Date: Wed, 08 Dec 1999 14:15:17 -0500
From: Tom - Chicago <to.bnopsamdnet.att.net>
Subject: Re: Classic 900 SPG OR Commemorative Edition


I have the '88 SPG and they do look a little different from the same year Turbo with the SPG wheels. 1. The badging is different (the SPG only has the Saab Emblem in the back - does not say 900 Turbo) 2. The ground effects between the wheels are different - it curves down as it approaches each wheel. By the way, what did the SPG sell for?? Tom - Chicago Elanchelvan Elango wrote: > Folks, > > I'm on the lookout to buy a 1989 to 1993 SPG or a Commemorative Edition, > Classic Saab 900. I did some research on the Saabnet and Turbo pages but > still have some doubts as to which is better, the SPGs or the > Commemorative Editions. > > Also, I did see some advertisements for 1994 Commemorative Editions. I > was under the impression that the 1993 was the last year for the 900 > Classic model and 1991 was the last year for SPGs. > > I lost out on a Auction bid for a 1991 900 Turbo, Black, 5speed, with > power sunroof and special 3spoke alloy wheels. It sure seems like a SPG > and I'm still cursing myself for not bidding high enough. Is there any > visual clue or VIN # hint that can identify a SPG or Commemorative > Edition?

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