Date: 09 Aug 2002 09:30:37 -0400
From: Viktor Haag <vhaagnopsamnet>
Subject: Re: Toronto - Help needed for buying first (used) 2000 Saab


Bob <uctraingDESPAMnopsamanet.com> writes: > On Thu, 08 Aug 2002 11:30:46 GMT, <milanihnopsamrs.com> wrote: > > > >as somedo not care if they jump the curve or not . - also it > >may require wheel alignment ( for saab this is not cheap) > > The alignments are not much more than any other car. However, > replacing wheels with factory wheels *is* expensive. If you're looking for a reliable, inexpensive, private garage to service your Saab, I once used Pro Tune Auto Service in the west end, on 39 Hirons, back when I owned my Saab 99. They were hooked well in with a used parts network, and knew what they were doing (or at least, certainly *seemed* to know what they were doing). I don't know whether they still service Saab's or whether they're kitted out to handle the newer models. -- Viktor Haag : Software & Information Design : Research In Motion +--+ "Death Grumpiness: like puberty, but instead of acne, you die."

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