Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 02:27:31 GMT
From: devil <devilnospamlobal.net>
Subject: Re: when did Saab (aka GM) stop making NG900's? was is 2003?


On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 10:34:57 +0000, Bengt ÷sterdahl wrote: > On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 03:28:29 GMT, Retro Bob <uctraingnospamanet.com> wrote: > >>On Sun, 28 Nov 2004 11:36:12 GMT, Johannes H Andersen >><johsnospamfitter.com> wrote: >> >>>I wonder if someone has a list of the 1100 changes? >> >>Some of them were relatively small... like we changed the washers on >>the convertible top control arms, that sort of thing. The number is >>rather meaningless. >> >>FWIW, many parts still interchange from the NG900 to 9~3. The big >>exterior differences were the bumper covers and side skirts, if >>included. I think everything else still bolts on, car for car. >>The grill changed but they are interchangeable. The rear lights vary >>but they varied within the NG900 line. > > The most obvious change (in my opinion) was that the rear license plate was > relocated to a position between the rear lights. Before they were located > under the rear light panel. In my opinion the change really enhanced the > look of the car. > >> Eventually the 185HP motor went away. > > But it returned. At least in 2002 you could order the 9-3 (first > generation) with a 185 HP engine. My 2000 93 has it. Standard engine in the Canadian (and I would think the US) version of the non-SE 93.

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