What did the Saab Turbo driver say to his passengers? Brace yourself for the turbo kick will make your neck Thor. Okay, that was a bad. But it had to be done because I can’t just post this car with awesome gold Saab soccer ball alloys and not make some joke about the seller’s name […]
The OG Saab 900 classic platform (1978-1994) was a mild upgrade on the older Saab 99 platform. This means you still get an engine mounted backwards AND at a jaunty 45 degree angle mated to the front tires, but the 900 was faster and more refined than the old 99. From a roll, a vintage […]
There was a time when $1500 got you a fairly drivable car that you could drive around town and restore in your spare time…but the nasty thing called inflation has driven the price of all but the rustiest boat anchors up a few digits and now a $1500 Saab that needs a transmission might be a good deal. Find this 1986 Saab 900 Turbo offered for $1500 in Bay Shore, NY via craigslist.
Normal people who own a convertible Saab and want to change the suspension would consider some lowering springs or maybe a set of Bilstein shocks. You can get more aggressive with things like anti-roll bars and wide tires (tyres if you live on the moon) but few owners would consider lifting a turbo Saab, but here we are. This next Saab Convertible has been given a 2.5 inch lift, big tires, and a groovy skid plate. Let’s go bombing off road with the top down! Find this 1994 Saab 900 Turbo offered for $5,500 in Andover, CT via craigslist. Tip from ME.
It is always Thorsday here at DT, but today is also All Saints Day, so you might expect the next car to be a Volvo P1800…but SURPRISE, it isn’t. It is, however, powered by a later model turbo engine and in serious need of a coat of paint that doesn’t look like a used piece […]
It may be me, but the classic Saab 900’s seem to be aging very well and are a standout from the 1980’s time period . Their distinctive shape really stand out amongst the anodyne designs found on the road today. The sleekest and most rare body kit for these cars was called the Air Flow. […]