Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 23:30:36 +0100 From: "Charles C." <c.k.christacopoulos_removeme_nospamee.ac.uk> Subject: Re: 93 Convertible buying advice
Paul Hutchings wrote: > In article <4341a4c4$0$25464$db0fefd9nospam.zen.co.uk>, > "Charles C." <c.k.christacopoulos_removeme_nospamee.ac.uk> wrote: > =20 >=20 >>I am not sure how you work out the =A37.6K. I thought the dealer who h= ad=20 >>the car you were looking at had it at =A38.5K >=20 >=20 > It's screen price is =A38.5k but the dealer (spoke to the owner) has 8 = > convertibles that he doesn't want sat around all winter, so he is=20 > willing to "do whatever he can to sell cars", he'd be willing to drop=20 > approx =A3800 off that price so =A37.7k not =A37.6k (never was good at = maths). > =20 >=20 > Whilst looking through the service history and old MOT certs etc. I=20 > think I saw the part-ex invoice for when they took the car in, and I'm = > sure the figure I saw was =A36.4k. >=20 >=20 >>btw. You are not saying if the car you are looking at is a turbo=20 >>(probably not). Here is what I can get out of saab's website. Not sur= e=20 >>yours at 8.5 is a good price. >=20 >=20 > 2.0l lpt. 1999 on a T plate, 87k on the clock. >=20 > Anyone out there have a Glasses/CAP? :-) OK OK I missed the lpt :-D Aye, the glass is nearly empty ... the=20 bottle too. Now you need to find out if a 9-3 cabrio. is worth having? Regards Charles PS. I have a 9K and when I bought it I spend 12 months looking for a=20 cheap SAAB (circa =A31K) I ended up buying an 18 month old car. I hope=20 you find yours faster and cheaper than I found mine. --=20 Please remove _removeme_ to reply.