Have you ever reached the end of your rope with a car? Done, over it, no mas, or get out of here might be some common refrains said when you get to the breaking point. Today’s Saab has a unknown issue that has rendered it immobile and offered at a dirt cheap price. Find this 2005 Saab 9-3 Aero for sale in Bethel, CT for $650 via craigslist.
The seller states the car does not start, but could be an easy fix. Their primary concern at this point is to make the car disappear as they are out of time and patience. The car has a 210 horsepower 4 cylinder engine mated to a automatic transmission. It currently has 144,000 on it.
The car has a few modifications listed: 20% tinted windows, intake, exhaust, and lowering springs. Any turbo Saab can be made into a torque steering tire burner rather cheaply with a aftermarket tune of the Trionic engine management system.
What is the likelihood the car suffers from something simple like a dead direct ignition cassette? Seized engine? Dead starter? Say the car can be bought for $500 and the price of a tow, is it worth the risk? Pro tip: if a seller ever mentions they could part the car out for more money than they are asking, in most cases they wouldn’t know where to start.
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Cory is working on his 1995 Mercedes C36 AMG project and parting out a crappy 1998 Mercedes C43 AMG.