Color: Yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: 106,000 Price: $2500
3rd Owner. Car is number 2456 -- very near the end of production. Car is complete. Known problems: Clutch Master and/or slave cylinder dead. Left rear brake slave stuck/dead. Carb needs to be adjusted. Small hole in exhaust/header. Exterior - good - lights open/close; 5 soccer ball wheels, in great shape and excellent correct tires. Interior - fair - all parts intact; could use new carpet. Engine - good - total rebuild at 70K(?); electric fuel pump; Weber carb recently rebuilt. No Rust and appears to have never had any rust repairs. Sale must be local or buyer to pay transport charges.
Contact: Bob Mcculloch, Lilburn GA Email:Click Here Phone: 404-402-6008
Color: Yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: 90,630 Price: $6000 OBO
OBO!!! Nice restoration project, has 90,630 miles believed to be original. I am selling it because I don't have the time right now. Just put on new cv boots as well as a tune up. Runs well. Minimal wear on the interior. Have quite an extensive list of everything that has been done. Needs some fiberglass body work but all very minor. Was my daily driver during summer months for a while. I am also selling an original new front and rear glass windshield with the car. Tires were special ordered from Coker and have less than 5,000 miles on them. Feel free to contact me for more pictures or if you have any questions.
Contact: Erica Buning, Ypsilanti MI Email:Click Here Phone: 810-399-5084
Color: Orange Trans: Manual Mileage: 24,518 Price: $2,500
Saab Sonnet III, Model 97. Please View the eBay Auction Listing (click link at bottom of ad) to see more photos and place a bid. According to body plate on the door frame, it was built in August of 1971. This car has been privately owned for twenty years. It does not have a title, but a bill of sale will be provided. The car has been parked for about twenty years and has been stored outside for some time. The engine was running well when it was parked. It would make a good restoration project for an enthusiast. I had once planned to restore it myself, but find that I don't have the time to put into it. Engine: Black V4 1.7 Litre. Transmission: 4-Speed (good condition). Body: Fiberglass, no cracks. Solid floor pan except for rusted out corners in boot area (typical Sonett rust areas). All glass is perfect, including mirrors. Body Serial #: 97725000392. Exhaust System: Intact. Torn CV boot on the driver's side. Interior: Rough, in need of restoration. Odometer reads 24,518. No key for ignition or gas cap. Extra parts: One Sonett-style air cleaner. Feel free to ask questions. I can provide more photos by request. eBay Auction:
Contact: Mary Baker, Tijeras NM Email:Click Here Phone: NA
Color: Orange Trans: Manual Mileage:Price: $1250
Recently acquired 1974 Sonett that has been taken apart for restoration then abandoned. I think it has been sitting for awhile. The floors have rust. There is a Ashcraft trunk floor pan kit, still in the box, that's included. The body is not bolted on. It does have a couple of bad places in the fiberglass. The drivetrain is still in it. I don't know the condition of the motor or transmission. A lot of the small parts are in boxes. I assume it to be all there but no guarantees. The glass all looks good. The moldings are here but probably no good. The upholstery is there but pretty well used. There are 5 soccer ball wheels. 1 is missing a center cap. I do have a title. There's a Saab book and service manual included. I don't know anything about these things but will always try to answer any questions. Just shoot me an email. More photos available in classified gallery:
Contact: Eddie Satterfield, Central SC Email:Click Here Phone: 864-508-0175
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage:Price: $7,900
Very nice 1970 Sonett #292. It has had many mechanical updates over the years including rebuilt tranny, heads, brakes, balance shaft bearing. Etc. It has a Weber carb plus electronic ignition. The special feature is the rare George Celedinas roller rockers are installed. The repaint is old but still very nice. The driving lights were replaced with Hellas. Only rust found is tiny quarter size in floor. The car had been in California I was told until mid nineties when a Saab mechanic bought it after being driven to NY. Interior is very good along with tires. The headliner was redone in original cloth. the car has a Nardi wooden wheel and performance shocks. After researching this special Sonett, it was learned that this #292 was one of 7 1970 Sonetts distributed to dealers to use for Sonett promotion. This Sonett was assigned to a dealer in New York City area and the gentlemen who was the Saab representative actually bought the car in nineties since he had driven it back in 1970. The shifter was replaced with Ashcraft unit to keep in 3/4 bank to prevent going in reverse. It runs and drives nice and the MSS exhaust sounds great. Looking for offers and have it go to good home. The picture shows it last month at the Vintage Saab Jamboree in Pennsylvania.