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Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 14:07:43 +0200
From: RCS <e9225126nopsam1.tuwien.ac.at>
Subject: Re: '98 900  VERT TO 93/94 TURBO CONVERTIBLE, WILL I REGRET?


I have a 1993 900turbo conv. and I agree for 100%. You have to face the very noisy engine of the old 900 turbo. The difference in power should not be the point, cause there¥s no problem to "adjust" it to at least 200+bhp/280Nm. The road holding is amazing but very very hard! It¥s no fun to drive it over highways for more than 1 hour! (Anyway! Kick out the GM-stuff and go for the last real SAAB!!! You always can drive an GM/Astra type convertible but the classical 900s are really exotic and rare! I¥m sure you¥ll love it!) - I didn¥t really say that!!! Drive the car for a longer distance and decide, if you still like it! Scott Sognefest wrote: > Hard to say. I have a 94 900S Convertible and I really like it. As you > say, the look is unique. However, the car you have today is a much tighter > ride with a larger engine. I recently drove a friends 2000 900 Convertible > and the difference was pretty significant. If you want the looks, the 93/94 > can't be beat. If you really like the ride then I'd make sure I drove a > 93/4 before purchasing one. > > > > "Faith3175" <faith3175nopsamcom> wrote in message > news:20010409215350.02207.00001098nopsams1.aol.com... > >> Friends, I have owned a '95 coupe and a '98 convertible, and am at a point >> where I can have more of a toy car. I have always admired the looks of > > the > >> classic 900s and look forward to the multitude of aftermarket parts > > available. > >> Will I be happy? I would like to swap my '98 for a '93/4 turbo > > convertible and > >> add some saabperformance goodies. Will I miss the newer car? >> >> Thanks, >> F

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