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The last model before emission controls as reported by Keith McCracken was serviced this car since I bought it in 2004.
Love the car and have only had to spend a modest amount considering its age.
Love the road holding and handling. love the individual styling .
However it’s got to go, as I hardly use it and it needs an enthusiast’s love and I am too busy with other projects.
It is suffering with peel back of the clear coat and a few rust spots are appearing and need attention and there are a few bruises on the body so it’s not pristine as it deserves. These are pretty much are the downsides.
The interior is tan with as new Driver and Passenger leather seats. The back one is the reasonable original one. New fabric roof lining Carpets are good but a shampoo would do well. Sunroof works. New heater box (cost a bomb). . Dash has a carpet cover hiding the cracking, however included is a second hand replacement dash ( in a box). Tyres, good.
Replaced the exhaust system 2 years ago with a genuine SAAB muffler. All the mechanics are good. Near new brake pads and front disks. Ac needs re-gas? Dash light needs replacing; cruise control has been fixed several times but not working again. Seat heaters never worked for why? Never bothered with to find out as not needed.
This car is worth looking after! It is on post Vintage Plates as its old enough and little used. So if you plan on a makeover there is not the cost of a full licence. If you want to use it as a daily you just pay up the full licence and no over the pits. Note; to keep on club plates you need to belong to some Car Club. Not necessary the SAAB Club
Several weeks ago There was an Aero advertised in Perth for $5300 (or there abouts).
Its gone already!
Performance Group moniker, a change forced by the complaint of Saab's future parent General Motors over the use of the Aero name in America, which GM owned; this prompted the use of the Turbo 16S name in Europe, while Scandinavia and Germany retained Aero. Referred to as 900 Turbos with the SPG option package, these cars included limited badging, leather upholstery, fog lamps and a power sunroof in addition to their body and performance modifications, and would cost $2,860 more than the 1985 Turbo's $18,150.
Saab simplified the production SPG, which became the performance flagship of 1985's 900 range; because of the difficulty of color-matching paint between the plastic body fairings and the metal body, the SPG was offered in a single color scheme: black paint with satin black lower panels and a Sierra Tan leather interior. Early in this model year, the satin black panels were changed to contrasting satin Anthracite, the color they would remain until the end of SPG production. Standard equipment included heated front seats, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, central locking and a four-speaker cassette stereo.
- Date Listed:
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- Seller Type:
- Private seller
- AERO TURBO 16S
- Body Type:
- Coupe (2 door)
- Drive Train:
- Front Wheel Drive
- Fuel Type:
- Petrol - Unleaded
- Air Conditioning:
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- Cylinder Configuration:
- 4 cyl
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