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I'm looking for a good Saab 99 - where can I find one?

I am looking for a Saab 99 non-turbo. I know the 99 and 900 very well as from the 1970s to the 1990s I had owned six 99s and two 900s. I am of an age now that long distance driving is very rare and I'm only doing about 5 - 6000 miles per year and I am hoping to finish off my driving years in a Saab, in my opinion, the beast cars ever. Hope you can help my search.

Asked on 20 July 2023 by R.John Johnson

Answered by David Ross
If you're looking for a good example of a classic car, as well as searching the Honest John Classics classified ads here: we would suggest trying Saab owners clubs, groups and online communities. Owners who are members of these groups tend to be enthusiastic about the preservation of their cars and also benefit from the shared expertise of the group, so while it doesn't guarantee a good example it does increase your chances of finding a solid car.

Also club members will frequently sell their cars via the group, so being a member yourself is a good way to get access to these cars before the general public. You could also consider placing a wanted ad within these groups as it might catch the attention of someone who is considering selling their car.
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