Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 21:43:55 GMT
From: "Sean Pollitt" <>
Subject: Re: What define's an SPG???

In 1986 there was no difference in the car other than the shade of gray, side moldings and front and rear skirts, and the 3 spoke rims. They also had a front sway bar that was optional in the regular turbos of that year. In later years (90?-91) the cars got a "hotter" box (175hp vs160hp) , fender flares and lowered and stiffened suspension. They also got smaller turbo's that spun up a bit faster. IMHO they are really the best looking Saabs but the 9000 Aero's are far superior. Sean 93 9000 Aero 150K 86 900 SPG 154K 72 Sonett 34K BMRider <> wrote in message > Yes. > > The 'brain' is different, allowing increased boost(horsepower); the > suspension is lowered by appx. 1/2 inch; the wheels are different style and > width; and of course, the bodywork. > > fred > > dk <> wrote in message > news:izPR3.288$ > > I'm looking at a Saab 900 Turbo from 1986. it has the SPG bodywork. Is > > there nything else that makes an SPG a SPG? > > > > -- > >

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