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  • Well, finally I have a car large enough and good enough to be worthy of a project.



    The Skoda favorit was fun, cheap, reliable, but ultimatley V slow, and rattly.

    Thanks to the oddball nature of "Saab owners", as they are seen by the rest of the UK population, I just got my self a nice
    Saab 900 T16S on a UK B plate ('84)
    118k miles (Service History upto 108k)
    Some niggles and little jobs, but nothing major.

    And there is so much floor space under the hatch/trunk floor, that a decent build/install just has to be the way to go.

    nothing in yet, beyond the stock "Made for Saab" Clarion system, radio cassette, but I've yet to see if I have the option AMP below the rear seat.
    4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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    Re: Well, finally I have a car large enough and good enough to be worthy of a project.

    I hardly think my -85 Audi 100 is worthy a character-display setup... well well
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      The Beauty of the older Saab, Volvo, Audi, and BMW (5 series or above) is that they are big, and solid, and can do lots of miles. And because people don't realise that they can do lots of miles, they sell them cheap, and we buy them.

      An Audi 100 would make an Excellent base for a full multimedia car.
      4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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        The Beauty of the older Saab, Volvo, Audi, and BMW (5 series or above) is that they are big, and solid, and can do lots of miles. And because people don't realise that they can do lots of miles, they sell them cheap, and we buy them.

        An Audi 100 would make an Excellent base for a full multimedia car.
        4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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          Yep I got min for $800 and today it has 325 kkm, still running But I rather not spend more on the gear than the car..but will move everything to the next car anyways..
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            Originally posted by jol
            Yep I got min for $800 and today it has 325 kkm, still running But I rather not spend more on the gear than the car..but will move everything to the next car anyways..
            I paid 325gbp (so about 450-500euros) for the Saab, it has done 118k miles (can't work out the KMs) but it has service history upto 108k miles.
            4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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