Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 13:44:47 +0100
From: MeatballTurbo <carl.robsonnopsamcing-czechs.com>
Subject: Re: where to find new headlight unit '84 99GL?


In article <6gr3hv8slj7dp33grbs8t2bhjdt62rft0inopsamcom>, gerrynopsamhoacoustics.demon.co.uk says... > jb > > thanks for the info, i'll give the saab sanctuary a call. I don't know > if a unit for a viva would be any more likely to be stocked at a > regular motor factor's though. On the other hand, maybe it would, > being a vauxhall part. > > thanks for taking the time to reply in any case. > > gerry > > > On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 21:04:24 +0100, "jb" <jbnopsamcom> wrote: > > >Viva's had similar lamps. pretty standard rectangular lamp at one time.. > > > >You could try the Saab Sanctuary, they specialise in parts for the older > >models > > > >01732 844403. > > > > > > > > > >"gerald moore" <gerrynopsamhoacoustics.demon.co.uk> wrote in message > >news:8jimgvsdaovb1piul5lqe5cm2rl87uusulnopsamcom... > >> 'lo all > >> > >> first post here after picking up a fairly tidy 1984 99GL for all of > >> 100 (UKP). The car is in reasonable shape, though it needs a few bits > >> and pieces to pass an MOT test. On first inspection I noticed one of > >> the headlight lenses is cracked; does anyone know who would stock a > >> new unit? Are there any other headlamp units from other cars which > >> would fit? Any recommendations for suppliers of 99 parts would be much > >> appreciated. > >> > >> Also, a bit of a long shot here, but does anyone know of any garages > >> which specialise in the repair of older Saabs in the Glasgow or > >> Lanarkshire areas of Scotland? I aim to do as much as I can myself in > >> the upkeep of the car but a Saab specialist to fall back on would be > >> handy. > >> > >> Thanks in advance > >> > >> Gerry Winwick Motors (breakers yard) in Warrington had a Saab 90 in. Both lights were intact on front and back I think, just a couple of windows broken. I think you can get their contact details from Google, if they are close enough to get to. Aren't 90 lights the same as a 99? -- The poster formerly known as Skodapilot. http://www.bouncing-czechs.com

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