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So I got the news I least wanted to hear. Transmission is shot and needs to be rebuilt. My fiance is tired of me (and now US) spending money to fix the Saab. $450 in February on a cog set, $550 2 weeks ago on new front shocks, ball joints etc, $120 last week on a new battery. Now potentially $1500 - $1800 on a rebuilt tranny. I love this car, but when do I stop putting money into it? Anyone with any rationale for keeping the ride, I'm all ears. Most importantly, talking points for my fiancee would be helpful. She is not a car person like me, so to her its just a numbers thing. It has about 170,000 miles on it and thousands of bucks in receipts. '92 900 Turbo 5-speed. Thanks all. -gfreshski1
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