I am not into low ball offers and took in account all of the below in my price. There might be 5 of these in the US with less than 100K miles. The 1999 Lightening Blue Saab 3dr is one of 400 or so examples in US and most are gone or very high mile and storied cars.
Clean and clear title in hand. Cash/Cashiers Check only.
1999 Saab Viggen all original — no mods. I have owned this Viggen for the majority of its life and have close to all of the records. It has a mere 79K miles and needs nothing. It is in 100% perfect working order. It has zero rust. It has OEM rims with no bends. The exterior is as close to new as it can be for age and miles. No dings, no fading, and only a minor rock chip or small scratch here and there that would be typical for age and miles.
The interior is a 9.8 out of 10. Only minor bolster wear on the drivers seat. Comes with a full size spare in the trunk. There are no disappointments here. Only selling as I need to get a 4 door car and also just acquired a Porsche GT3 and there is only so much room in the garage as I have 5 other cars and most are exotics. Good collectors car or drive it as it was meant to be.
Miles: ~79,300 and can go up
Engine: 2.3 HOT 4cyl
Horsepower: 230 HP
Torque: 258 lb-ft
Vin #: YS3DP35G3X7055038
Fuel Economy: 20/31 – I see about 22/23 driving normal and 28/29 on road trips
Fuel Used: Super 93+ only (Chevron with Techron if available) Techron additive every 6 months
Oil Used: Mobil 1 5W30 or 5W40
Recent Maintenance in last 2K miles: New battery, crank sensor replaced
– Heated Seats
– Tinted Windows
– SAAB Clear side indicator
– SAAB Armrest
– SAAB euro driver mirror
– V1 radar hardwire (V1 not included)
– Full Size Spare on OEM Rim
– SAAB Rubber Cargo Mat
– SAAB Hood Protection Strip (Newly Installed)
– New SAAB black mats front and rear.
– Black Meshed Grill (can be easily removed and changed back to stock)
– J/R Sport Air Filter
– Spare T7 DIC Brand New in Box (if purchased at full ask)
– Proclip iphone 6 holder
– Saabaux seamless ipod integration
Ok. I am a detailing nut so I notice every scratch, nick, chip etc since I spend 20 hours looking at the paint in detail about 4 times a year. There are NO dings or dents of any kind.
Lower airdam mesh – Perfect, fog lights perfect
Lower airdam – some small scratches – all Viggens do unless it has no miles on it — see photo. I had this repainted on my own due to scratches at around 40K miles. There is some slight cracking due to age on front drivers side, but not very noticeable.
Grill – Excellent
Lights – All operational, no cracks
Front Bumper – Excellent condition
Hood – Two small scratches from rocks, 2 to 3 rock chips here and there.
Windshield – Average shape, one “small rock shot” down by driver’s speaker (not in line-of-sight so I left it)
Roof – 2 small rock chips
Rear – Excellent
Rear Bumper – 1 small scratch, hard to see
Drivers Side – Small touched up scratch by door handle (wouldn’t photograph), 2-3 tiny rock chips and one half inch scratch (recent) that I did not touch up at this point
Passenger side – Flawless
Rims – I can send pics of each. They are all original OEM and none are bent. They have no real curb rash to speak of, but a little touch up here and there. Great for age
Engine – Flawless – cleaned regularly and in top running order
Interior – as good as when bought new – there is one small surface scratch on the passenger seat
Electronics – everything works perfect as designed included SID
Absolutely nothing to note. Engine is stock and always has been. Car runs perfectly. Tracks perfectly straight. If car is bought at asking price will include fully working spare T7 DI (worth $200).
I don’t have a copy today, but it will show 3-4 owners. I have owned this car for about 50K of its 79K miles and sold it to a friend who sold it back to me thru a dealer. So I have owned it twice. The car fax will show an “accident” back in 2004 which was damage repaired to passenger door in a 5 mph swipe to the door that resulted in some paintwork to that door due to the scratches. All of that repair was done by SAAB at Sewell and overseen by me. Picasso couldn’t even tell there was paint work on that door.