Color: Red Trans: Manual Mileage: 91,412 Price: $5500
Runs and drives nicely. 4 speed and freewheel work perfectly. Feel pump makes noise. Hood latch cable broken. 5 soccer ball wheels and new tires. Engine is clean and it does not use oil. Choke cable is a bit sticky. Dash instruments work. Sometimes the dash lights dont. Exterior lights work. No rust. Amateur restoration and paint job. Interior is very good- if its not the original, it is close approximation. There is a dent the shape and size of a head in the dash... may have been in a wreck. The seam is coming apart in the driver seat about 3 inches- this can't be seen its at the back of it. Original headliner and visors (no rips or tears - funky), goofy steering wheel(I dont know where it came from but it says Saab on it ). Not original radio and the glove box liner is gone. New Battery (yesterday). Can be daily driver: More pictures can be sent via email. Leave message, I'll call back.
Contact: Nick Williams, Detroit Lakes MN Email:Click Here Phone: 218 439 6193
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: ? Price: $2750
Quite an interesting car! Just in from California is this solid 1968 96. The car is modified and has a Mazda Miata drivetrain installed. Firewall, floor pans, fuel tank, seats, tail lights etc all came from the Miata. Steering and brakes done but there are no pedals installed. Engine needs to be wired. Needs to be finished. When it is done it will be a one of a kind car and a blast to drive! Car has a clear California title and is ready to be transferred. I bought the car like it sits now but have zero time to finish. Email me for more photos.
Contact: Greg Smith, Rensselaer NY Email:Click Here Phone: 518-423-5929
Color: Green Trans: Manual Mileage: 200k Price: $4000
This is the best running 96 V4 I've ever owned but I'm selling it to make room in my garage for another project. Recent parts include a rebuilt clutch master cylinder with new hydraulic line, new lower control arm bushings, recored three-row radiator, thermostat, Facet electric fuel pump, and new Magnecor spark plug wires with NGK plugs. New fuel hoses and filters. Other highlights include Weber 34ICH carb, MSS exhaust, Pertonix electronic ignition with Bosch blue coil, smooth shifting transmission with locked-out freewheel, electric radiator fan, braided stainless steel brake hoses. Interior features grey 900 leather seats in the front, 900 seat belts (including three-point in the rear) nice door and side panels and carpet, crack-free dash and a column-mounted tachometer and hardwired USB charger. Exterior recently painted in Rustoleum Camouflage Green with new fender welting. Bumpers and grille done with black Plastidip. Swedish Air Force decals are removable. New Hella 500 driving lights. Wheels are refinished soccerballs with original blue center caps and 175/65-15 Yokohama tires with good tread. Original-style "SAAB" mud flaps and 1978-80 rear spoiler trunk lid handle. Body is less-than-perfect with some bondo and rust spots and the floors have been patched with a combination of welded-in metal and fiberglass. The passenger's side rocker panel needs to be patched. Other parts replaced during my ownership going back to 2004 include ball joints, tie rod ends, brake rotors, parking brake cables, rebuilt brake master cylinder. 1.7L (from a '72) engine rebuilt by previous owner in the late '90s. Not a show car but rather a fun and unique old Saab driver that I've taken on a few long trips, most recently from Kentucky to Pennsylvania and back for Saabs@Carlisle 2017 where it won third place in the Vintage category. Feel free to contact me for more photos and details.
Contact: Jonathan Dennis, Louisville KY Email:Click Here Phone: 502-593-0699
Color: Primer Trans: Manual Mileage: 100,000 Price: $3,950
This car exterior has been completely restored by a
professional restoration shop and is basically ready for paint with some wet
sanding. I have all the chrome pieces, bumpers, tail lights, trunk handle, etc,
to finish putting the car together. The car was running when I parked it, new
battery, brakes work, good exhaust system, tires are fair to good. I have
installed a good running 1969 1.5 v4 and I do have the original 68 engine that
needs to be rebuilt, if the prospective buyer wants it. I just have too many
other projects and I have put a lot of money in this car to do it right. The
Shock towers and floor pans are solid. We are located half way between Scranton,
Pa and Binghamton, NY. Four miles east of I-81 at Exit 211, near South Gibson,
Contact: Donald Snedeker, Clifford Twp PA Email:Click Here Phone: 570-222-3600
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: 23k Price: $11,800 OBRO
Very well maintained and mechanically solid 95 wagon. Extremely rare Saab/Ronal wheels with Dunlop D60 A2 tires, Weber 2-bbl carburetor, Koni shocks in the front and rear, Pertronix electronic ignition, electric radiator fan, operable freewheel clutch, original interior, baked-enamel paint, professionally restored 25 years ago and <23k miles driven since restoration. Complete service documentation since 1968. Many extra parts included. I have owned this car for over a decade and have babied it; keeping up on every aspect of maintenance and wouldn't hesitate to drive it anywhere. Beautiful car all around with only a couple of minor cosmetic issues. Rust free, accident free, never driven in the rain nor in congested traffic and always garage kept. More photos available in classified gallery:
Color: Blue Trans: Manual Mileage: NA Price: $4900
I am selling a very solid 1959 93 B. This car came from spending much if it's life in Arizona. The paint is not pretty and it needs an interior. However, the body is Rock solid as are the floors. The original 750 engine runs but needs rebuilding. The brakes are updated and working along with a good transmission. The dash is quite nice. One can buy a rust bucket and spend thousands or buy this rare solid 93 to restore.