Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 03:28:29 GMT
From: Retro Bob <uctraingnospamanet.com>
Subject: Re: when did Saab (aka GM) stop making NG900's? was is 2003?


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 convertible top mechanism got a rework. There are minor trim differences in the interior. Motors went turbo only in the USA and they bumped the HP a little with ECU changes. Eventually the 185HP motor went away. Tronic-7 came out in 2000(?). All of the accumulated fixes from the NG900 were included, of course. Still more evolution than revolution. Most parts plug-n-play from one to the other until 2003.

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