Color: Silver Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $1800
The bad: Car has been parked for ten years, has noticeable rust is several places. I'm not sure it will roll without some help. Probably salvageable or just for the collection of parts. The good: Original motor and 4sp transmission are still in the car, I added a Crane Fireball optical ignition, PS91 coil and some fat wires. There's a 16v 2.0l long block and 5sp in the front seat. It has a SAAB trailer hitch. I think it once had AC. Comes with a set of Soccer ball wheels(4), has 17x7 Konigs on it currently. There's a full set of Brembo rotors and a Sachs clutch kit, also rusty, but serviceable, I think. Brake pads, hardware, bushings, flywheel, and more. Too much to list. I love this little car, but time and energy have eluded me. I'd hate to see it go to scrap. If you are ambitious, have an unnatural love of quirky cars and a fistful of money, then this is the project for you. I'd love to see it find a good home. I have lots of pics and will happily answer any questions. Thanks for looking.
Contact: Scott Phillips, North Myrtle Beach SC Email:Click Here Phone: 843 597-7895
Color: Anthracite Grey Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $6,800
1978 SAAB EMS 3 door. Only year EMS was a 3 door. Unknown mileage. Originally titled in GA. Repainted in mid 80s. Minimal rust. Runs great. Manufactured in August of 1977(first week of production for model year 1978), car #3,415. Gearbox #000168 chain primary. I have owned it for about 10 years. It’s a wonderful car, my fav SAAB I have owned. 100% Rebuilt head, everything works. Rebuilt original quick ratio steering rack. Reconditioned gas tank. Completely new exhaust front to back. New ball joints, tie rod ends, control arms and bushings. Water pump was replaced. Lots of new parts installed(all 99 parts, no 900 substitutions). Genuine SAAB plastic rear window louvre, It also comes with a very large amount of NOS and used parts including a 4 speed gearbox in good condition w an engine from a 1978 GL, multiple service manuals, new engine gaskets, spare soccer ball wheels(3), almost any part on this car...windshield, 2 doors, side glass, bumpers, NOS windshield trim, fuel distributors, spare head, timing chains, new primary chains, new water pump and new water pump press tool w sleeves, axles, tripods, interior panels, light clusters, gauge clusters, clear fuel lines, wiring harnesses, fuse boxes, electrical everything, you name it-in some cases multiples. Also have NOS never installed header pipe from MSS in New York. You may need a trailer for the parts alone. I simply don’t have time to finish restoring this car, so I’m sending it on down the line for another SAAB enthusiast. More pictures available on request. Serious inquires only, thank you.
Contact: Nick Stanecki, Amherst WI Email:Click Here Phone: 608-695-7428
Color: Pearl White Trans: Manual Mileage: 36,000 Price: $11,000
This is a Barn Find. The previous owner had it for 38 years. He was Saab Mechanic. I put new tires on it and injectors cleaned and new wheel bearings. I purchased it last summer. I drive it weekly. This looks like prototype in Cologne auto show 1977. Brand new interior. I am about to have the heads redone and will be charging $2000 more when done unless someone wants to buy it now. Odometer has been at 36,000 since purchased. I have probably driven 2000 miles since last summer. Priced to sell.
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Color: Gray Trans: Manual Mileage: 189,600 Price: $1500
Up for sale is my original unrestored late 1970 Saab 99E with the 1.7 triumph engine and 4 speed freewheeling transmission. Was pulled out of a pole barn in October 2019 and had been sitting since 1993. The man I bought it from was the second owner and had owned it since 1976. Car has Bosch D-jetronic fuel injection and needs some help. The car idles rough and has a low end torque issue, is semi derivable. The car had had the gas tank cleaned out and new fuel line installed. The car has all new brake calipers, pads, and lines. Don't have the skills or financial resources to put this car back on the road fully, but would like to see it restored. The exterior has the original paint which has surface rust all over, and rusted through in three places. The floor pan and frame are solid. The interior is the original heavily worn cloth with plaid JC Whitney seat covers. Car is located in north east Ohio and has a current temporary registration and has been driven on the road, car also has new alternator belt. Telephone number is a google voice.
Color: Black Cherry Trans: Manual Mileage:Price: $2000
99 turbo body, with 16v motor mated to original 4spd. Spare motor and 5spd included. This is a very nearly rust free body (beginning surface rust around wheels) with an older repaint on it. Airdam is aftermarket if I recall correctly. Started conversion to Megasquirt programmable injection system, got it running although not well, and I haven't had time to do anything with it for a couple of years. It starts but idles very high - you will need to spend some time tuning, or could convert back to LH system (I have all the stuff I took out). Car would need to be trailered home. Motor was rebuilt before I got the car, has probably less than 12K miles on the rebuild, although one of the seals does leak (surprise). In the last few years, new rebuilt starter and alternator. Car also has the rare center console with 3 DIN slots. Wiring for Megasquirt system needs to be cleaned up in passenger side footwell. Would love for the car to go to someone who can finish tuning it and drive it rather than use for parts.