For sale, 1973 Saab 99 Road Race Car project, asking $6,000, extensive spares available.
This has been a hard decision to make (for seller Drew Price), but he has not had the motivation or made the time to work on this car anymore, and he hoping that someone who knows and wants the car might want to tackle the last few things that it needs to get it driving again.
As it sits now seller listing it for $6,000, somewhat negotiable, especially if you are interested in spares as listed at the end. He would put the car as being between 90-95% complete, and all of the hard fabrication and custom work is already done. Almost everything that’s left can be done with bolt-on parts.
The extensive build thread is here on Saabrally.com and documents almost everything that has been done to the car from start to finish, with fabrication and modification notes, parts interchanges, and build details. An extensive photo album of the car’s current condition is here.
All of the fabrication and mechanical work was done by Drew or his brother. He used to be a professional Saab technician, and all of the work was done to a very high standard using only OEM and old-stock parts, some of which were very hard to find.
-Rust free 1973 Saab 99 LE notchback body still wearing original paint, 1973-only Brilliant Yellow, code Y9
-Clean and clear California title on non-operation, with no back fees
-Extensive body lightening (door skins, undercoating, polycarbonate windscreen and windows)
-Custom hand fitted fully tig-welded 4130 chrome-moly roll cage built to FIA-253 (stage rally) specification
-Fresh rebuilt with zero miles N/A B202 twin-cam engine, firewall clearanced to accomodate larger footprint engine
-Fresh rebuilt with zero miles GM 456-06 5-speed transmission
-Fidanza 9 lb aluminum flywheel with 6-puck Clutchnet clutch
-Fresh non-power steering rack
-Complete suspension with all brand new bushings and balljoints, and vented disc brakes and calipers from 1991 Saab 900 Turbo
-Lowered ride height road racing suspension setup with new Bilstein B6 dampers and Intrax springs from Saab 900
-Two Bimarco Expert racing seats with valid FIA-8855 safety stickers
The car as it sits now weighs 1,850 pounds. The car still needs the following to be made running:
-Cooling system (radiator, fans, hoses, engine oil cooler)
-Fuel delivery system (pump or pumps, fuel lines)
-Fuel injection system – he has parts to set it up to run on Saab Trionic5 fully sequential engine management system
-Pedal box and brake lines
-Wiring – He has a complete Saab 900 body wiring harness that fits almost perfectly to wire the lights that is included
Drew also has extensive spare parts available at negotiable additional cost since he intended to race this car, including but not limited to:
-Glass, including original front windows, windshield, rear window)
-Extra set of Ronal 8-spoke wheels
-Lightly used racing slicks
-Suspension hard parts (front control arms, hubs, complete rear axle, power steering rack that could be adapted)
-Brakes (new rotors, pads, spare calipers)
-Additional suspension springs and dampers in various rates
-Extra engine (turbocharged if desired)
-Extra transmissions and transmission parts
-Clutches, flywheels, engine sensors, halfshafts, stock and modified ECU’s, etc etc etc.