You are looking at a 1992 SAAB 900 Turbo Convertible. I have owned the car since October of 2014, and purchased it after my 1986 SAAB 900 was totaled in an accident. This was my first convertible, 4th Classic SAAB 900. PA state inspection good through October 2016. This car has had a lot of work done to it, and I have receipts for some of it from a very well-regarded SAAB/Volvo/Mercedes shop in the area. I am selling because I had a chance to pick up a 2001 Viggen, which if you know SAABs, you know it’s kind of the Holy Grail.  Let’s start with the documented work by Euro Motors in Harrisburg. In 2012, the speedometer was replaced. I have signed documentation of this. The speedo reads 149,893, but is actually 122,163. Clock spring, new rotors, and steering column bushing done at this time. In 2013, the head gasket was replaced and the head resurfaced. Alternator replaced at this time with a Bosch unit. Obviously new coolant and thermostat done as well. $2,650 worth of repairs from these two events alone. Work I have done to the car – replaced muffler with a Bosal unit. Replaced IAC with a German-made aftermarket unit. Replaced ignition coil with Bosch unit. Replaced ECU with tested and working Bosch unit. 4 new Vredestein Quatrac tires in November of 2015 (probably less than 1,000 miles on them). Fuel filter, plugs/wires/rotor/cap, all fluids have been replaced by me (except coolant, as noted above). This includes changing out the Type F trans fluid one quart at a time at each oil change. An old-school SAAB guy recommended this to me, and I think it’s good advice for the automatics. I have replaced most vacuum hoses with hi-temp silicone.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States