1999 Saab 93 Sedan Low Miles No Reserve on 2040-cars
Year:1999Mileage:115235Color: of this car as you can see by the pictures looks great
Bel Air, Maryland, United States
You are looking at a good running good looking 93 4DR HATCHBACK.This car hits the road great the 2.0 liter turbo charged 4 cylinder motor runs quiet and strong and the transmission shifts smooth . It does have a check engine light on but does not seem to affect the way it drives (P0455 CODE EVAP LEAK) Power windows (except the right rear window),sunroof ,locks and radio all working order,AC is not blowing cold ,car is a pleasure to drive
The exterior of this car as you can see by the pictures looks great ,the body is straight it has a nice shine, there some scratches around the car (shown) ,did not see any rust, the underneath looks good, all in all a good looking car
The interior of the car as you can also see by the pictures is looks good no noticeable rips or tares the drivers seat dies show some normal wear. the rest of it looks great leather , healiner and carpets in good shape ,it is nice and clean no strange smells,just a nice enviorment to drive in,
This is a good running good looking SAAB 93 IS BEING SOLD WITH NO RESERVE WHICH MEANS IT WILL SELL TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER WHATEVER THE PRICE, SO IF YOU DONT HAVE THE MONEY TO BUY PLEASE DONT BID .
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