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Can you help me get an accurate valuation for my Saab 900 Convertible?

I'm selling a 1992 Saab 900 2.0-litre, LPT, convertible in red with a black roof. How much should I advertise it for?

Asked on 13 March 2019 by Gill Davies

Answered by Keith Moody
It could be anywhere from £1500 up to £4k+ - it's hard to say without knowing a bit more about the spec and the mileage/history. We asked Alex Rankin at the Saab Owners' Club GB and he had this to say: 'Any Saab with less than 100k on the clock now is considered worth having and adds value. Leather interior is sought after, but most are a bit shabby now. So if the interior is in good condition that adds value. I’ll stick my neck out and say in nice condition, with a good MoT history, reasonable mileage slightly more than 100k, and with a roof in good working condition and a good interior, I’d put its value at £3 to £3.5k. If it’s ‘really’ nice, and shall we say 80k on the clock then £4k and more is achievable. The LPT is nice, but obviously, a FPT will be potentially worth more, especially if it has the plastic body kit (which is not to my taste actually) and is a T16s version.'
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