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We bought our daughter one exactly like that, same color and all (cloth interior though) in the late 90's. With ultra clean, low mileage SPG's and turbo convertibles bringing $12K to $15K pretty routinely, $6K to $9k is market correct for cars like that. While non-turbo, autos aren't as prized by Saabanistas, what's driving the market on cars like this are people who aren't the hard core Saab enthusiasts. The C900 resonates with a lot of people and is the car most people think of when they think of Saabs--probably a bit of nostalgia thing and people who wanted one back in the day. This is how cars make the transition from cheap used cars to cherished classics. There are still bargains out there but they're getting rare.
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