From the seller: “Saab 900 Turbo Project Track Car
Welcome to the auction for my track car project that I purchased with a view of restoring but due to impending building works do not have the ability to complete. I acquired the car pretty much as it is and its just sat and I haven’t done anything with it. I will detail the car as follows :-
Chassis The car is from the 900 platform and was registered in 1990. It has a logbook but was used primarily on the track so plates aren’t displayed. Being the turbo 3 it benefits from the additional aerokit including front and rear bumpers and side mouldings. The electrics have been modified to place the battery in the boot and put an isolator in the dashboard, there are also 3 gauges installed in the dashboards. The interior has also been stripped, what you see is what you get, please look at the pictures carefully. I do not have the original interior either. Please look carefully at the pictures as the bodywork will require some attention, there is surface rust in various places and from a brief lookover will at least need patches on the driver floorpan and boot floor. If you have any concerns it is best to come and view.
Engine and Gearbox The car has a B202 engine in it, 2.0l 16v Turbo 3, it looks reasonable standard but benefits from alloy rad and intercooler and is believed to be running about 200bhp. The car is currently not running as the fuel pump is not priming. There is power to the pump so the pump will probably need rebuild or replacement.
Suspension The car is running bilstein suspension all round, including uprated dampers and springs, in addition it has been poly bushed all round and I am told this significantly improved the 900s loose handling.
Brakes The car is running uprated front and rear brakes, these have come from a 9000 I understand but I am not sure of the exact detail on this sorry.
Wheels The car is running standard 3 spoke wheels on the car with the offside front having a puncture but I think this is a bead sealing issue as opposed to a hole in the tyre.”