Always had that "problem" with my 1998 900S, and it's nothing to get worried over. Like SeeVTSaab said, more or less a "feature" of this car just to tell you that it's "cold." I was told that it has something to do with the fluid inside the front shocks when it gets to freezing, but I'm not sure. Does the sound go away after drving it for a while, or does it still persist? If it does, then definitely sounds like the swaybar bushings. A little white lithium grease should take care of that crunching/squeaking noise, otherwise the car should still be structuraly sound and safe to drive.
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