Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2005 23:10:53 -0000
From: NeedforSwede2 <>
Subject: Re: FS: Made a mistake. 1992 T16S convertible UK.

In article <>, says... > >I know of a couple of people who have traded out late 9Ks for C900 >convertibles. > >When you don't have a garage or somewhere to get the car off the road, any >old(er) car needing TLC can be a handful. I'm reading between the lines a >little, but I think that's where Carl is with this car. No time and/or space >to deal with it. If he had space, it would be full of old car and he'd have >another daily driver. It is as he describes - a good project car, most of >the way "there" and in need of finishing and cherishing. It would make an excellent daily driver with some TLC. And yes it has to be a daily driver. Given the time space and facilities I would definatley keep it, and have it as part of the "museum". Not some mouldy old showroom, but somewhere where I had a full collection of working cars that had to earn their keep. >The right person will come along Carl, I'm sure of that. The price at just >over 2K is not at all bad for a C900 convertible already with leather and >bodykit, but do be aware that they shift of eBay for less. Is it not a >possibility that a nearby SAAB specialist would take it as part-exchange for >a late 9K? My mate got an almost pristine 2.3 Anni for just short of 3K >recently. TBH, it could do with new front skins for the seat backs, or a panel replacing, at least on the drivers side. I did consider maybe a part ex, but the problem with trade is they want some cash. Other enthusiasts are willing sometimes for a straight swap. I that means they take on the work, but if they are a welder or sprayer who wants a 900 and is bored with their 9k or GM900, such things happen. >Shame - perhaps later, when you have the facilities to deal with "the >dream", it'll be worthwhile. I keep putting off the Citroen CX and the >Triumph Spitfire for the same reasons ... and found two C900s to be more >than I could cope with and (kicks self again!!!) let the flat nose go :( > I know what you mean, for me, a proper idoit killer SWB aircooled 911 from the 80's is on the wish list, along with a Rover P6V8 and a proper Ur-quattro, probably end up at some point with a 924 or a 944 to quench Porsche needs temporarily. -- Carl Robson Car PC Build starts again. Homepage:

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