Site News - 9/23 Horn Button Rebuild 900/9000 | 9/21 Abandoned Saab Dealership
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 2004 23:05:51 +0100
From: "Mike P" <privacynospamacy.net>
Subject: Re: 9000 Saloons


"Doki" <dokinospamtroNspidar.com> wrote in message news:2s3aflF1ectqoU1nospamberlin.de... > > > Mike P wrote: > > "Doki" <dokinospamtroNspidar.com> wrote in message > > news:2rtoesF1eo7ivU1nospamberlin.de... > >> > >> > >> Doki wrote: > >>> Do the rear seats fold? > >> > >> And what about the ones in C900 saloons? > >> > > > > Yes, and the parcel shelf comes out too :-) You end up with a > > massive, but strange > > shaped boot. > > > > Looking for one? selling mine and going back to bikes for a while.. > > Price / pictures / location? Price needs to be cheap :P. Pics.. www.sfy1.com/mike Door cards are now black/grey as is the lower dash. The rust on the arches in the pics, on the fuel cap and the front edge of the o/s/r door has been cut out, treated filled (Yes, filled, it wasn't worth welding new metal in a car this cheap!)and sprayed.I was going to replace the carpet as it's tatty, and either replace the seats or get a set of decent black covers for them. Just had another baby though, so need to save a bit of money! Drives well now I've given it a decent servicing, it's got 11 months MOT and 4 1/2 months tax on it. For the MOT it needed a new tyre, a brake caliper replacing and the washers sorting out. The last owner fitted a recon gearbox and turbo. The gearchange is very good, better than my other 900s. No noise, whining or jumping out of gear whatsoever. I've modified the APC unit to allow you to turn the boost up a little higher. www.nospam has a much better explanation of how the APC system works to control the boost than I ever could! It's a bit scruffy, but it's comfy and it'll give you 10 months of fun before the MOT runs out. is 325 too expensive?.. it's in Marlow, Bucks.. I can take more pics tomorrow when it's light if you're interested. Mike

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