Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2004 01:04:02 GMT
From: Retro Bob <uctraingnospamanet.com>
Subject: Re: when did Saab (aka GM) stop making NG900's? was is 2003?


On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 10:34:57 GMT, Bengt ÷sterdahl <bengt.osterdahlTA”–BORTnospama.com> wrote: >The most obvious change (in my opinion) was that the rear license plate was >relocated to a position between the rear lights. Before they were located >under the rear light panel. In my opinion the change really enhanced the >look of the car. The light bar across the back change the look significantly. I think the '95 & 96 had no center light, '97 & 98 had the light again, and '98.5 (9~3) lost it again. >> Eventually the 185HP motor went away. > >But it returned. At least in 2002 you could order the 9-3 (first >generation) with a 185 HP engine. > I don't think it did come back in the USA.... but now I have to go check. :-)

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