Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 22:36:17 -0400
From: KeithG <>
Subject: Re: 9000 vs. 900

go to the 9k is a COMPLETELY different animal. The 91NA is not as much of a maintenance nightmare, but definitely more so than a C900. The >89 models are a bit more simple, but you'll probably have to do a heater core in one regardless! Heater core? Oh yes, this is the part that they build the rest of the car around. THey leak causing coolant smell in the cabin. BIG JOB. Where are you located? I have a '92 C900T 5 sd for sale. Quasi's site covers the 'what to look for'. I just got a '95 9kCS and am very impressed with the car, I just wish it had been 'sorted' at least a little bit before I got it. KeithG sjk wrote: > Some of you may have seen my post about loosing my > beloved '91 900S to a reckless cab driver. So I have > been looking for a replacement, and came across a '91 > 9000S. Are there any strong opinions on the differences > between these two cars -- things I liked about the 900: > 1) Pretty easy to work on (I swapped a radiator in 2 hrs.) > 2) Kinda quirky style - the 9000 seems a bit more polished > 3) Height -- I'm 6'1" and never felt cramped > > Is there anything I should pay close attention to when > looking over the car -- different from a 900? > > Thanks -- sjk > >

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