Seller offering a 1991 Saab 900 Turbo with 82,000 miles for $3,500. We’ve always liked the distinctive Saab 900 design and enjoy reports of 4-door convertible driving experiences. At less than $4k, we think this is on a list of good deals. The Saab 900 began production in 1978 and the convertible was introduced in 1986. During its 20-year production run over classic 900,000 Saab 900 were built. Of those, less than 50,000 were convertibles. Seller says the vehicle’s previous owner had owned the vehicle for 10 years and it had been regularly serviced.
The 900 was produced in many different versions. The 900s was equipped with a fuel injected 2.1 L turbocharged 16-valve engine producing 140-hp matched with a 5-speed manual transmission.
Body looks to be in great shape – free from rust or other body damage. Interior similarly looks to be in great shape – leather is without cracking or tears (common in convertibles as getting caught in the rain happens).
Convertible also appears to be in good shape – seller doesn’t disclose any leaks or tears. This 1991 Saab 900 Turbo convertible is for sale in St. Joseph, Missouri. Check out seller’s listing on Craigslist for more details and contact information.