Space between front of door and front wheelwell: SHORTER on the 99. Not sure myself, on how much shorter.
Space between rear of door and rear wheelwell: SAME 99 to 900. I even used a piece of 900 3-door from that spot to repair a 99 2-door, and I used all of it from the fold at the B pillar to the flare of the wheel arch. Fit perfectly.
Behind the rear wheelwells, if the cars are hatches, they are the same. 99 sedans are different from 900 sedans which are both different from all hatches, but 90 sedans (85-87 EU only) are the same as 900 sedans... Got it? :-)
In front of he front wheelwells, the structures are completely different for all 99s and 90s, and all 900s. There's practically no 99 item that would work on a 900 here, and even going the other way would be problematic. While the 900 still maintains much of the body line, the 99 is all curves in that area.
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