some operations like transmission rebuilding etc are beyond the average diy skill set. There are shops will fix it but it will not be cheap or fast -- labor is expensive, and the good guys charge accordingly. Parts are a big issue for a lot of shops to track down, so if you would help with that it might help. I would bet that there are only about 50 techs who really know how to fix an old Saab left in the country. But, if the car is gone thru and repaired properly it will work for a long time with very little repairs needed.
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