1991 Saab 900 S Turbo Convertible 2-door 2.0l on 2040-cars
Salem, Massachusetts, United States
I AM SECOND OWNER. CAR HAS 0 RUST, AND NEVER SEEN A WINTER. CAR RUNS STRONG. NEW BATTERY THIS YEAR, TIRES ABOUT 5K, ALTERNATOR A FEW YEARS OLD. CLUTCH SLAVE AND MASTER CYLINDERS REPLACED LAST FEW YEARS. TOP IS LIKE NEW AND OPENS AND CLOSES PERFECT, EVERY THING WORKS EXCEPT THE A/C WHICH NEEDS A HOSE AND RECHARGE TO WORK AGAIN. ODOMETER STARTED TO ACT FUNNY A FEW YEARS AGO AND SOMETIMES DOES NOT WORK. I SUSPECT CAR HAS ABOUT 95K. ITS GETTING RARE TO FIND THESE CARS WITH NO RUST AND LOW MILES. THANKS FOR LOOKING
Saab 900 for Sale
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Mon, 27 Aug 2012 13:29:00 EST
It appears Spyker is strengthen its ties and carmaking ability with Chinese carmaker Youngman. This comes in the wake of the brand's latest dealings with a $3 billion lawsuit against General Motors regarding the demise of Saab.
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 08:01:00 EST
Youngman is reportedly investing €10,000,000 ($12.5M USD) for a 29.9-percent stake in the company. The shares are being sold for €0.05 (6.3 cents) each, representing a fully diluted share. Youngman has said it will not take on more than the 29.9-percent stake.
Additionally, Youngman will invest €25,000,000 ($31M) for the development of an all-new Spyker vehicle, called the D8 P2P, named for the Peking-to-Paris rally. The vehicle had been shown as a concept by Spyker previously, but things had been quiet since then. It appears Spyker will now build the uniquely styled D8 Concept shown above. The vehicle is to launch at the end of 2014 and carry a price of $250,000 per vehicle.
For a fleeting moment a few weeks ago, the news from Saab-owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden appeared almost positive. The company had its reorganization plan approved (a day after it was denied), and the automaker was actually showing a real, running vehicle, albeit one with a top speed of 75 miles per hour. But those tiny crumbs of potential goodness have been swept away because NEVS has announced layoffs of as many as 200 factory employees in September "due to lack of work."
Tue, 09 Oct 2012 09:15:00 EST
Workers probably shouldn't get too eager to return to the factory either, because company's "decision to re-start production will be further delayed" by an unspecified amount of time, NEVS says in a press release. To begin assembling cars again, the company needs to find long-term funding and a new majority owner. Those seem like two very steep hurdles for the embattled automaker to clear.
Despite not producing cars since May, NEVS still claims it's negotiating with a new owner, possibly Mahindra, but according to Reuters, the Swedish company owes about 400 million kronor ($56 million) to creditors. According to its layoff announcement, getting rid of these workers is one step in the business' reorganization plan to be presented on October 8. Scroll down to read its full release.
According to Just-Auto.com Victor Muller wasn't a fan of the Saab Griffin logo. The executive was quoted as saying he wanted to "abolish" the Griffin logo and return to the airplane emblem. Muller made it clear that if he'd had his way, the propeller would have replaced the Griffin across the Saab lineup long ago.
National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the company that recently bought Saab, was forced to abandon the Griffin logo due to the fact that the emblem is still used by truck manufacturer Scania. The manufacturer is reportedly concerned about potential Chinese counterfeiting - NEVS is owned by Youngman, a Chinese automaker - though it's unclear how that relationship would lead to illegal copies.
Either way, NEVS has said the loss of the Griffin logo isn't that important to the company so long as it can continue to build on the Saab name. Muller, meanwhile, said he wishes NEVS luck in the company's electric-vehicle endeavor, but that he doesn't understand its new business model.