Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 13:29:55 -0000
From: SkodaPilot <>
Subject: Re: New to Saab...Some questions

In article <rubduug6c0qi1orlb4j216bovuvj2q31ttnopsamcom>, por928 says... > I have a 1985 900 Turbo, with 257,800+miles on it. Had a new clutch > at about 150,000 mi. New alternator at 250,000 mi and a new > thermoswitch in the cooling system between those. All else is > original except for the usual tires, belts, hoses, etc. I'm still on > the second set of spark plugs. Still gets 30 miles to the gallon > around town. It's a dialy driver. I do frequent oil changes. At the > moment, I think I have a rt. front wheel bearing going bad, but all > things considered, it is a jewell of a car. > Dave Nicholson > Dave, how do you drive it? Sedatley, or with "Spirit"? Hows the gearbox holding out, and do you have any trouble with the handbrake/brake calipers sticking/seizing? I've been advised to get an 88/89 onwards (because of the handbrake change), but if a good earlier car came up then a post '84 because of unleaded only in the pumps scenario. I fancy a car with some real go now. -- Carl Robson

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