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Make: Saab
Model: 900
SubModel: SPG
Type: Hatchback
Trim: SPG
Year: 1990
Mileage: 153944
VIN: YS3AL35L9L5001339
Color: Red
Engine: 2.0
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Princeton, Minnesota, United States

1990 Saab 900 SPG Additional Info:

Incredibly RARE...Talladega Red1990 Saab 900 SPG.
I'll assume everyone here is familiar with what this car is and why it's awesome. If you're new to Saabs, SPG stands for Special Performance Group and was the "Aero" branding of North America. They made extremely few of them in Talladega Red only produced in 1990 and 1991.
Last taken for a brief drive late June 2019.
  • Runs and Drives.
  • Engine sounds great.
  • 5 speed manual transmission: All gears work.
  • Sun Roof
  • Instruments work.
  • Radio is out.
  • Interior is partially dissembled: See photos.
  • In general this Saab needs some TLC - Some cosmetic touchups and a tune up would make it an amazing daily driver!
  • 153,xxx miles.
  • Upgraded exhaust sounds great: tailpipe needs to be re-hung.
  • Rims are in great shape.
  • SPG trim is complete (front right fender trim is in the trunk.
  • Car comes with full tan leather interior including front seats in great condition. (Not pictured).
  • Minimal rust! Please see photos.
  • Sold with clean Minnesota title.
Car sold as is. I've owned this vehicle for a brief time and am describing it to the best of my ability. I haven't had the chance to go through it extensively. I really wanted to use this vehicle as my daily driver in San Francisco, but do not have space for it. It's acharming and fun car! I've owned a bunch of Saabs, and the 900 SPG's are the most fun. Car is located near Minneapolis Minnesota. I live in San Francisco. Happy to help coordinate shipping and answer any questions.
Carfax available.
Here's a cool article about the 900 SPG from Jalopnik:
"The ones that made it to North America were mostly black or silver. If you ever find a red one, please save it. It’s rarer than the invisible pink unicorn."