Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 05:38:38 +0100
From: Pooh Bear <rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com>
Subject: Re: In What Year?..............


Craig's Saab C900 Site wrote: > Malt_Hound <Malt_Houndnospamm*yahoo.com> writes: > > >I think your timeline is a little bit off, Paul. The 9000 facelift did > >happen in '93, but my '92 9000T already had ABS, SRS, DI, ACC, so that > >was not when these changes took place. I think these changes were > >already in the Trollhattan pipeline before GM got financially (and > >otherwise) involved. > > That's why a lot of people (including myself) regard the pre-1993 9000's as > 'classic' 9000's (ie. C9000's), much like the pre-1994 900's (except for the > commemerative 1994 convertible) as 'classic' 900's (ie. C900's). With the > 9000's it's more of an 'administrative' division, unlike the C900's and > NG900's which are clearly completely different cars from the ground up. But seriously ? Do you actually think that a '97 9000 is inferior to a '93 9000 ? - aside from having no 'glove box' in preference to a passenger airbag ? When I get my finances back on track I'm intending to get the best '97 - maybe '98 9000 I can lay my hands on. Ideally Aero but Anniversary 2.3 fpt might do ! I gather that a few were even registered in '98. Garham

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