A slightly modified 90k-mile red one in Florida for $12,500. Good luck with that.
A 317k-mile (yeesh) gray one with rebuilt motor in New Hampshire for $3,500.
And, of course, this one. It has exactly one spot of rust, 112,000 miles, and a rebuilt title after an accident that reportedly caused no frame or engine damage. Ask for pictures.
If it is indeed an overgrown torque-steering hot hatch, it's a lovable one. Even under ownership by the star-spangled General, this 21st-century Saab retained its front-drive turbo funk, but in a more user-friendly way. A tall 0.66:1 fifth gear and 4.05:1 final drive ratio should keep you out of high boost levels on the highway, where you'll see fuel efficiency in the mid to upper 20s. Coupled with a 17-gallon tank, heated leather seats, and reworked body pieces for high-speed (as in 160 mph) stability, this Viggen is starting to look like a good way to cross the country. It sure is easier than flying.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.