Sold Saab 92, 93, 95, 96 Classifiedss
Cars sold before 1/1/07 have been removed.
- 1958 Saab 93B (Posted 5/6/2020) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 0 Price: $7200
Very rare car that spent most of its life in the Northwest. It has 4spd tranny and 850 engine that had been rebuilt by previous owner. The car has several new parts such as water pump, fuel pump, carb but still needs finishing to be daily driver. The body is very solid and floors has surface rust. This is a very early 1958. Contact me for more details.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 4/25/2020) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 92,000 Price: $5000 Or Best Offer
2-Stroke, has triple carbs and high comp. heads. MC Wooden steering wheel, electric fuel pump and sport exhaust. Engine rebuilt 20K ago. Transmission replaced 2k ago. Sale includes good parts car. Both titles clear.
- 1967 Saab 95 V4 (Posted 4/17/2020) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: NA Price: $7,000
I'm helping a friend of mine thin his SAAB collection. He has two 95s, this is a 1967 V4 model, equipped with a weber carb. Nice solid condition. The car is located at his vacation home in Far West Texas and hasn't been used much in the last year. No rust, nice runner. Might need a tuneup from sitting.
- 1965 Saab 96 Monte Carlo 850 (Posted 3/20/2020) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $5800
Perfect car for patina build or great candidate for full restoration. I bought this car several years ago from the west coast and it is incredibly rust free for a 45 year old car! Does not have the correct Monte engine. Has shrike engine that does turn over. Car has not run in years. Car has title. See detailed pictures.
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- 1971 Saab Model 95 Wagon (Posted 11/7/2019) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 80,300 Price: $5,500 OBO
80,300 miles (to the best of my knowledge ). Solid California car. V-4 engine. Quiet, rebuilt transmission by Bud Clark. Working freewheel. Car has 175/65 General tires on Sonett soccerball wheels. Rear shocks have been converted to SAAB 96 Bilstiens and front shocks are Koni adjustables. Car rides and handles like a 96. Starter, alternator have been rebuilt. 34 ICH Weber carburetor, Pertronics ignition and all ignition components replaced. New clutch, pressure plate and throw out bearing recently installed. Flywheel was resurfaced prior to installation.
- 1966 Saab 96 Monte Carlo 850 (Posted 11/5/2019) SOLD
Color: Yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $4,400
This car was last registered in 1975 and has been off the road since. Car needs complete restoration. Floors need replaced. Engine is out and apart for probably that many years. See photos for details.
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- 1972 Saab 96 (Posted 10/8/2019) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 92,000 Price: $3000
V-4, 4 on the tree. Runs and drives well. 5 Tires appear almost new. 5 good wheels. Hood latch cable is non functional (hood can be opened). Ignition key/lock is sticky it takes minutes of wiggling to get it to turn from the 'lock' position. Scratch through paint 4" long on the trunk - no rust. The right rear taillight lens is cracked but intact. Upholstry/headline are in good shape. One seam on the seat is coming un-sewed. Gauges work. It's parking place (of 5 years) shows no drips spots or stains. Battery is less than a year old.
- 1972 Saab 95 V4 (Posted 8/30/2019) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 77,700 Price: $3900
V4 with the FoMoCo 1BBL carb, 4spd transmission. Runs and drives. Lots of new parts. Clutch needs to be replaced soon (downshifts having issues). I still drive it once a week to work. Paint and interior need to be redone, but complete and original. jumper seat has kid seatbelts installed, trailer hitch with 4flat wires. Pans and frame are solid and in good shape. Glass is in great shape besides one rock chip on windshield. Everything works besides clock. Freewheel was disengaged. a couple boxes of spare parts and original manuals as well. Great restoration candidate!
- 1970 Saab 95 Wagon (Posted 8/27/2019) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 25,144 Price: $9500
I purchased this car on eBay in 1999 from a seller in San Diego, California. The previous owner described it as having a rebuilt engine and transmission with 9K miles, new exhaust, rebuilt front end including CV joints, bearings and bushings. Freewheel is locked out. I have stacks of receipts for repairs under prior ownership back to 1987 but unfortunately the carbon paper has faded so most cannot be read. I did read these receipts when I bought the car and recall the words supporting all of the representations. In my 20 years of ownership I have never had any problems or issues with the parts described as rebuilt. The car has never let me down or failed to start. During my ownership the car received a quality repaint in 2000 and the finish has held up extremely well. I had soccer ball wheels installed and front seats rebuilt and covered. Front and rear window seals replaced at time of repaint as well as any other seals I could get. Car has always been garaged in my ownership. I haven’t been the best with keeping records for the maintenance but kept the car on the road from 1999 through 2016 with annual inspections and repairs needed though it really never needed much. I know I had a radiator, brake master and pertronix ignition done over the years but do not have records. I took the car out of storage this spring 2019 and revived it. The fuel system was drained and cleaned. The 2019 visit to the shop included many odds and ends but it also had the oil changed, brake system flushed, new tires and battery replaced. I have many cars and this does not get driven. I would be surprised if I have driven it 5000 miles in my 20 years of ownership. This is a great little car that is very presentable, drives well and has been extremely dependable. This car gets everyone’s attention and brings smiles to faces. I had intended on restoring the engine compartment and interior to bring the car to a higher level but never got to it. Rather than do that now and shoot for a higher price I leave that up to a new owner. See more photos in my Saabnet.com Member Gallery: Click Here.
- 1971 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 9/18/2019) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 78,000 Price: $3,000
All original car with NO rust. After sitting for several months the clutch will not release. Clutch hydraulics work so it is the disc stuck to the fly wheel. Easy fix for someone with the tools and space to work. That being disclosed this is an exceptional example of a classic car. Most of them came from the North East and rusted out. This one spent most of its life in Florida. Car has original, paint, motor and transmission, interior, floor mats, tool kit, and plastic air deflectors in upper rear of windows. The motor runs great. The Webber carb sits too high for the stock air cleaner but I have it and a rebuilt Auto craft carb to go with car. Transmission shifts smoothly. I drove it to several local car shows before the clutch issue. Would like for it to go to someone that wants to preserve a true classic. Car is located in Upstate South Carolina near Clemson.
- 1967 Saab 95 V4 (Posted 9/14/2019) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 25,893 Price: $6900
When I purchased the car in 2010 from the original owners, they told me it had spent most of its life in dry, southern Utah. The rot-free undercarriage proves it. The paint has minor surface rust, but has no rot. The body is straight, with typical dings and dents appropriate to its age. The car has been reupholstered, but not to original specs. The front windshield has a vertical crack from top to bottom on the passenger’s side. I have a replacement windshield that I will include. The passenger side mirror and reverse light are missing, but all other chrome bits are there. Major work I've done: Front brakes – replaced rotors and pads; Rear brakes – replaced pads; Brake Master Cylinder – rebuilt; Front A arm bushings – replaced; Ball Joints – replaced; Motor/Valves – resurfaced heads and installed hardened valve seats; Water pump – replaced; Battery – replaced (2 years old); Radiator – cleaned and repaired; Fuel Pump – replaced (Mechanical); Alternator – rebuilt; Muffler – replaced rear; Carburetor – rebuilt (Solex); Wheels – powder coated black; Tires – new Firestone (155 R 15). Parts included: Windshield; 2 front seats from a 1968 96 donor car (I was planning to have these redone with the correct upholstery). See more photos in my Saabnet.com Member Gallery: Click Here.
- 1970 Saab 96 (Posted 7/27/2019) SOLD
Color: Yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: 71,350 Price: $3,500
One owner, drivable, solid Saab V4-manual with overdrive, including new slave cylinder. Engine was recently fully gone through including new carburetor and new manual choke, plugs, wires and cap, new exhaust, new brakes, and all old parts included. Interior is original and good for its age, the front is spotless, original radio in working condition. Exterior is in pretty good shape, With paint bubbles and rust spots on top of front fenders, no rust holes through anything at all, even the plate under the trunk has most of its paint still. The seals on the windows are not all peeled up, but fit snugly. Original spare, tools and jack included in trunk. Clean title in hand.
- 1971 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 6/29/2019) SOLD
Color: Dark Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 25,798 Price: $5,850
4 speed, 4 cylinder. New radio & speakers. Clean, runs good, two new tires, two at 70%. Has been repainted but has a small rust spots. Great daily driver.
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 6/7/2019) SOLD
Color: Verona Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 21,907 Price: $10,000
A nice Verona 96 with a Jack Ashcraft 120HP motor with only a few thousand miles, a rebuilt transmission from Jack Lawrence of MSS fame with a few hundred miles. I assume the actual mileage on the car is 121,907. It was originally a western OR car. New electric fuel pump, Cibie headlights with H4 lamps, 80 amp Saab alternator, Weber DCD 2 barrel carburetor, and Pertronix ignition, new Boge shocks, Simons exhaust system head(s} to tail(pipe). I also added a Saab Sport and Rally front fiberglass spoiler and a Euro rear spoiler and period correct steering column mounted tachometer to help you control all that HP! I am sure there are a whole lot of other things I've done and forgotten. I went through the car when I bought it in 2007, performed the engine and transmission swap - with new clutch in 2016 and haven't driven it much since. The PO performed an amateur repaint - it's shiny and looks good as a driver. He also patched some holes in the front floors. There a 2 small areas that will eventually need attention in the rear lower front wheel wells, otherwise a very solid car. Currently the fuel level sender is acting up, and it needs 1 emergency brake cable. I am planning to sell the car with a different set of rims and tires on it - the picture showing the all silver "soccer ball" wheel with newer continental tires will convey with the car. I intend to address those 3 items over the next few weeks. Please look at the photos and ask any questions. The quicker I can sell it the more likely I am to negotiate with the buyer. Buy it and drive to the Saab Owners Convention in CO next month!
- 1971 Saab 95 Wagon (Posted 5/5/2019) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $1000
Stuck in a garage for at least 15 years but was running when it arrived. Needs brake and other work. Otherwise intact. Awaits a loving restoration. Weber carb. V4. Red interior.
- 1971 Saab 95 Station Wagon (Posted 5/4/2019) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 78K Price: $9500
This dependable car is a pleasure to drive. The rebuilders include Graham Cullen who is a mechanical engineer, who rebuilt his first Saab at age 15, and races his 96 in the Northern Forest Rally in NH. I have complete confidence in his knowledge of this vehicle. I have replaced the shocks and added a radio. That’s it. It started right up after the winter and sounds perfect. I have driven it caringly over dry, firm dirt roads and only in the summer otherwise. Presently it is garaged in northern Vermont in my garage. It will be transported to Arlington, VT this spring/summer. It is registered and inspected. It must be driven to be appreciated. I am firm on this price. Any detailed questions can be redirected to Graham through me. I have a significant collection of parts that I would let go including gas tank, carburetors, a doors, windows, many backup lights and more. I prefer to sell the car and parts as a package for $10K. Please contact me for more photos - and you can see some already in my Saabnet.com Member Gallery: Click Here.
- 1968 Saab 96 Deluxe (Posted 4/7/2019) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 2,917 Price: $4.500 OBO
Rebuilt drivetrain. no longer the 1.5, upgraded to the 1.7, pulled from a ’73 to run better on unleaded gas. stock ring and pinion. Reliable driver. requires very little to be a very nice engine. leaks small amount of oil. could use valve cover gaskets. Has “Deluxe” upgraded interior with tach and factory switches for extra lights (fog or driving). Unfinished project. Rapidly appreciating as vintage race and rally cars. As is, where is. F.O.B Costa Mesa, CA.
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- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 3/6/2019) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 80,000 Price: $3500
Restoration candidate I decided to SELL. No interest or time to finish. This model 1967 96 currently not running. New Gas and battery by the 16th March. It is a former Colorado car, has zero rust, never had accident or wreck ever, new red paint, better comfort yet vintage looking 1972 model 99 seats installed front and rear, Monte Carlo wooden steering wheel and soccer ball wheels and OK tires, just old. Drum brakes conversion to V/4 discs done, engine in car is old and has age noise, will run with battery and new gas to be installed March 9th. It has been driven readily in this configuration. Loosely called LD model as standard model 96 with tri carbs, and separate oil injection motor, Transmission was installed from Sonett for highway cruising speeds, 75 MPH = 4,000 RPM. Note 2nd gear has light bearing noise, driven 2,000 miles this way for 20 years, noise not increased, syncros are good. 55 Amp Bosch "correct look" from 1972 99 automatic installed. was grey, so are boot and bay. Rebuilding engine will cost ~ $2000 - $2,500 parts are readily available to do this. Transmissions, or second gear bearing fix are available too.
- 1968 Saab 95 (Posted 1/31/2019) SOLD
Color: Steel Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $5,000
Titled as a 1968 but I believe it was built in 1967. I pulled this Saab out of a barn in Slocumb, AL two years ago. The car did not run or drive at that time. Since purchasing I have: Rebuilt the Carbs. Cleaned/sealed the gas tank. Run new gas line from tank to engine. New Plugs. Wires. Distributor cap. Petronix electronic ignition. All new muffler and pipes. Replaced the transaxles. Rebuilt all brakes. Resleeved the brake master cylinder (Whitepost). Fires right up. The car runs and drives good. The freewheel does work. I had the car ceramic coating and the car presents very nicely. The car has been resprayed at some point in its life. It does have some dings, dents, and road rash. It does have some rust but the floors are solid. I do have some spare parts that I will include with the car. I am sure I am forgetting something so let me know if you have any questions. Thanks.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 1/30/2019) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $3500
THIS SAAB IS A 2-STROKE. This car is a survivor stored since 1973 and very original. The car is complete but needs mechanical restoration. The 2-stroke engine turns but does not run and will need rebuild. The car is very solid and one has to look hard to find small rust hole in back rocker. Original rubber mats and great dash with all the seats nice except driver seat. The headliner is in super condition. The paint is 90% original and fine for a driver. Again stored since 1973 in Pennsylvania. The car has rebuilt water pump and reconditioned head included. One would have to hunt long and hard to find better restoration project 96. It won a most original award at the endless mountain vintage Saab jamboree. I have a title for the car.
- 1964 Saab 96 (Posted 8/30/2018) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: NONE Mileage: 0 Price: $2,500
Stop restoring your Bull Nose GT and look at this. Stop welding in panels and spending a whole lot of time as east coasters always do. Here is an absolutely rust free body from the west coast which is 95% complete. All major structures are rust free. What you see is just surface rust which can be cleaned by media blasting the body. Use the body for your special car. Take two cars to make one or restore this car as a base model 1964 96. This car has a Colorado Rebuilders Title which is a good transferable title. Once completed, needs to be inspected for roadworthiness and then titled in any state where you live in. This car has been sitting in Nebraska for 25+ years. Engine seized (can you believe this!). I have 40 thumbnail detailed pictures for those who are interested. Contact Jerry Danner @ Mile Hi Automotive in Denver, Colorado. Shipping not included.
- 1968 Saab 95 (Posted 8/29/2018) SOLD
Color: Green And White Trans: Manual Mileage: 73,050 Price: $6800 OBO
I picked this car up from Bo Jonsson’s foreign car service in San Mateo, CA in 2000. From what Bo told me, this was to be his retirement car. It even had his personalized plate on it: FISKBIL. The car was nearly original (some new seat vinyl) with a few dents and dings but otherwise in good shape. Everything works. The engine fires up on the first crank though the transmission has that little whine found in every V4 I’ve ever owned. I added a weber carb, pertronix ignition, replaced some lenses, installed gas shock in the rear and painted it. The paint job was cheap. It looks really cool from about 20ft away but the paint is almost 20yrs old so my complaints are tempered. She was stored for several years in Idaho, but was stuck and needed a way back to my current home in Ohio. Since that 2300-mile trip in 2012, I only drive her once or twice a year. I change the fluids every year and plan to drive her more but mostly she sits. I can't stand seeing her sit. This has been a long time coming but it is time.
- 1971 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 8/18/2018) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 15,220 Price: $500
Great addition to collection or intro to vintage Saab. In 18 years of owning it has always been pushed back for others in Saab collection. Schedule now includes travel and no time for this wonderful car. Needs some work but great V4! Drove mostly around town and doubtful I put more than 500 miles on since buying. Was outside but covered. Needs good home that can baby it. Please ask more details.
- 1972 Saab Model 95 Wagon (Posted 7/25/2018) SOLD
Color: Middle Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 107,000 Price: $20,000
Fully restored. Total disassembly during restoration at 99,000. Stripped to bare metal. Everything works as it should. Engine and transmission rebuilt by Jack Lawrence of MSS Motorsport. All hydraulics totally rebuilt. Suspension all re-bushed with all new bearings and seals. Rebuilt lever shocks. All new glass seals. Beautiful lenses. Re-chromed. All original parts used in restoration. Nice soft OEM vinyl interior. Recently made 400 mile round trip to the SAAB Jamboree in PA flawlessly. Spends it time on a lift in my garage. Many photos upon request.
- 1971 Saab 95 State (Posted 7/7/2018) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 107,026 Price: $15,000
This beautiful wagon has been in the family since dad bought it at Zumbach motor in NYC spanky new. She has won many car shows and all of the awards come with her. This wagon is garage kept all year long and has never seen rust. This wagon is a turn key car and it is time for her to go to a new home. My dad always wanted a cv2 Citroen and since his passing, we went hunting for one and finally purchased one. She has wooden steering wheel, five factory soccer rims, Hella fog lights, HKS exhaust system 2 1/2 inch pipes, dual rear pipe, am fm CD player, electric fan, and Weber carburetor. Saved the last for best vin# number is 95.1 first one out of production line in 1971. More pictures and details at your request, if needed. If you are interested in buying our family’s baby, give me a call. I can also answer any questions needed.
- 1970 Saab 95 (Posted 6/17/2018) SOLD
Color: Torreador Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 140,000 Price: $15,000
For Sale is my wonderful Saab 95 V4 Station Wagon. I have owned this car since 2008, and have truly loved owning it! This station wagon has been known as "Little Red". This wagon has been taken care of and well loved. The engine has been rebuilt from bottom up and has been upgrade with two barrel manifold and Weber 38/38 Carburetor, 1.7 crankshaft as well. This little Saab is a really fun rally car and will bring smiles where every you go! The interior has made inviting and the front seats have been recovered, and the addition of the Wooden Saab Monte Carlo Steering wheel from Sweden adds to the rally feel! Back seats and rear jump seat are original and look great! Oh the Saab 95 Seats 7 people! Amazing! An original Lucus Spot light has been installed on the roof. Hella front foglight have been added the front bumper. The front headlights have metal stone guards on them as well! This Saab was originally from Arizona and has since been living in San Diego! So there no rust on the bottom sides of this car! This SAAB has been shown at the San Diego Automotive Museum as part of the Station Wagons Display. This Saab was also shown on the TV Show Wheeler dealers as well, "Saab 96 Episode". This Saab is driven very carefully and only to and from Automotive events! Clean CA title in hand and a folder full repair and service documents! Please Email for More Information!
- 1970? Saab 95 (Posted 5/9/2018) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: ? Price: $75
Parts car. Mostly complete. Right front suspension missing. Will help you load it on a trailer or tow dolly. Not sure of the year. Feel free to call with questions.
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 4/25/2018) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 57,457 Price: $3500
Overhauled High Output Engine with racing camshaft. Fully Functional Transmission, High Performance Racing Exhaust with steel headers, New Slave Cylinder with Steel Braiding. Very clean and leaks no fluids. New bushings in the upper and lower a-frame arms both sides. 34 ICH Weber Carburetor. Arizona car most of its life so rear reflectors are dried out along with left rear tail light. Car does run and brakes work. Car does run and drive.
- 1963 Saab 96 (Posted 4/18/2018) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 64,000 Price: $6500
Reluctantly selling my 1963 Saab stroker. Here's your chance to buy an increasingly rare Saab. This bullnose is in amazing condition especially for an unrestored car. This car has been in dry storage or in my uncles Saab dealership on display for nearly 40 years. 64k miles is believed to be accurate. The car has not been run in about ten years but the engine is not seized. The car is very solid, this is definitely not a rust bucket. The interior is excellent except for some stitching on the passenger seat. Like I said, finding a car like this is getting harder every day. Two factory service manuals and owners manual are included. e-mail for pictures and videos.
- 1969 Saab 96 (Posted 3/27/2018) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 130,000 Price: $2500
1969 Saab 96 v4. Odometer reads ~130,000. Engine rebuilt in 1990 with low miles since rebuild. Stored under car cover for last 10+ years. Beloved car. Fun to drive! Same owner since approx. 1986 in Colorado. Some interior features not original (e.g., Saab 900 seats). Comes with some additional parts and service manuals. Additional photos and video available.
- 1969 Saab Deluxe 96 Model (Posted 2/10/2018) SOLD
Color: Cream Trans: Manual Mileage: 106,000 Price: $5500
Very Good Condition - daily driver. Clear title. Two door coupe/aerodynamic design. Swedish make. Top rally car for 17 consecutive years. V-4, H-Transmission. (reverse is tricky -Nutral, FWD, down). Very clean!! All original Interior! Exterior has been painted to match the original intended color. *additional part in the trunk (owner's manual, books, chrome parts). Garage kept. Cleaned and driven regularly. Deserves to go to a home where it will be appreciated, driven and taken care of. the SAAB 96 won many rallies and other races with its excellent handling and tough, dependable mechanicals. Vintage SAABs count as a cult classic, so according to their preference, collectors may choose the rarer two-stroke versions or any of the V-4 options. Many of these cars are in the hands of rally enthusiasts, where they are still popular in vintage competition. This is a rare car in great condition. Runs well. *the front frame is bent, so the bumper is, currently in the trunk.* Everything works! Gets a lot of attention when driven around town.
- 1968 Saab 95 1.5L V4 (Posted 6/2/2017) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 23k Price: $11,800 OBRO
Very well maintained and mechanically solid 95 wagon. Extremely rare Saab/Ronal wheels with Dunlop D60 A2 tires, Weber 2-bbl carburetor, Koni shocks in the front and rear, Pertronix electronic ignition, electric radiator fan, operable freewheel clutch, original interior, baked-enamel paint, professionally restored 25 years ago and <23k miles driven since restoration. Complete service documentation since 1968. Many extra parts included. I have owned this car for over a decade and have babied it; keeping up on every aspect of maintenance and wouldn't hesitate to drive it anywhere. Beautiful car all around with only a couple of minor cosmetic issues. Rust free, accident free, never driven in the rain nor in congested traffic and always garage kept. More photos available in classified gallery:
- 1959 Saab 93B (Posted 5/2/2017) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: NA Price: $4900
I am selling a very solid 1959 93 B. This car came from spending much if it's life in Arizona. The paint is not pretty and it needs an interior. However, the body is Rock solid as are the floors. The original 750 engine runs but needs rebuilding. The brakes are updated and working along with a good transmission. The dash is quite nice. One can buy a rust bucket and spend thousands or buy this rare solid 93 to restore.
- 1968 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 4/7/2017) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 100,000 Price: $3000
Offered for sale is this 68 SAAB 96 V4. This SAAB has been with the same family since new. It was purchased new in California and has been an Arizona car ever since. The original sales order, shop manual and documentation are included in the sale. The car was recently rescued, inspected, and determined to be in very good original condition, for its age. There is no rust in the car, all the lenses and glass are intact and there appears to be no prior accident damage. The bottom of the car show no damage or trauma. It starts, runs, shifts and stops. The exterior was repainted in the original color, sometime in its life. If you are looking for on old, original SAAB 96 V4 to restore... you just found it! eBay Auction:
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 3/29/2017) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 167,534 Price: $8,000
Rust free survivor! This car is a very nice original car inside and out It does have a Weber carb. update with manual choke and pertronix igniton. I have just replaced the fan bearing and rear brake shoes. This car is a great driver not show queen by any means. This car spent most of it's life in Oregon before I purchased it from a customer in Minneapolis. The car comes with the original window sticker and bill of sale, along with repair orders from most of it's life. Feel free to call with any and all questions.
- 1952 Saab 92A (Posted 2/7/2017) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $8500
Unique opportunity to own a rare early Saab. This car is perfect for preservation and has many great features such as very good interior complete with all parts. We had the car running and have the rear brakes down along with master. The bumpers are with the car and all four original rims. It needs work but where you going to find another?
- 1963 Saab 95 (Posted 1/7/2017) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 88,XXX Price: $6,000 OBO
I have had this car stored inside for 11 years, and have not touched it. Engine runs and this this is a large car capable of comfortably holding 7 people, and it is waiting to live in your garage. There are about 5 bullnose style wagons that I know of in the untied states. This car is far from perfect, but far from a basket case. It is a 100% complete, and I would call it a reasonably simple restoration for a 50+ year old Saab. I have lots and lots of picture that I can email or text to you.
- 1972 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 8/14/2016) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: xxxx Price: $3500
Selling my 1972 Saab 96. New Weber carb, newly recored radiator, Sonett transmission in top condition (runs very quietly), Ronal alloy wheels, Vredestein tires with about 700 miles on them, redone early Saab 99 seats and rear seat, CD player, tachometer, electronic radiator fan with adjustable thermo switch, fairly new battery, big exhaust, and probably some other stuff I'm forgetting. That's the good news. The other news is that the paint needs work in several locations (small can of correct paint included), the wiper post leaks (spares included), the windshield is cracked (spare included, along with 2 spare rubber windshield gaskets), the wiring is a bit goofy but nearly everything works (the instrument lights are always on), the rear deck is sagging, and the headliner needs final fitting. This car is much faster and more powerful than you might expect, and it gets a lot of attention. A ton of fun. But I'm busy with my 1970 Saab 99e and my son no longer wants it, so off it goes!
- 1967 Saab 96 LD (Posted 7/10/2016) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 62,000 Price: $7500
Low mileage totally rust free California 3 cylinder Saab. Mechanically runs great. Interior totally restored. Not original but nicely done. Repainted 15 years ago by Maaco but still looks pretty good. If you are looking for a 2 cycle Saab that turns heads and can be driven anywhere- this is it. Call for more details.
- 1964 Saab 96 (Posted 6/27/2016) SOLD
Color: Trans: Manual Mileage: 111,397 Price: $2,000
Selling my first 2 stroke Saab even though I wish I had the time to get it back on the road. Engine is out and needs to be rebuilt but 3 speed trans is still in and seemed to be in good shape when I had it driving. It is a rare very solid body. Very good project car that has a lot of potential.
- 1970 Saab 96 (Posted 6/1/2016) SOLD
Color: Brown Trans: Manual Mileage: 113,000 Price: $1500
Moving, I want to sell my beloved 96 that I have owned for the last 40 plus years. It is not running, but the engine turns freely. Once family car, but now is a project car.
- 1970 Saab 95 (Posted 5/29/2016) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 82,000 Price: $5,500
All original (except mss exhaust) and in good condition with odometer showing 82,000 miles which is very believable. Original paint with two minor issues, discoloration around gas tank filler and cracking on passenger side door. Glass and chrome excellent. Interior very original but dash is cracked in two places and stitching on front seats is coming apart. Driven at least once a week with no known mechanical issues.
- 1970 Saab 95 Wagon (Woody) (Posted 5/23/2016) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 80,000 Price: Auction
Up for sale is a unique 1970 Saab 95 V4 Wagon with a custom Woody paint job. The V4 engine and drive train is in good mechanical condition and could be driven anywhere. Routine maintenance has been done and many upgrades including, Weber carb set up, recent new clutch, new radiator, rebuilt alternator, new batttery. Recent body and Woody repaint adds to the fun... Clean engine bay with interior upgrades including Saab 9-5 leather vented seats. Dash and instruments from 68 Deluxe V4 for tach and gauges (so mileage is estimated). Chassis and floor are in great condition for the year. This is an award winning classic Saab. Will accept best "buy it now" offers outside of eBay, feel free to contact us with your best offer.
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 4/20/2016)
Color: Verona Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 59,535 Price: $2300
1973 96 in Verona Green with 59,535 known miles on the odometer. Located for pickup in Wells, Maine. The car is a runner that will need some attention to make it solid. Rear shock mounts will need a weld patch, along with the tops of the inner fenders (rear). A few oil leaks from valve cover seals that have dried out and need to be replaced. This V4 does not have hardened valve seats and therefore will require a lead additive when running unleaded gas. A valve job might be a good idea. Trans is fairly quiet, though there is a clunk in reverse, likely a bad CV.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 2/7/2016) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 655 Price: N/A till after eBay auction
1967 Saab 96 v4 with 655 miles. Original and unrestored. This car has been stored its whole life. Runs and drives perfect. For those of you that have seen this car on here before. Yes it's the same and yes I'm the same person. There was estate and paperwork issues. That has been all worked out and it can be sold now. This car is as close to showroom new as possible. You will never find another original 96 like this. Ask questions and I am open to offers. Museum quality.
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- 1972 Saab 96 (Posted 11/30/2015) SOLD
Color: Ferrari Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 90,335 Price: $2500
For $2,500 you can have a lot of fun with this 96. This car looks, runs well and is a great driver and has great curb appeal. It runs and drives. Mechanically it is ready to travel cross county. Mileage indicated 90,335. Transmission and engine is sound. Carb has been rebuilt and electric fuel pump. Tires <200 miles and Soccer Ball wheels. It was originally Verona Green and was changed to a bright Ferrari Red. They did a great job with the door jambs, trunk and engine area. No rock chips. This car has the typical (not major) rust in the lower part of the doors. The floor under the clutch & brake pedal is rust free however around the left front jack point has some rust isolated to the jack point only. The other three jack points are perfect. Very minor rust but so what, it is a great driver. Interior is in great shape. E mail me for more detailed pictures. Located in Colorado.
- 1971 Saab 96 (Posted 11/28/2015) SOLD
Color: green Trans: Manual Mileage: 17,xxx Price: $9500
Restored in and out...ready for a new loving SAAB enthusiasts!
- 1972 Saab 95 (Posted 11/18/2015) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: xx Price: $3000 OBO
Car sat in the open for 33 years, was resurrected last July and been driven 5000 miles since as a daily driver. Odometer reads 12351. Fomoco carb with pertronix. Freewheel has been locked out by Bud Clark. Radiator, gas tank have been professionally cleaned. Ashcraft fuel sender. Front shocks new, rear rebuilt(Apple Hydraulics HD). New suspension limiter straps. Clutch master and slave cylinders rebuilt. Stainless clutch/brake hoses. New tires x5, including full sized spare. Corbeau FX1 driver, A4 passenger seats. 3 point retractable belts with lift latch installed. Kenwood stereo installed under glove box. Pioneer speaker pods under each of the front seats. Wiper motor confirmed working but needs to be wired up. Valve cover gaskets leaking. No horn. Dash clock not working. Off colored fender due to fire from adjacent vehicle. Additional parts coming with the car include crack free dash, good condition front stock seats, Weber 34 carb etc. Apart from a few spots of surface rust, body is completely straight with no holes. Selling because I’ll be relocating in a few months. Please contact me for more info/pictures.
- 1963 Saab 96 (Posted 9/23/2015) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 88,000 Price: $2000
It's all over now Baby Blue. I am looking for a good home for my '63 96 project car. Originally, this was a Florida car. Note that this includes a freshly rebuilt 4spd from Tom Donney. Thanks for looking.
- 1960 Saab 93F (Posted 9/23/2015) SOLD
Color: Black Trans: Manual Mileage: 106,000 Price: $500
I am looking for a good Saab home for my 1960 93F project car. Regrets, I can't help with shipping, etc. Please note that the buyer will need to make arrangements for pick up. If you are serious or know someone who might be, kindly e-mail me and I can send pics. Thanks for looking.
- 1967 Saab 96 V-4 (Posted 8/22/2015) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 88,700 Price: $500 OBO
1967 SAAB 96 with V-4 engine. 88,700 miles. The Good: It is a complete, unmolested car that has been neglected for 40 years. It has a solid floor with some rust near the drain holes inside the car. There is body surface rust where the paint has been baked by the sun. It's never been hit, no engine fires, glass is good. 5.60x15" tires. The car is essentially a SAAB 2-stroke body with a V-4 engine with cool features like the small windshield and rear glass, dash mirror, white steering wheel, aluminum trim on rocker panels. Lights and signals work. The Bad: The V-4 turns over but has very low compression & does not run. Interior needs attention. Car was lifted with a fork lift under the trunk that has damaged the spare tire area. I've owned over 30 vintage SAABs and have scrapped many out because of rusty floors or body damage. I believe this unique, early V-4 SAAB has a solid foundation could be repaired and driven again. I have lots of spare parts that can go with the car. Please see the You Tube link (click or copy link below) More info call/text. YouTube Video:
- 1959 Saab 93b/1964 gt850 hybrid (Posted 8/20/2015) SOLD
Color: white Trans: Manual Mileage: less than Price: $8800
1959 93b/1964 gt850 hybrid located in Portland, Oregon.
Extra parts and custom tow bar included. Plenty of very recently rebuilt parts (transmission, clutch, pump/generator, brakes, etc.). Serious enquiries, only, please.
- 1968 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 6/25/2015) SOLD
Color: red Trans: Manual Mileage: 119,089 Price: $1200
Registered and garaged in Rhode Island. Weekend around town driver until last summer. Pertronix ignition, electronic fuel pump, new fuel pressure regulator, new fuel lines, heater hoses. Engine strong, good transmission, good headliner. Missing front bumper and full exhaust. Solid right passenger door and front fender replaced rusted predecessors. Needs reupholstering, floor patching, exhaust, and paint job. Nice project car. Photos available on request.
- 1969 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 5/21/2015) SOLD
Color: Polar White Trans: Manual Mileage: 40,600 Price: $12,000
Exceptional original example, a rare survivor car, non-restored, just exceptionally well cared for. Repainted once a long time ago in original Polar White. Passed down from one SAAB enthusiast to another, including a stint in the Owl's Head transportation museum in Maine, it was originally registered in Pennsylvania and has a genuine 40,600 miles on the clock. Pristine. Original equipment except for upgraded Weber carb and Petronix electronic ignition. 4 speed column gearshift, red vinyl upholstery in superb condition, Vredstein radials on freshly powder-coated SAAB rims. Shocks, fuel pump, lines, etc., replaced as part of regular maintenance. Original ownership and manual, added period-correct Blaupunkt radio, sisal carpeting, locking gas cap, etc. Drives beautifully, including free wheel device. Brings smiles from everyone who sees it. Bought in Texas in 2010 with 38,873 miles on it, I have driven it only on sunny weekends in summer at home in Toronto, Canada. Garaged at all times, tucked away for winter. Now my boating in summer means I don't have the time to drive it enough any more. A pdf with full details and lots of photographs is available if you e mail me.
- 1966 Saab Model 96 (Posted 5/6/2015) SOLD
Color: Gray Trans: Manual Mileage: 00000000 Price: $4000
Recent barn find,small patches of surface rust, 2 stroke 3 cylinder engine turns over, I have not tried to start it. stored at a Saab dealership in Northern Maine for 25 plus years, great daily driver or restoration, will deliver in a 250 mile radius for gas money. Have more photos and information just call me.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 4/29/2015) SOLD
Color: Cream Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $1200 OBO
1967 Saab 96 has been in my family since 1975. It was restored and used for local commuting (30 miles a day) for 8 years. When the problem with the paint on the hood became a serious problem the car was parked. We inherited the Saab in 2005. Therefore the car is not running but has been garaged for the last 40 years. All additional Saab parts are included, as well as the second engine. All four tires hold air and the vehicle can be rolled onto a trailer to be transported.
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 3/18/2015) SOLD
Color: Verona Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 58k+ Price: $2000
"El Aguacate!" (The Avocado!) is for sale! All new steel floor boards and rockers, reliable car. Weber carb. Battery. Upholstery. Soccer balls. Lots more and more pics.
- 1967 Saab 96 Deluxe (Posted 4/14/2015) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 67,000 Price: $3,000
This car belonged to my very good friend Dr Charles Reiter. I am selling the car for his wife as he is no longer with us. The car is a daily driver. The car is originally from California. Definitely needs some paint as it appears original. The floor pans are very clean with no rust or repairs ever being done. The 2 front seats have been reupholstered. Matching set of tires all the way around with almost 90% life still left. All the lights work as they should. Engine was rebuilt by bud Clarke about 2 years ago. It has a standard mixer engine. New clutch, master cylinder, brakes, stocks. Hate to really see it go. so I really hope if finds a good home. Clear texas title on the car.
- 1967 Saab Monte Carlo 850 (Posted 3/31/2015) SOLD
Color: Beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 123k Price: $900 OBO
Looking for a home for my MC 850. I have owned this car for over 25 years. It does have severe floor rust under the pedal area well into the engine compartment, as well as the trunk floor under the gas tank. This would be a very involved restoration project, or would be a great donor car for a standard 96.
It has a running standard 850 in it now and a good transmission.I do have a complete MC engine that goes with the car. ( It does turn over, but has not been started ). Car was originally red, has been painted several times. Pictures available.
- 1966 Saab 95 (Posted 4/21/2015) SOLD
Color: Light Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $2500
2-stroke. Amazingly solid wagon, only one small hole in rear floorboard, runs well, new fuel pump, brake work done ,transmission good, 4 bolt hubs, starts right up. It needs more restoration but can be used as a daily driver. the interior is very good, dash is cracked.
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 2/27/2015) SOLD
Color: Tan Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $8,900
1973 SAAB 96. Original paint and interior. Car spent up to 2005 in Oregon so no rust ever inside or out. Everything works and properly. Rebuilt engine and transmission. Rebuilt brakes. All master cylinders rebuilt. All wheel bearings repacked. New CV boots. New Swedish exhaust. Progressive Webber carburetor. New hoses and clamps. New tires. New shocks. New springs. New headliner. Car tools and manuals. Solid, not a rattle. New vintage - correct Mota Lita steering wheel. I have a 95 version (wagon) and a Sonett and have to cull the herd. I have owned this for 10 years. Please call or text.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 1/20/2015) SOLD
Color: Tan Trans: Manual Mileage: 62,709 Price: $3200
Was a daily driver. Owned for past 6 years. has a rebuilt 2 stroke oil injected engine with less then 50 miles by David Baugher, transmission was rebuilt by bud Clarke, GT exhaust with a XP sporty chamber, new clutch and pressure plate, new slave cylinder and clutch master, disk brakes on the front with new pads, wood grain steering wheel, reupholstered front and rear seats with new foam, 2 new tires on the passenger side, never ordered the other two for the drivers side, tires will need to be replaced soon on the drivers side, and all the Gauge's work. The body is far from perfect. It has some dents and flaws all over. Does have a nice shine. But could use a reprint. The car is originally from Sunnydale, CA. The floor pans are solid. They could use some cleaning as minor surface rust has started to show over the past few years. Nothing that some rust encapsulate won't fix. Front right fender has a good size ding covered by touch up paint. I will include a fender with the sale of the car. But overall, the car is very solid and very fun to drive.
- 1970 Saab 95 Wagon (Posted 1/22/2015) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 89,425 Price: $6500
Finally decided to sell my beloved wagon after buying a 1975 99. This 95 is in nice shape overall. The miles are true. I bought the car slightly damaged in the RF fender and hood. Repaired easily. Since then I have been driving it in the summertime. Replaced water pump, exhaust. Also removed engine to clean and install new seals, complete tune up etc. The car is an older restoration not done by me. Maybe 15-20 years old. The seats were restored with leather and is very very nice. The steering wheel is a wooden Nardi. Headliner excellent. Carpeting is hand cut and does compliment the interior. Exterior, the paint shines well, has a few blisters on the bottoms of the doors and a few along the roofline edges. undercarriage looks solid, it was undercoated by others. Car runs and drives well. Does not smoke. Has small oil leak at rear of intake manifold but not serious. Gearbox has usual noises and it shifts fine. Comes with vintage aluminum roof box. Windshield has a vertical crack nearly dead center. This is a wonderful car that gets tons of attention everywhere she goes or is parked.
- 1966 Saab 96 Special (Posted 11/24/2014) SOLD
Color: white Trans: Manual Mileage: 0000000 Price: $2800
1966 Saab 96 Special. Which is pretty much Monte Carlo mechanics ( engine,brakes, hubs and wheels ) in a standard 96 shell. This is a very solid almost completely rust free body. just one small hole at the forward passenger side floor. This car was originally a very, very light blue, but is now white on the outside. Has been sitting inside for over 20 years. Needs paint. I had it running but it's best to just rebuild it. Comes with extra wheels and a Monte Carlo wood wheel.
- 1966 Saab Monte Carlo 850 (Posted 12/1/2014) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 10,258 tmu Price: $18,900
Purchased from a Northern California resident by B&B Saab in 1992 as a Saab showroom display vehicle. After initial purchase, we extensively restored vehicle- complete repaint, reupholstered 80% of interior, rebuilt the engine, carburetors. Replaced speedo cable so will sell true mileage unknown. Vehicle received “Best of Show” at 1996 National Saab Owners Convention in Kirkwood CA. Car literally has not been driven more than 10 miles since we acquired it 22 years ago. When moved between our Burlingame and Santa Clara showrooms, vehicle wa
s always professionally transported. Headliner and dash top still need work. Interior clock is not functional. In recent preparation fo
r sale, we determined front brake calipers were in need of replacement, so they were rebuilt. No manuals or spare tire. Vehicle in Sunn
yvale CA. Very good running condition.
- 1971 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 10/7/2014) SOLD
Color: Tyrolene Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 71,000 Price: $8,250
For Sale: 1971 Saab 96 V4. Tyrolene Green with tan interior. Older restoration still in very good mechanical and cosmetic condition. Starts, runs, steers and brakes flawlessly. No rust. Does not have freewheel. Has Rally Tach and Steering Wheel, Soccer Ball wheels. Working Cibie lights. Just under 71,000 miles. Owners manual. Fittted car cover. More photos available.
- 1969 Saab 95 Station Wagon (Posted 9/25/2014) SOLD
Color: green Trans: Manual Mileage: 120,000 Price: $4500 OBO
Partially restored 1969 Saab 95 station wagon for sale. This classic was partially restored by a Saab mechanic. Beautiful exterior with $6000 paint job. It has four-bolt wheels and is refitted with Saab 99 front seats. Mechanically in good condition, but the interior needs work. Looking for someone to complete the restoration. Cash only; no checks.
- 1971 Saab 95 (Posted 9/8/2014) SOLD
Color: Savannah Biege Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $9500
I have gone completely through all mechanicals, interior, exterior trim and lenses and locks, etc. All brought to original. Former Arizona car. It all works, down to the dimmer switch. I have three other V4's, one being a fully restored V4 wagon. I can send an itemized cost list of all what's into it as for as first purchase, parts and rebuilds (and that is what I am asking for) If you want a car that's truly running beautifully and just needs to be painted this one is for you. Work done: Transmission, Trans Mount, Flywheel resurfaced , Clutch Kit, Heads, Battery, Tires, OEM Exhaust, Brake Discs, Stainless Brake Pistons, Brake Pads, Cleaned and Re-packed Wheel Bearings and CV Joints w/ Boots and Seals, Stainless Brake Lines, Brake Shoes, Brake Cylinders, Brake Spring Kits, Master/Slave Cyl Kits, Clutch Hose, Correct OEM Upholstery, Radiator, Gas Tank, Sender, Wires/Cap/Rotor, Water Pump w/ Backing Plate, Manual Fuel Pump, Electric Fuel Pump, Timing Gears, Balance Shaft Bearings, Tie Rod Ends, Ball Joint Boots, Monte Carlo Steering Wheel, All Lenses, Weber 34ICH, Door Wind Deflectors, Rubber Fender Guards, Door Cards, Coil, Pedal Pads.
- 1971 Saab 95 (Posted 9/18/2014) SOLD
Color: Beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 47,000 Price: $4900
Have you been looking for an original 95 with NO rust holes? this is your wagon as it is a Texas car it has a beautiful clean chassis. the paint is faded but
original so paint is good for driver. the engine bay is very nice with original paint. the car has only 47,000 miles and has been stored since 1987 so is very
original. the interior is very nice and other than rips on side of front seats, it is super nice. the headliner is near perfect and all door panels are nice.
several new parts are included with the car. it has a title and is an amazing survivor for one looking for clean unmolested Saab V4 wagon.
- 1967 Saab 96 (Posted 9/22/2014) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 80,602 Price: $3,000
This 1967 96 came into the fold and I don’t have the time to restore her to her former glory. The Good: 3 cylinder/2 stroke engine in running condition; free wheel functions; body very solid (was repainted the original glacier white in 2009); tires brand new; back brakes in working order. The Not So Good: Rear glass kit purchased in 2008 does not fit correctly (hence the tape around it) – all other glass in good condition; muffler needs work; front brakes need work; interior rough, but all seats are there; both driver and passenger floor pans showing signs of wear.
- 1966 Saab Saab 96 (Posted 7/25/2014) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 96,050 Price: $2,500
1966 Saab 96 titled as a 1967. Two stroke engine with three speed manual transmission. Engine has a melted piston, has not run for 9 years. The body is in excellent condition, the only serious rust is in the bottom rear of the driver's door. All glass is in good condition as is the interior. Headliner is clean and has no holes or tears. All hubcaps are on the car. All chrome and lights are on the car. The brakes still have a good pedal as does the hydraulic clutch. The body has a few door dings and a couple of small dents. This is a one family car which spent its life in Wyoming, Montana and Colorado. Great car to move that Monte Carlo engine and parts from your rusted out car or restore as is.
- 1971 Saab 95 Wagon (Posted 7/27/2014) SOLD
Color: Green/Black Trans: Manual Mileage: 106,915 Price: $2500
1971 SAAB 95 Wagon, AKA, "The Pickle," FOR SALE AS IS. Green and Black (original color green w/ black matte spray job), no rust, straight body This cool car, AKA "The Pickle," has a WORKING ENGINE that was completely rebuilt in 2010. Since 2013, I replaced REAR SHOCKS, BRAKE PADS AND SHOES, CLUTCH, WATER PUMP, CONTROL ARM BUSHINGS, and CLUTCH MASTER & SLAVE CYLINDER. Needs interior work, paint job plus and tinkering and attention to get it to next level. She is an awesome car and deserves a great home! Someone with a larger bankroll or with skills to do work themselves will be able to love her the way she deserves. I am not familiar with service details other than what I mention here: ex-husband rebuilt engine and cared for her for many years. All work over last two years (everything above other than engine) done professionally with love by Swedish Auto Factory in San Jose California. BONUS: Includes extra parts including some window glass, windshield glass, backdoor glass, rubber molding, engine covers, a starter, an alternator, etc. Dog not included. Car is in the San Jose CA area. Local pick up preferred.
- 1968 Saab 95 Electric (Posted 7/10/2014) SOLD
Color: rusty blue Trans: Manual Mileage: ? Price: $1250
Clear titled 1968 Saab 95 converted to electric. Lots of rust on the outside, not so bad structurally. Includes extra electric motor, 2 huge heavy inverter/electric consoles (maybe for charging?) and all the 6 volt batteries that are pretty well shot. Have the service manual. It has been sitting covered for 30 years. I have never run it. As is. Bring a trailer. Negotiable. Pictures available.
- 1970 Saab 95 Wagon (Posted 2/24/2014) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $2500
I bought this from a customer that lost storage. We did a lot of work to it a few years ago. She hardly drove it since. I basically towed it from her storage to my shop where I took a couple photos then drove it to my storage. Choke is out of adjustment. The drivetrain in it came from my '73 96. From what I remember, but cannot swear to, is that the engine was rebuilt and it had ported heads. The belt drive fan is deleted and currently has electric fan. I also believe it has a Sonett gearbox. I do know dash lights and cabin fan do not work. I am selling it for what I have into it. More photos will be available shortly. Floors are in great shape. It had one patch in drivers floor years ago, but still solid. Rockers are starting to rust and RH door is starting at the bottom.
- 1972 Saab 96 V4 Sedan (Posted 12/24/2013) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $3,000
1972 Saab 96 V4 two-door sedan for sale. A real classic in good running condition. Interior in good condition. Body in fair condition, minor rust, some body work needed. Excellent project car for restoration. Currently garaged in Seattle, WA,
- 1959 Saab 93B (Posted 10/14/2013) SOLD
Color: Gray Trans: Manual Mileage: 27,320 Price: $6500
1959 Saab 93B w/27,320 original miles!!! CA car until 2/12 when i purchased it, in Storage Warehouse since 1965 in CA. 95% complete, mostly missing interior pieces. Body and underbody are SOLID, doors open and close easily, all glass,suspension,body and engine components are intact. Its missing a couple trim pieces, front seats, door panels and maybe a few other pieces im forgetting. 4 new Firestone tubeless radials installed this spring, 4-5 boxes of spares (switches,bulbs,dash parts,engine parts,2 wood steering wheels) and original 93B Shop Service Manual and Owners Manual are included. Ideal condition for a ground up restore. Email for more pictures of the car.
- 1961 Saab 96 three-cylinder (Posted 9/13/2013) SOLD
Color: white Trans: Manual Mileage: 71,412 Price: $2,000
Original Ohio barn find. This '61 two-stroke was daily driver for original owners until 1966. In '66 the car was put in storage in cement-floored barn where it remained, not driven and untouched until 2012. Remarkable original and solid car - perfect candidate for complete restoration. I planned to complete restoration as a retirement project, but that won't happen for me. I will be losing my indoor heated storage so the car needs to find a new home. This car has not run for past 47 years - but it appears solid and complete. Missing one hubcap. Rust is mostly on bottom edges of doors. I believe interior is complete, in great shape, but dirty. One small tear in back of drivers seat. Mileage (71,412) is original. I am unsure what it will take to get this car into operable condition, but a great project car. Please call or email me for more detailed pictures or if questions.
- 1959 Saab 93B (Posted 7/26/2013) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $2900
Great opportunity to own your own 93B. This car is very solid and rust is NOT an
issue on this car. The dash is beautiful but rest of interior removed and not
with car. It was blue originally and has all the brakes and suspension along
with transmission installed but motor is missing. A spare block, crank, and head
is available but will need a rebuild. the car has all glass and most trim. $2900
Firm. Bill of sale only. Trades considered.
- 1967 Saab 95 (Posted 7/10/2013) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: unknown Price: $2,900
Rare 1967 2-stroke wagon, completely original and partially restored, solid car in great condition, no rust on body. Good title. Engine runs well but no brake or clutch hydraulics. Includes complete second engine core to be rebuilt, detached front bumper, new dash cover (reproduction), 2 extra rims, 2 extra front fenders, and a new chrome grill.
- 1971 Saab 96 (Posted 5/11/2013) SOLD
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 108,352 Price: $2,900
One owner car, Body solid, Electric fuel pump installed July 2012, Fuel system drained and flushed, Exhaust system solid, Front and rear seats recently upholstered in brown, All glass is perfect, no cracks, Minor surface rust on rear passenger quarter panel, outstanding restoration candidate, starts every time, please see our video here----> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Nsf7vDjLgA
- 1968 Saab 96 (Posted 12/5/2012) SOLD
Color: tan/red strips Trans: Manual Mileage: unknown Price: $2,000
I have partially restored this car. Dings repaired. Only rust is under the doors. Has new tires, previously replaced coil, distributor,Weber Carb,and speedometer . Engine was overhauled, balanced and bluprinted, by previous owner. It's a hot engine but need a tune up. I purchased parts for major brake repair, but at 80 years decided I can't crawl under cars any more. The tranny does have a whine. This is a great platform for a complete restoration.
- 1970 Saab 96 (Posted 3/25/2013) SOLD
Color: red Trans: Manual Mileage: unknown Price: $500
Project or parts car. Partially disassembled. Factory A/C and radio. Complete except for gas tank!? Some rust. Stored 10 years inside. Now need space. Spare engine and many new parts. Tools and manuals also available. Just needs a home.
- 1967 Saab 95 V4 Estate Station Wagon (Posted 10/19/2012) SOLD
Color: Black/Turqouise Trans: Manual Mileage: (1)35,770 Price: $5,000
We bought this darling old restored Saab about 3 years ago but now with two little kids in the house it rarely gets driven. This is a great car for any old car or Saab enthusiast out there. It drives great, looks great and we've always kept it garaged. The interior has been completely redone and the drivetrain has been carefully repaired/upgraded as needed. Please take a look at the photos to get a better idea of the car's condition. We have an extensive history of the car along with many more photos, that we can provide if you're interested. Please email with any other questions or if you'd like to come check her out.
- 1969 Saab 96 (Posted 9/21/2012) SOLD
Color: Geen Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $4000
Spectacular 1.5L V4 engine rebuild with only 4,700 miles on it (performed by Motorsport Seattle). This engine is extremely well done: Balanced, blueprinted, intake ported, +0.030in bored, new pistons, new rockers, new balance shaft gear and bearings. Rebuilt 4-spd transmission with Sonnet final drive; New clutch; Freewheel intact. Isky F4 cam grind, Saab S&R Stage III lightened flywheel, Weber 34 ICH carb, tuned Y exhaust. Braided steel brake lines, new rear brake pads. New wiring. Electric cooling fan retrofit. Electric fuel pump, filter, and regulator retrofit. New suspension bushings, upholstery, resealed gas tank. Cored radiator at time of rebuild with new expansion tank. Extra set of barely used Hankook Zovac studded tires included on vintage rims. Assorted extra 96 parts included. Needs very minor bodywork on fenders. Glass mostly perfect, with small crack in windshield lower corner. Rust only on bottom of passenger door seam. Good headliner and rear carpet. Fully functional and could nearly be a daily driver. The motor really purrs and has great torque.
- 1968 Saab 96 Sedan (Posted 8/19/2012) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 113k Price: $1900
1968 Saab 96, runs, shifts and drives, has recent tires, new clutch, good interior with the exception of the drivers seat bottom. Some rust at the door bottoms, floor is pretty solid, but has some rust at the outer edges near the seam, but very easily repairable. This car has been sitting for a while and needs looking after, but it is in very solid condition and is priced to sell. Will make an excellent running parts car or fix and drive it as is.
- 1971 Saab 96 (Posted 8/14/2012) SOLD
Color: red Trans: Manual Mileage: 60,000 Price: $3000
free wheel,pertronix ignition, electric fuel pump and cooling fan, mss exhaust weber 34 ich carb, garage full of spare parts inspected 4-13.
- 1958 Saab 93B (Posted 4/26/2012) SOLD
Color: GREY Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $7900
Rare daily driver with original saxomat parts still with car. This car has identical color combination as Jay Lenos '58 Saab. Car has new brakes all around and rebuilt engine. It needs restoration but very nice solid car. May consider partial trade.
- 1967 Saab 95 V4 (Posted 5/9/2012) SOLD
Color: Grey Trans: Manual Mileage: 00000 Price: $500
This car is basically just a rolling shell but has almost no rust or damage. Ideal donor if you have a rusty complete car. Price is negotiable depending on what parts you want to go with the car. I can include enough parts to assemble a 95% complete car including engine, trans, complete interior, extra body panels, bumpers, etc. Contact me for additional information and photos. Thank you.
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 5/7/2012) SOLD
Color: yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: 132,000 Price: $3100
My summer ride is up for sale. It has been well cared for, but its time to find a new owner. It runs great, and has been checked out by my saab shop (all available) ,and is ready to roll. It has the old V4 and needs a valve job to upgrade to unleaded gas, but still runs great. The tires and clutch are new. The price due to engine work has been adjusted accordingly. Check it out if a fun ride is your summer pleasure.
- 1969 Saab 96 (Posted 2/15/2012) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 72,000 Price: $9,800
Originally a Southwest car. I am the third owner. Car has original paint, in excellent condition, chrome is perfect. No rust or bodywork. Interior is original red and gray vinyl, and is beautiful, no rips or tears in upholstery, perfect dashpad, wood steering wheel. Trunk area is perfect with original pad. Not sure if jack has been out of car. New clutch slave and line, rebuilt clutch master, new fuel pump. Webber carb, upgraded alternator and coil, petronix. Bilstein shocks, newer springs and exhaust. Runs and shifts great. All hose replaced with Gates green stripe aircraft hoses. If you are looking for an extremely clean car that is close to original, this is a very nice example. I have plenty of photos from all angles including interior and engine bay.
- 1957 Saab 93 (Posted 12/30/2011) SOLDColor: Black Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $9,000
1957 Saab 93 with suicide doors, split windshield, pull lever starter, and lots of parts. I worked on this saab about 5 years ago. The motor, crank shaft, brakes, generator/water pump, have been rebuilt. The radiator was recored. She has new exhaust, tires, and lots of other parts. A few years ago I was driving it around. It ran well. The interior looks great. She has been sitting inside for a few years now. She is almost finished. She needs a little more work and needs to be washed. She needs some more debugging, front shocks, and a little bit of body work. I hate to sell her. The parts are worth the money without the 57 saab. It includes good engine blocks, gear boxes, several rebuilt cranks, NOS parts, manuals, several rebuilt temperature gauges, water pump rebuild kits, extra
windows, doors, dashboards, exhaust pieces, and many more parts that are crucial to a restoration. It is an excellent parts stash.<
- 1960 Saab 96 (Posted 1/17/2012) SOLDColor: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $4495
Very early, rare, model 96 with pull lever start see
n in 93s. Car runs and drives well. Car has recently had a 4 wheel brake job w/ new wheel cylinders, shoes and hoses, new clutch,
gas tank cleaned, rebuilt water pump generator (including new parts), NOS front and rear muffler. Car has the original 850cc engin
e with a GT 750 crankshaft. Includes original Blaupunkt radio. Enjoy driving
car now, as is, but great potential for future restoration.
- 1961 Saab 96 (Posted 1/23/2012) SOLDColor: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 19,826 Price: $16,850
This 1961 SAAB model 96 is close to show room condition. Its 2 stroke engine has been gone through. Every chance I got to buy new parts from SAAB Sweden for the project, I did. I own the dealership in Syracuse, NY that has been stand alone SAAB for 48 years. I purchased the car from a barn sale and the inspection sticker was dated 1974. Car was very solid. Not sure if mileage is accurate although seller's wife thought so. Car has 2 year old ground up restoration including $8000.00 worth of paint. If you love SAAB's, this is the car to buy and cherish.
- 1969 Saab 96VX (Posted 12/5/2011) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $800
Dad bought this car new and it has stayed in the family. Original bill of sale and waranty paperwork. Also have dad's fuel/maintance log. Clutch replaced in '96. Electric fuel pump in 2006. Rear brake shoes come with it. Good tires. Great daily driver. Lots of miles left in it.
- 1973 Saab 96 (Posted 10/14/2011) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 58,500 Price: $2900
1973 Saab 96. Bought from original owner 9-07-2011. Original 58,500 miles. California car with Pink Slip (title) and bill of sale from original owner. Not registered so you would be the second owner. Shipped back east and tuned up including complete fluid change. Replaced carburetor and fuel tank. Replaced CV joints (came with split boots) and front brake pads and pistons. Runs great. Starts with one key turn only. No internal rust...these cars can not be found in this condition back east. Car is complete. No room for the
car with my other four vintage Saab's. Many photos can be emailed upon request.
- 1967 Saab 96-V4 (Posted 10/24/2011) SOLD
Color: Grey Trans: Manual Mileage: 58,7XX Price: $3600
Runs and drives well. Solid. Not a show car but a nice driver! Stainless brake hoses, performance exhaust, 1bbl Weber. Moving forces reluctant sale. Please call Mark for more details (Phone is preferred method of contact).
- 1972 Saab 95 (Posted 7/6/2011) SOLD
Color: White Trans: Manual Mileage: 193,348 Price: $1800
Engine & tranny rebuilt approximately 10k miles ago. Highlights: Euro-style
headlights, Steel balance shaft gear, Two-barrel carb, Electric cooling fan,
Recent Bosch ignition, New battery, Custom-built trailer hitch, Will include a
1973 Saab 96 parts car as well if needed. There is some rust through the floorboards that I'm told can be repaired. (That is why I have reduced the price.)
I can also sell the rack separately if you desire.
- 1966/6 Saab 96 (Posted 6/28/2011) SOLD
Color: red Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $850
1966 (2-stroke) & 1968 (V4) barn finds, very little rust on each, neither has been run since '84. Have titles, interior on '68
is OK, '66 is shot. Complete cars, bring a trailer; or two. '66 has nice factory wood steering wheel.
Email for more pics.
- 1965 Saab Monte Carlo Model 96 (Posted 3/7/2011) SOLDColor: Glacier Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: Unknown Price: $5500
This Monte is special, it lived all it's life before my garage in Georgia. There is little or no rust,one little hole in the floor the size of a pencil lead. The car runs good and drives good. The engine compartment still needs painting and some of the interior needs to be finished but very presentable. Serious inquiries only! With a litte work you will have a super car.
- 1953 Saab 92 (Posted 3/28/2011) SOLDColor: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $6000
This is an excellent example of a Saab 92. I had it shipped from Sweden a few years ago. I am the second owner. This car is original. It is in great shape with no rust. It has many extras that show that it has spent most of its life in Sweden. I am having the front seats reupholstered with fabric that matches the finished back seats. It is looking sharp. It has new tires and strong brakes. Currently it is being stored for the winter and just needs to be washed. When I first bought the car I had the radiator recored and it has had overheating problems after that. I believe the radiator wasn't recored correctly. That is a small job, though. I am sad to see it go.
- 1970 Saab 96 v4 (Posted 3/21/2011) SOLDColor: yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: 35,000 Price: $5500
For you who follow 96's up for auction this one was the one from Binghamton, NY 2 years ago which was is garage storage most of it's life. For a unrestored car it is in very good condition with all original parts. I have had the transmission rebuilt, installed breakerless ignition,and have had a major tuneup at Mike Greico Saab. It has, what I believe, 35000 original miles on it. I have many photos and will discuss details with any interested either by phone or E-Mail.
- 1959 Saab 93B (Posted 3/28/2011) SOLDColor: light blue / red Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $2,000
Solid shell from Arizona. Needs everything except welding. Well, maybe a tiny bit of welding, just a small perforated area of the floor behind the driver's seat, but not related to any seams. No motor, interior, trim, half the glass is missing or broken. The front drums are from a '65. The rear axle is bent. I think the engine pan hit a rock hard and slightly wrinkled the passenger side inner fender, but it can be pulled out. I have some parts that can go with the car, but not enough to make it complete by any means, and what you take may affect the price. The photos are a few years old, but it has been garaged since then. Perfect candidate for a vintage race car.
- 1970 Saab 96 (Posted 3/28/2011) SOLDColor: Purple Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $3000
Whenever I drive this car, it is so fun. It is peppy. There is no rust on this car. The interior looks good. The exterior needs to be buffed. This car is a great car to drive. It has good tires, brakes, and engine. I am currently storing it for the winter. I bought the car from a man in Texas. It has a solid body. The rear muffler needs to be replaced and it needs a tune up. I have many parts that go with this car, including a replacement engine. I am so upset to see this car go.
- 1963 Saab Saab 96 (Posted 10/28/2010) SOLD
Color: red Trans: Manual Mileage: 90,000 Price: $2,800
1963 Saab 96. V4 Engine, 4 speed, hydraulic clutch and electric fan. New tires, battery, brake lines, wheel cylinders and front boots. Mechanically sound. Engine rebuilt. Gas tank cleaned and lined. Needs paint and interior. Body straight with very little rust. Have all receipts. Additional photos are available. Call for additional information.
- 1970 Saab 95 v4 wagon (Posted 11/30/2010) SOLDColor: green Trans: Manual Mileage: 68,000 Price: $1850 OBO
A rare opportunity to own the very difficult to find vintage Saab 95 v4 wagon. Was a daily driver until previous owner suffered engine failure last December. Comes with old engine, which only needs new timing gears. With a very little work, this is a very cool driver once again. No place to keep it for the winter and up to my eyeballs with other projects. Can help with transport, but must be arranged separately. 1498cc v4, rebuilt spring 2010 with NOS mechanical fuel pump, water pump. 1698cc v4 extra motor, only needs balance shaft gear for rebuild. 4 speed on the column manual. New battery. Needs clutch master and slave cylinders rebuilt. Runs fine but could use carburetor rebuild. Hand brake cables need reconnecting. Very good tires, steel wheels, matching hubcaps. Lights, signals, horn, wipers, washer, heater, blower, etc all operate properly. Interior: good door panels, headliner, rear upholstery. A few tears in front seat covers but otherwise intact. Patchy replacement carpets. Body: Driver side floor and other sheet metal repair work nicely done by previous owner. Silver dollar size hole by left headlight - I have a rust free front fender to replace it. 5" long rust spot under the left rocker, and a small spot under the right. The frame integrity is not compromised at all. The floor pan on the passenger side was replaced by a previous owner. It's in good shape, and the floors are solid. The driver door has a little ru
st along the bottom seam but not too serious; the passenger door is rust free. Usual vulnerable areas like fender seams, shock tower
s, engine mounts, frame beams, rear door and spoiler are in very good shape. Vintage roof rack. Photo album at: http://s1224.photobu
cket.com/albums/ee377/sastultz/rare%201970%20Saab%2095%20wagon/ Will consider swap for automatic transmission Saab or Volvo for teen
- 1967 Saab 96 Monte Carlo 850 (Posted 7/6/2010) SOLD
Color: Beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 123k Price: $1,500
Great car for parts or restoration project. Needs front floor replaced, several rust holes in rear floor/trunk area. It has a good s
tandard 850 engine that is in the car now. I do have a 850 MC engine and oil tank that is included with the car. Has been sitting fo
r 15 years, time for a new home. Email for more details and pictures.
- 1969 Saab 96 Deluxe (Posted 5/5/2010) SOLD
Color: yellow Trans: Manual Mileage: Price: $2400
1969 96 Deluxe. Have steadily improved the car over five years of ownership. New tires, new starter, nearly new alternator, radiat
or, and thermostat. Engine is very strong, transmission is quiet. Interior is nice and includes good speakers and CD/radio.
- 1968 Saab Model 96 (Posted 3/18/2010) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 0 Price: $6700
This is an extraordinary "find". This 3 owner fully documented car has more NOS parts with ZERO miles than any I've EVER s
een or heard about.The last owner spent a small fortune on his dream car with a rebuilt and BALANCED engine built by one of the Nort
h Wests premiere shops. The transmission was rebuilt by Bud Clark.The rebuild included virtually unobtanium parts NEW rubber & h
oses CV joints,Ashcraft 34 ICH Weber carb. Interior is 9 out of 10 with no rips or tears. Dash cap is cracked.Fresh tune and fluids
ready for a coast to cost trip & I would be happy to deliver this car ANYWHERE in North America for expenses :-)
- 1971 Saab 95 (Posted 1/22/2010) SOLD
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 97,000 Price: $3000 OBO
I am reluctantly selling my 1971 Saab wagon. First of all this car runs and drives great. The highlight of the car, truly is the eng
ine - it runs like a dream! It is a high compression 1700 with a double barrel intake and new Weber carb. The top end has been rebu
ilt and the bottom end was rebuilt about a year ago, the heads were gone through at Dan Halls here in Portland and hardened seats we
re added (done about six months ago). Most of the engine work was done by Garth or Tom at A&T in Portland. Medal timing gears,
high flow oil pump, slight exhaust porting.... and the list goes on. The car has new SS break lines, SS clutch hose, new clutch sla
ve, new rear shocks, Saab 900 Alt, new battery, high flow electric cooling fan run off a thermostat. The axles were just gone throug
h, regreased and new boots added where needed. It has a set of studded Nokia's and another set of all seasons on separate rims. This
is a get in it and drive anywhere car. I drive the car everyday around town and I drive it up to Mt. Hood once or twice a week to g
o snowboarding. You really must drive the car to really appreciate what has been done. The paint is worn, but the car is solid and p
retty straight. http://s40.photobucket.com/albums/e243/keepnitreal2/NEW%20SAAB%20PICS/
- 1972 Saab 95 Wagon (Posted 11/17/2009) SOLD
Color: Beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 69,000 Price: $600
1972 Saab 95 Wagon, Runs well. Car has been sitting for 8+ years. This car is 98% complete and original. What I mean by this is an o
ld car, things get removed and not replaced. Under hood and interior is original. I flushed gas lines, replaced fuel filter, dissemb
led carb to clean out gunk that has been sitting for a while. Set points, timing and adjusted valves. Car fired right up and purrs.
Paint is all original and car has never been in an accident. All metal around front and rear end is not damaged. Car has rust in the
typical placed except the doors are NOT rusted. Floor boards, an area under the rear seat and Rear fenders have rust on the top. Se
e pictures. With a complete detail and a wax job, this car could be a fun daily driver. Contact Jerry Danner 303-910-5520 Cell for d
- 1968 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 12/7/2009) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 120,000 Price: $500
Daily driver with current NYS inspection. Needs a clutch but can be driven as is. Recent engine rebuild, runs strong and smooth. MSS
exhaust. Shell is generally solid but not perfect. Interior complete but rough around the edges except for perfect original dash pa
d. Comes with steelies,rings,caps and four tires. Soccerballs available at additional cost.
- 66 Saab 96 2-stroke (Posted 11/3/2009) SOLD
Color: Trans: Manual Mileage: over50k Price: $100 OBO
I was a Saab mechanic around '67 to '72 and must get rid of my old projects which are never going to happen. There are several in my
collection and they are all in sad shape but I would like the parts to go where they will be appreciated. I have listed one because
with a lot of work maybe one could be saved. Some Sonnett stuff also. Condition of all is rough. Contact for pictures and/or info.<
- 1967 Saab Model 96 (Posted 11/9/2009) SOLD
Color: Grey Trans: Automatic Mileage: 2200 Price: $6750
There are epic cars and epic projects. This car has been both. The 1967 Model 96 De Luxe V-4 was the end of an e
ra for Saab. The 1967 had no power assist and a very direct steering. It gave direct input and required the drivers full participati
on. From the wood Monte Carlo steering wheel to the rumble from the Jetex Exhaust The experience is a drivers delight. As a car tha
t I wanted to be able to drive anywhere at any time reliability is the most important factor. Mechanically this is one of the best e
xamples of a 1967 Model 96 V-4. The car has been rebuilt from the wheel bearings out. New seals wheel cylinders bearings rotors and
drums, stainless steel brake lines. Transmission was rebuilt by ScanWest. Engine rebuild was recently completed by Fred Ankeny. Engi
ne & flywheel balanced over sized valves heads ported, forged pistons 40 over, Weber 2 barrel carb, Steel timing gears, and so o
n. The end result is 92 bhp on the dyno or WHOEEEEEEEEEEE on the road. Engine & transmission mounts were replaced, oil cooler an
d new triple core radiator All hydraulics were replaced with NOS and heavy duty clutch & throw out bearing were used. Suspension
includes New KYB Gas adjust shocks front & rear and MSS Springs on all corners. Reinforced Rally A-arms were used in front.
This is one of the flattest cornering 96's I've ever driven and will be appreciated every mile. Over 10k was spent on the mechanical
s to date. The headliner and all rubber seals including trunk and hood were replaced. The labor tab was over 1200. There are NO le
aks even in Oregon's wettest weather. What remains is the to paint or not to paint process. I'm going to leave that to the new owner
to complete. The new owner can drive this car home confident it will safely make the trip....around the corner or across the countr
- 1970 Saab 96 Sedan (Posted 9/11/2009) SOLD
Color: Metallic Black Trans: Manual Mileage: 60,297 Price: $550
It is time to part with my 1970 Saab 96 Sedan. It has spent most of the past 15+ years setting in the garage. Last driven a few bl
ocks a couple of years ago. Drive train seems to be in good condition. Body in fair condition. Good glass. Interior reupholstere
d in 1992 & still looks very good. In need of floor repair & new tires before it is drivable. Other possible minor repairs
needed due to the amount of time it has been setting.
- 1971 Saab 96 PICK-UP TRUCK (Posted 9/3/2009) SOLD
Color: Asst Trans: Manual Mileage: 69,999 Price: $2100
This is a once in a lifetime project for a dedicated Saab Lover that treasures the unique. Located in Portland Oregon. It was runnin
g 6months ago and was driven from Eastern Oregon to Portland. The carb started to leak and the owner started to disassemble things..
.... All that said we have it "running again" BUT it needs major work. Best plan on getting the work done first or trailer
ing it home. It is currently parked at Garth Ankeny's Trackside Enterprises in Portland and he works on and actively Rally's a Model
96 and should the new owner desire can do all needed work. The car is currently on e-bay and can be seen at this link:
- 1959 Saab 93B (Posted 10/13/2009) SOLD
Color: Black Trans: Automatic Mileage: Price: $4600
Solid car with some rust in usual areas but originally a southern car according to previous owner. Car has '66 or so triple carb en
gine that runs but needs some tuning. Car is black with red interior, needs complete restoration but glass and hard to find parts a
re all present. It is getting hard to find these cars today!
- 1971 Saab V4 95 Wagon (Posted 10/9/2009) SOLD
Color: green Trans: Manual Mileage: 100,000 Price: $1500
solid daily driver, interior excellent, selling due to need a automatic, my wifes 1978 99 gle for sale has a transmission noise, so
we are selling it and the 95 so she can get a newer car...call for more details.
- 1971 Saab 96 (Posted 8/6/2009) SOLD
Color: Dark Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 85,000 Price: $1200
I am appealing to the SAAB Gods to have mercy on my 96. I am loosing storage and want to find a good home for my old friend. I hav
e owned this car for 20yrs, it has been in indoor storage for the past 10. It will need a clutch(new clutch included). I have tracke
d down almost all options over the years, AC, headrest inserts, roof rack, the car has rebuilt transmission with sonett ring and pin
ion. Also included is the beginnings of a rebuilt engine,bored block,new pistons,bearing,gaskets,and hotter cam from MSS. The body
is very solid but in need of a door and a rear fender, again parts included. Rust had started in firewall but was arrested by my mig
welder and POR15. Reasonable offers considered as well as possible delivery within New England also. Thanks for looking and pleas
e consider providing a good home.
- 1964 Saab 96 (Posted 8/27/2009) SOLD
Color: beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 88,822 Price: $2900 OBO
Car has been stored in a pole barn for the last 7 years. The man we got it from drove it there and it hasn't been moved since. A res
torer looked at it and said the car was in remarkable condition and highly restorable. Interior is in great condition. It appears to
never have been wrecked but has a few dings. We need to move this car because we no longer own the pole barn where it is stored. Ju
st make offer. Could possibly deliver.
- 1969 Saab 95 Station Wagon (Posted 6/9/2009) SOLD
Color: Multiple colors -orig. Green Trans: Manual Mileage: ??? Price: $1200
Running four stroke FoMo V4 engine. Needs gas tank. Paint is a mess. Previous owner chose multiple hues of spray paint from Walmart.
Body is solid with a bit of rust on inner interior panel. Not visible from outside and easily repairable. Tires hold air but are ol
d. Glass is good. Interior is rough, but seems to be all there.Headliner is OK. Transmission shifts fine. Included are LF turn signa
l lens (just acquired), rebuild kits for front calipers, rebuild kit for carburetor (original 2 barrel FoMoCo) and some literature.
Buyer should plan to trailer the car for any distance, though I did drive it to Winterville from Savannah, GA. Any offer considered
or partial trades. Thanks for looking.
- 1969 Saab 96 (Posted 6/29/2009) SOLD
Color: Beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 27,813 Price: $3350
Mileage is accurate. Body is solid and above average. Interior clean but will need rear seat back recovered. Car runs but needs a li
ttle mechanical work. Dealership shop manual. Fun car to drive. I've owned it for years.
- 1969 Saab 95 wagon (Posted 4/28/2009) SOLD
Color: blue Trans: Manual Mileage: unknown Price: $500 OBO
No time + patience to finish my project = your gain! She ran and shifted well when driven into garage many years ago. Stripped her
down and began aquireing parts years ago. New parts: radiator, muffler, front exhaust, ashcraft heater valve, brake pads, tie rods
. Good parts: all glass, regulators, front fenders, grill(s), direcional lens, dash, seats/covers, weatherstrip, mirrors, carpet +
many more. Can be restored, but serious rust makes it beyond my means. Bring a trailer - shes apart and in boxes. You must take a
- 1968 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 4/24/2009) SOLD
Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: unknown Price: $1,000
1968 Saab 96 V4 1500cc, mileage unknown. Interior rough, body is solid with some superficial rust, except bottoms of doors are rust
ed through. Excellent engine and tranny. Clear title. Many spare parts. Much loved car of 27 years, looking for a new home with
another Saab nut. Details: http://www.danacartwright.com/saab96/
- 1970 Saab Sedan 96 V4 (Posted 9/4/2008) SOLD
Color: silver Trans: Manual Mileage: 92,628 Price: $4200
Classic 1970 SAAB 96. Great running condition, clean interior, new upholstery, wooden steering wheel. Many extra parts, owners manua
ls. Complete engine and transmission overhaul. New radiator core. New upolstery.
- 1970 Saab 96 V4 (Posted 2/6/2009) SOLD
Color: beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 47,422 Price: $1500
1970 Saab model 96 with 47422??? on the odometer,VIN #566534, rust free body, paint fair, interior good,soccer balls, frt seats need
work..Great restore project or good as daily driver..Last ran around Oct. 2007 then parked when we started our new home..We ran sho
rt of money and all car projects have been cancelled for now..Free 1973 96 parts car included with full offer..Thanks for looking a
nd feel free to call me for more details..
- 1968 Saab 96 (Posted 5/29/2008) SOLD
Color: beige Trans: Manual Mileage: 133,000 Price: $2500 OBO
V4 engine, 4-spd. on column, runs very well. Car has been in the family for 20 years, lightly driven and garaged. Some rust on doo
rs, interior is excellent. Currently registered, inspected in VT, and driven regularly. Call or email for details.
- 1967 Saab Model 95 (Posted 2/20/2008) SOLDColor: Two tone Trans: Manual Mileage: 1,000 Price: $6750
Here is a rare, clean, reliable, fun, example of one of Saab~Rs most useful and economical vehicles. It's in great shape for her age, does not smoke, make any unusual noise and has its power enhanced by a brand new 34 ICH carburetor for your driving pleasure. The transmission has just completed an overhaul by Bud Clark. Bud also went through the car and replaced the water pump and tuned it including setting the valves and fixed several previous ~Sfixes~T that were not up to his standard. It was painted a couple of years ago and the interior was restored at the cost of over 10k. She is accident and rust free. It has a couple of scratches, interior is good not perfect, shows normal wear. The bottom line is this car has just completed over a 1,000 mile trip and its mechanical condition is such that you can leave on a coast to coast trip tomorrow and expect not to have a hitch. 6750.00 Call me with any questions.
- 1969 Saab 96 (Posted 2/13/2008) SOLD
Color: WHITE Trans: Manual Mileage: 37,000 Price: $6000
pristine saab 96 all original interior .recent exterior paint original color . no rust recent mass inspection sticker one of a kind call for more details.
- 1969 Saab 96 (Posted 4/9/2008) SOLDColor: teal Trans: Manual Mileage: 79,056 Price: $1500
69 Saab model 96. Hardly driven for the past 3 years. A lot of work done on the car. I have all the paperwork. Looking to sell it for my mother. Exterior of the car in great shape. I would say interior is good. Feel free to call or email to come look at the car. Additional photos on request.
- 1972 Saab 96 (Posted 3/25/2008) SOLDColor: pearlescent white Trans: Manual Mileage: 0 on rebui Price: $8,500
Fresh engine built to 120 bhp by Andy Bittenbinder. Transmission rebuilt by Andy as well. Custom interior from a SAAB 900 Turbo, dash and steering wheel from a SAAB Monte Carlo. New Michellins on painted Sonnet Soccerball rims. Gorgeous pearl white paint with ghost stripe that runs the length of the car and has custom V4 logo on front and back. Rare chin spoiler. Not much needs to be done to finish this car. I have all the parts to complete this beauty, but no longer have the time or a garage. Must sell. For additional pictures go to www.fasadesign.com call or email Ben.
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