Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2001 21:33:58 -0400
From: "thompson" <>
Subject: Re: possible to sell '87 Saab with mucho mileage?

> I have an '87 Saab 900 Turbo that I have been advised to get rid of. My > mechanic just doesn't want to work on it anymore. That's because he's a loser and doesn't know saabs >I used to be able to take > it to a guy who worked on it on the side but he is no longer available. The > car has 236,000 miles just breaking in. still got plenty of life left in it if it has been maintained. >on it but is running fine at the moment. All my > mechanic would do was put new brake pads on front and back but it needs work > on the steering (tie rod ends). not that difficult. And why did he make you waste yuor money on the brakes if the tie rods are gone? pretty shady if you ask me. >The car is black - the body is in ok shape > but starting to rust. I have a damaged front drivers' side fender but have > a new one in a box that I never had put on. > > The car has power windows and sunroof, they all work. Wipers, radio, tape > deck, (with a cool equalizer), lights, heat, etc. work. A/C doesn't work > and I never bothered to get it fixed. > > I live in the Albany, NY area and was wondering if anyone had any advice. I > would like to get something for the car so that I can put it towards another > one but have no idea what to ask. If I had a place to store it or someone > to work on it I would keep it but I don't have either. shame i don't live closer - i'd buy it - how much? > > Thanks, > > Carole > >

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