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From 1978 through 1988 Saab built the 900 in two different generations. The first generation is called the “classic” which ended in 1993 and then from 1994 to 1998 as the “New Generation”. The best thing about the Saab is the design, they are extremely distinct, as they have one of the best visibilities of any automobile to this day using a extremely curved front windshield like that of a plane. This particular model has been driven and enjoyed with excellent long term ownership and service throughout its life. I have service records that date back to the beginning and it appears to be a two-owner car from new. This 900 starts, runs and drives extremely well with a working power top, excellent tires and brakes. The paint shows signs of fading but no rust or rot. This is an excellent car that will bring you smiles for miles. These Saabs for the time were extremely well balanced and fast.
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