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Thinking of a 2004 9-5
Posted by Warren [Email] (more from Warren) on Mon, 18 May 2020 06:18:25
I used to have a 2002 SAAB 9-5 and loved every minute of ownership. It had the V6 HK stereo and was just sublime to own and drive.
At that time, I was given a company car, so having limited space, the SAAB had to go.
Fast forward many many years, I have the itch. I have to say out of all the cars I owned that was top 3, and I have owned some nice cars from BMW M3's to Porsche 911, to Jags. But there was something just so complete about the SAAB.
My question is about sourcing parts. In owning an orphan brand, how is sourcing parts? I have done a little searching and it seems like I can find stuff. But don't know how you all are making out at this point. I saw a nice 2004 Aero, but it doesn't have to bee an Aero. I loved the V6 asymmetrical turbo engine as well.
I just don't see anything modern that gives me that feeling for less than $50K.
Any help would be great. Thanks
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