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Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 21:58:42 GMT
From: "F Wills" <>
Subject: Re: Differences between an 9000 2.3 Turbo and 900 Aero

"Goran Larsson" <hohnopsamlid.invalid> wrote in message > In article <MriG7.6750$>, > Harry Davis <> wrote: > > > I don't think the 900 Aero was imported to the US. The only place I have > > ever heard of them is in Europe. > > They were imported, but for some reason the US market didn't use the Aero > name. Instead the Aero received the rather silly name 900 SPG (Special > Performance Group). > > The statement was that there were no such thing as an 900 Aero. The truth > is that this newsgroup isn't limited to the US the 900 Aero does exist. > > -- > G–ran Larsson Senior Systems Analyst hoh AT approve DOT se Yes, sorry. Those cars are known as SPG's here and I have never heard of them being called Aero. At least with the 9000's there is a badge on the rear that helps me recognize them <g> But I don't think the SPG (900 Aero?) made that much horsepower. I think it was only around 185 also but I could be wrong...

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