included, as well as the second engine. All four tires hold air and the vehicle can be rolled onto a trailer to be transported.
- 1966 Saab 95 (Posted 4/21/2015)
Color: Light Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $2500
2-stroke. Amazingly solid wagon, only one small hole in rear floorboard, runs well, new fuel pump, brake work done ,transmission good, 4 bolt hubs, starts right up. It needs more restoration but can be used as a daily driver. the interior is very good, dash is cracked.
Contact: Bradley Burns, Auburn NY
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Phone: (315) 323-0469 (cell)
- 1967 Saab 96 Deluxe (Posted 4/14/2015) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 67,000 Price: $3,000
This car belonged to my very good friend Dr Charles Reiter. I am selling the car for his wife as he is no longer with us. The car is a daily driver. The car is originally from California. Definitely needs some paint as it appears original. The floor pans are very clean with no rust or repairs ever being done. The 2 front seats have been reupholstered. Matching set of tires all the way around with almost 90% life still left. All the lights work as they should. Engine was rebuilt by bud Clarke about 2 years ago. It has a standard mixer engine. New clutch, master cylinder, brakes, stocks. Hate to really see it go. so I really hope if finds a good home. Clear texas title on the car.
- 1971 Saab 95 (Posted 4/10/2015)
Color: Racing Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 106,641 Price: $15,500
This 95 is not a project car. It’s a rust free car that has never been damaged. This car is in a perfect immaculate condition like no other. Vin #95-1. First one out of the assembly line in 1971, its like a brand new car, when out on the road all heads turn and questions start. This wagon has a complete rebuild engine and transmission, an electric fan, brand new front and back springs, new front and back shocks, complete tune up. Webber carburetor, brand new clutch. The free wheel works at the go. Radio is a AM/FM CD player. Speakers under the dash, door panels never have been cut.. Brand new H/R exhaust system 2 ½ with headers, and Dual tail pipes. This car has never been through rain or snow. Runs and drives like a new model. The inside its like a brand new car. Two pairs of Hella Halogen fog lights. Car cover included. Everyone in the household loves this wagon but its time for a new home. A 1965 911-T Porsche needs this space. Serious inquire only. If you need more pictures email me.
Contact: Gustavo Guerra, Irvington NJ
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- 1967 Saab Monte Carlo 850 (Posted 3/31/2015) SOLD
Color: Beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 123k Price: $900 OBO
Looking for a home for my MC 850. I have owned this car for over 25 years. It does have severe floor rust under the pedal area well into the engine compartment, as well as the trunk floor under the gas tank. This would be a very involved restoration project, or would be a great donor car for a standard 96.
It has a running standard 850 in it now and a good transmission.I do have a complete MC engine that goes with the car. ( It does turn over, but has not been started ). Car was originally red, has been painted several times. Pictures available.
- 1967 Saab 96 Monte Carlo (Posted 3/27/2015)
Color: Slate Grey Trans: Manual Mileage: 96,000 Price: $8500
I purchased this car 6 years ago in Portland. It had been totally rebuilt by a top notch Saab Mechanic in the Northwest: The head and block tanked & magnafluxed, new oil & water pump upgraded timing gears, Big Valve heads, lightened flywheel, and Porsche clutch. The transmission shifts without noise or flaw. Rubber down to the grill grommets has been replaced and the car is water tight and rust free. Rare two barrel manifold was installed with Weber 32/36 carb and sport performance headers and exhaust. Motor mounts were replaced and a Jack Ashcraft reinforced transmission mount was used. I have driven the car about 200 miles a year. It drives perfectly. The tires are have less than a few thousand miles on them and the car is currently registered in California. There are a few dings on the body but nothing major.
Contact: David Markun, Topanga CA
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- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 3/18/2015) SOLD
Color: Verona Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 58k+ Price: $2000
"El Aguacate!" (The Avocado!) is for sale! All new steel floor boards and rockers, reliable car. Weber carb. Battery. Upholstery. Soccer balls. Lots more and more pics.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 3/6/2015)
Color: grey Trans: Manual Mileage: 101,000 Price: $6,000
'67 2 stroke 96 with rare factory Webasto fabric sunroof. Bought new on euro delivery and imported to the US 2 years later, it was stashed in a barn for 6 years after the trans packed up.I've been the 2nd owner since 1978, and went though the car, keeping it as original as possible, with a fresh engine and trans, in 1987. Of all the Saabs I've owned, it's the one I swore I'd never sell, but I don't use it much anymore and it needs to go someone who'll care for and enjoy it. Runs and drives pretty well, but needs some TLC due to recent dormancy. There's some rust in the usual places but, by and large, it's still a fairly solid car!Comes with 30+ years of spares and NOS goodies, including a spare Saab crankshaft, NOS driver's door, new steering rack and spare sunroof panel. There's nothing that compares with a zinging 2 stroker with a wide open roof on a beautiful day! Pics available, soon!
Contact: Rick Comes, Branford CT
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- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 2/27/2015) SOLD
Color: Tan Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $8,900
1973 SAAB 96. Original paint and interior. Car spent up to 2005 in Oregon so no rust ever inside or out. Everything works and properly. Rebuilt engine and transmission. Rebuilt brakes. All master cylinders rebuilt. All wheel bearings repacked. New CV boots. New Swedish exhaust. Progressive Webber carburetor. New hoses and clamps. New tires. New shocks. New springs. New headliner. Car tools and manuals. Solid, not a rattle. New vintage - correct Mota Lita steering wheel. I have a 95 version (wagon) and a Sonett and have to cull the herd. I have owned this for 10 years. Please call or text.
- 1970 Saab 95 Wagon (Posted 1/22/2015) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 89,425 Price: $6500
Finally decided to sell my beloved wagon after buying a 1975 99. This 95 is in nice shape overall. The miles are true. I bought the car slightly damaged in the RF fender and hood. Repaired easily. Since then I have been driving it in the summertime. Replaced water pump, exhaust. Also removed engine to clean and install new seals, complete tune up etc. The car is an older restoration not done by me. Maybe 15-20 years old. The seats were restored with leather and is very very nice. The steering wheel is a wooden Nardi. Headliner excellent. Carpeting is hand cut and does compliment the interior. Exterior, the paint shines well, has a few blisters on the bottoms of the doors and a few along the roofline edges. undercarriage looks solid, it was undercoated by others. Car runs and drives well. Does not smoke. Has small oil leak at rear of intake manifold but not serious. Gearbox has usual noises and it shifts fine. Comes with vintage aluminum roof box. Windshield has a vertical crack nearly dead center. This is a wonderful car that gets tons of attention everywhere she goes or is parked.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 1/20/2015) SOLD
Color: Tan Trans: Manual Mileage: 62,709 Price: $3200
Was a daily driver. Owned for past 6 years. has a rebuilt 2 stroke oil injected engine with less then 50 miles by David Baugher, transmission was rebuilt by bud Clarke, GT exhaust with a XP sporty chamber, new clutch and pressure plate, new slave cylinder and clutch master, disk brakes on the front with new pads, wood grain steering wheel, reupholstered front and rear seats with new foam, 2 new tires on the passenger side, never ordered the other two for the drivers side, tires will need to be replaced soon on the drivers side, and all the Gauge's work. The body is far from perfect. It has some dents and flaws all over. Does have a nice shine. But could use a reprint. The car is originally from Sunnydale, CA. The floor pans are solid. They could use some cleaning as minor surface rust has started to show over the past few years. Nothing that some rust encapsulate won't fix. Front right fender has a good size ding covered by touch up paint. I will include a fender with the sale of the car. But overall, the car is very solid and very fun to drive.
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