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SAAB 900

0333 344 2329
ID 5781

Gerrards Cross  

SAAB 900 8-valve coupe with sliding roof panel. This car has been in my family for more than 30 years. It was bought from the then new East London SAAB Dealership, SAAB City, in 1987, (the first SAAB the company sold) by a member of my family. My wife acquired the car in 2000, I believe, and we drove it until the late 2000's, when I parked it up in a ventilated garage. I recovered it several months ago. I had it checked over, serviced, made roadworthy and MOT'd. It was in very good shape, needed very little work, apart from some consumables, like windscreen wipers and a section of the exhaust, and passed its test with no trouble. When he bought it, the first owner had the car undersealed, so the body is generally sound, with very small amounts of rust in places. The tyres are good and the battery is new. Damage to the driver's seat frame has been repaired, but inside, the headlining fabric is coming adrift. The paintwork, Cirrus White, dull. All in all, it is in remarkably good condition, and would make an excellent and probably not very expensive restoration job.