Thursday, November 15, 2018

Arrest Me Red: 2004 Saab 9-5 Aero Wagon

Nobody has a Saab wagon on their car owning bucket list...because those bucket lists are mostly filled with ridiculous crap like Lamborghinis and Alfa Romeos, but you should consider putting a vintage 9-5 Aero Wagon on your list because you might be able to tick that box for a few grand and learn a few things about simple driving fun in the meantime. Find this 2004 Saab 9-5 Aero Wagon offered for $4,500 in Hershey, PA via craigslist. Tip from Aaron K.


From the seller:
2004 saab 9-5 aero 
VIN: YS3EH55G843014985 
condition: excellent 
cylinders: 4 cylinders 
drive: fwd 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 174498 
paint color: red 
size: full-size 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: wagon 
Listed for sale is an exceptionally rare and diligently maintained 2004 Saab 9-5 Aero wagon, with rare 5-speed transmission, xenon headlamps, black/aluminum sport interior, 5-spoke Aero wheels, and laser red paint. This is one of only 11 5-speed laser red Aero Wagons produced! This car has been babied by car enthusiasts since new. It has been taken to Saab and European specialist shops for every repair and I have paperwork for everything! Receipts from my ownership easily exceeds 10k and I have another 10-15k in receipts from the past owner as well. Not a penny has been spared. 

Recent maintenance includes:

New oil pump (2018)

New clutch within the last 10k miles (2018... $2500)

New DI Direct Injection box/module (2018 OEM)

Refinished wheels (2018)

4 New Tires (2018)

AC Compressor (2018)

Valve cover gasket (2018)


In short, the car is in terrific shape and is in need of a new and loving home.


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3 comments:

  1. Nice ride, but is it a good thing to share that the past two owners have allegedly spent in excess of $20k in maintenance costs? If you're a Saab enthusiast and you just have to have it, I guess it could be.

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  2. One of the few designs where the wagon was better looking than the sedan.

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  3. You have to wonder if either of the two previous owners was/is remotely mechanically inclined, to spend that kind of money on the upkeep on this car? I would dig owning this, without a doubt. It's sharp, and nothing you are going to find at the mall parking lot, at work or at the local cars-n-coffee gathering. The price is certainly right. Damn! Oh, having an empty wallet for car things sucks.

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