This saab 900 Turbo was restored body off and is now like new

3y ago


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  • I have been driving and owning Saabs since 1985. Love them. Maintenance costs are not bad as long as parts are available. With the OG 900 , have become rare and therefore a bit more pricey. Well worth restoring these odd beauties and be different from "VAG cookies" in a jar. Automotive design has become quite boring over the last couple of years. Since the introduction of pedestrian safety start to look like blops.

      3 years ago
    • Thanks for commenting, Pieter. Couldn't agree more, the 900 classic stands out wherever it goes.

        3 years ago
  • Beautiful Saab 900 Turbo. Nice work on this one. The rust isn't as bad as many Saabs tend to get. My dad has a 1973 Saab Sonett III in his barn. I also have a Saab Lovers tribe if anyone wants to check it out. Not much there yet. I am still exploring ideas and looking for stuff to post. Thanks for sharing this Niels, pretty car, glad to see another Saab has survived.

      3 years ago
  • epic car

      3 years ago
  • True love😨

      3 years ago
  • Once you go Saab it's hard to go back 😂 they only reason I'm selling mine is the repair costs, I plan on buying another one later in life

      3 years ago


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