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Cool article but I'm had enough of Saabs labeled as "quirky". The word is always used and usually in a pejorative manner. I began to associate lazy journalism with its use. Can somebody tell me why the 900 is quirky? I felt there was a real reason behind every aspect. I would say that they are non-traditional but not quirky. Hmm, maybe I've had too much coffee.... Happy Martin Luther King day.
1990 900S. (RIP)
1997 900 convertible (RIP)
1999 9-3 (sold)
2000 9-5 (sold)
1994 900 CE convertible (my baby)
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