I want to sell my saab 93 2001 for parts where do i ask? I live in hollywood florida my email is projotrainer@yahoo.com


Asked by Sep 20, 2013 at 01:54 AM about the 2001 Saab 9-3 SE Convertible

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

has several issues to repair radiator, seat belt wont come out, cable snapped wont go into
gear, simple things to repair for a mecanic but for me its costly, so want to sell for parts
and get a scooter, im over paying 500 plus everytime my car has any problem

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You can try some of the SAAB On-Line Enthusiasts Forums (just Google for them) to see if any other SAAB owners would be interested in buying your car as is for parts. You can also try local auto salvage yards, since people shop there for parts for all types of cars, including SAAB's. I'm not a fan of Backpage.com or Craigslist for placing ads, but this works for some people. ---> Can I suggest something else? Putting your personal e-mail address in a public forum like this is NEVER a good idea, just invites spam mail and other BS.

Your local SAAB mechanic probably would scoop it up in short order for the right price~

as a mechanic, I got a Datsun 810 that was perfect, except the waterpump let go the fan into the radiator...with just a small investment of radiator, fan and waterpump had a car that lasted for a long time....until my friend ran it into a snowbank~


Good thought in terms of "your local SAAB mechanic" @ Judge Roy, but after SAAB went bankrupt after GM dumped them in 2010, there are no longer any official SAAB Dealerships, although there are some SAAB's still on the road and mechanics around who know how to work on them. Totally agree with you on the old school Datsuns! I had a 1980 Datsun B-210 and it was very reliable and built like a tank. Too bad Nissan doesn't go back to the old ways of doing things....While I loved my '05 Nissan 350Z, the build quality REALLY could have been a bit better..using cheap plastics and cutting too many corners to sell the car cheaper was a bit disappointing....I hear the 370Z is better though.

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