Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 2,917 Price: $4.500 OBO Rebuilt drivetrain. no longer the 1.5, upgraded to the 1.7, pulled from a ’73 to run better on unleaded gas. stock ring and pinion. Reliable driver. requires very little to be a very nice engine. leaks small amount of oil. could use valve cover gaskets. Has “Deluxe” upgraded interior with tach and factory switches for extra lights (fog or driving). Unfinished project. Rapidly appreciating as vintage race and rally cars. As is, where is. F.O.B Costa Mesa, CA.
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Contact: Alice Ng, Costa Mesa CA Email:Click Here Phone: NA
Color: Orange Trans: Manual Mileage: 11,167 Price: $33.919
eBay Auction: Click Here. In very good condition, very rare 1.7S Rally Limited Edition version, only 96 built. This sporty Saab is equipped with the well-known V4 engine. These sporty versions of the Saab 96 were delivered from the factory by Saab’s rally department. The previous owner has owned the car for more than 13 years and has maintained the car very well. The car has an extensive history, this history is available for inspection of course. Mileage is read from the odometer, can not be proven unless stated otherwise Our cars can be picked up from our New Jersey warehouse (Linden, NJ). Price for shipping a car from The Netherlands to our New Jersey warehouse is USD 1800. This price excludes 3% import duties and excludes shipping from NJ to your home address. Our staff in NJ can quote you home delivery. Buy your classic car safe and secure from the biggest classic car dealer in Europe. We have shipped thousands of classic cars from/to buyers and sellers in the USA and worldwide. All cars are priced in USD. You can pay to our US bank account, no exchange rate issues for you.
Contact: Er Classics, Waalwijk THE NETHERLANDS Email:Click Here Phone: +31 416 751 393
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 74,690 Price: $1200
This was running when parked in 2014, was my dad's car, he passed away. Fuel tank has been drained and battery removed, but car will start if you connect a battery and pour gas down the carburetor (has a Weber 34 ICH). Needs new battery. Fuel gauge doesn't work, doesn't have fuel sending unit, was pulled because sending unit was dead, fuel gauge and wiring condition unknown. Brakes iffy, needs master cylinder repair. Ignition key difficult to insert/remove, and to turn to start engine, probably a bad key cut (only have the one key for the car). Many photos of car (Click Here). Email me with any questions.
Contact: Onnie Granados, Portland OR Email:Click Here Phone: NA
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 89,430 Price: $8500
Rust Free! This was a SoCal car until I bought it a few years ago and shipped it to SW Florida. It has never seen winter, and has almost no corrosion. This car is a well sorted driver. I use it weekly. The paint is a 20+ year old respray, and is showing its age, but looks good from 20 feet. Seats have new leather upholstery. Everything works other than the horn and clock. Engine starts right up, and pulls well. The freewheeling transmission shifts smoothly. 4 brand new tires! I drive this car all over down here. It doesn't overheat, and has good manors in traffic. If you want a solid 96 to enjoy. There aren't many left in roadworthy condition from a dry climate. The dash is cracked from the sun and the windshield is getting foggy. Price includes a good windshield and gasket. We are moving and I have 3 other old SAABs. I don't have the time, space or energy to enjoy them all. Call me and I answer any questions and can text any pictures you may be interested in.
Contact: Aaron Govatos, Palm Harbor FL Email:Click Here Phone: 484-798-8926
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 80,000 Price: $3500
Restoration candidate I decided to SELL. No interest or time to finish. This model 1967 96 currently not running. New Gas and battery by the 16th March. It is a former Colorado car, has zero rust, never had accident or wreck ever, new red paint, better comfort yet vintage looking 1972 model 99 seats installed front and rear, Monte Carlo wooden steering wheel and soccer ball wheels and OK tires, just old. Drum brakes conversion to V/4 discs done, engine in car is old and has age noise, will run with battery and new gas to be installed March 9th. It has been driven readily in this configuration. Loosely called LD model as standard model 96 with tri carbs, and separate oil injection motor, Transmission was installed from Sonett for highway cruising speeds, 75 MPH = 4,000 RPM. Note 2nd gear has light bearing noise, driven 2,000 miles this way for 20 years, noise not increased, syncros are good. 55 Amp Bosch "correct look" from 1972 99 automatic installed. was grey, so are boot and bay. Rebuilding engine will cost ~ $2000 - $2,500 parts are readily available to do this. Transmissions, or second gear bearing fix are available too.
Color: Steel Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $5,000
Titled as a 1968 but I believe it was built in 1967. I pulled this Saab out of a barn in Slocumb, AL two years ago. The car did not run or drive at that time. Since purchasing I have: Rebuilt the Carbs. Cleaned/sealed the gas tank. Run new gas line from tank to engine. New Plugs. Wires. Distributor cap. Petronix electronic ignition. All new muffler and pipes. Replaced the transaxles. Rebuilt all brakes. Resleeved the brake master cylinder (Whitepost). Fires right up. The car runs and drives good. The freewheel does work. I had the car ceramic coating and the car presents very nicely. The car has been resprayed at some point in its life. It does have some dings, dents, and road rash. It does have some rust but the floors are solid. I do have some spare parts that I will include with the car. I am sure I am forgetting something so let me know if you have any questions. Thanks.
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage:Price: $3500
THIS SAAB IS A 2-STROKE. This car is a survivor stored since 1973 and very original. The car is complete but needs mechanical restoration. The 2-stroke engine turns but does not run and will need rebuild. The car is very solid and one has to look hard to find small rust hole in back rocker. Original rubber mats and great dash with all the seats nice except driver seat. The headliner is in super condition. The paint is 90% original and fine for a driver. Again stored since 1973 in Pennsylvania. The car has rebuilt water pump and reconditioned head included. One would have to hunt long and hard to find better restoration project 96. It won a most original award at the endless mountain vintage Saab jamboree. I have a title for the car.