1998 Saab 900 Se Turbo on 2040-cars
Lebanon, Indiana, United States
Up for bid is a 1998 saab 900 se turbo. it has 245 plus thousand miles which were all highway miles. it has had the motor replaced due to old motor throwing a rod. the car is solid though and has leather interior and is all power with a sunroof. The rear deck and side glass have been replaced due to vandalism all of which cost about $700.00 that's why the rear deck is blue. The motor runs good although sometimes dies at stops and the A/C does not work and the gas gauge works intermittently, the display on the auto temp. does not come show anything but fan and all dose work. I have not had any of these things checked out so I cant tell you what it would cost to fix them. For the body the car does have two little rust spots as shown in pictures and a dent above the drivers side rear side window. It does have a new battery. That is about all I know Im just trying to list all honestly so there is no suprises. I will try to answer any questions and send more pictures if needed Thanks for looking
Saab 900 for Sale
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