Date: 9 Mar 2006 16:40:34 -0800
From: commercial_dnospamail.com
Subject: Considering a '90 900T


The subject heading says it all: tomorrow I'm looking at a '90 900 Turbo, Edwardian Grey. It's in Winnipeg, Manitoba, but it has a US speedometer. No rust, apparently, and the asking price is C$3900 (US$3360). Seems a tad steep, given that the Kelly Blue Book retail resale value is under US$3200, assuming excellent condition. It has leather, moon roof, and some other goodies: power doors & locks, power mirrors, cruise, etc. Unfortunately, it's got an automatic transmission-cause for worry? Anyway, what are some key things I should look for to determine its condition? I believe it hasn't been driven in some weeks, if not months, and it's been stored outside in the winter. Can anyone help with a checklist of things that are prone to failure or tend to need replacing? What would be a fair price to offer? There aren't many Saabs for sale here, and I'm determined to have one, but I don't want to get ripped off or buy into a headache.

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