Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 17:40:45 -0400
From: "The Man" <>
Subject: Re: 88 900 Turbo

$3499 depending on the car could be high or low or just right. If YOU think it's worth it it is. I paid less then that for mine though (but I ripped the kid off I know) william hall wrote in message <7j65sd$e3s$>... >Thanks for the advice and congratulations on your new 97. I will be looking >at it today, the present owner is bringing it by my office. Either this guy >is very nice or he is looking to get rid of it quickly. He is asking $3499 >which isn't out of line provided the car is in good shape, huh? > >Thanks to all who have responded. >William > >>There are lots of things to pay attention to. Price, for one. How's >>it start and run? Make sure it's not already warm when you go to look >>at it. How's it feel on the road? Steering nice and tight? Shifts >>smooth? Goes into reverse easily? How's the interior? All the >>lights and stereo and everything work good? How's the body? >> >>I just bought a Saab, I had a checklist with me when I went to look at >>them. 88 900T would be a nice car and miles aren't scary, I just got >>rid of an 86 900t with 222,222 miles. Traded it on a 97 Aero with 22k >>miles (lucky me). Had the 86 for over 9 years... loved it. > > >

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