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Rocky Mountain Saab Club of Colorado
Lot # 201 (Sale Order: 1 of 27)
This is a really nice set of 4 Talledaga Wheels 17 inch x 6.5. They have been spun by Jerry at Mile Hi in Denver and run true. You will not find a better set for your NG ...more
Lot # 202 (Sale Order: 2 of 27)
This is a set of rebuilt V4 Cylinder Heads that were originally intended for installation on the RMSC Project Laura. These heads were rebuilt at a cost of approx $250 at ...more
Lot # 204 (Sale Order: 3 of 27)
This is a 1:43 scale diecast model of the bullnose Saab 96 owned by Larry "Stroker" Williams. Beautifully painted! Donated by Phil Duckert.
Lot # 205 (Sale Order: 4 of 27)
This is the original 18 inch x 24 inch painting by Colorado Artist Miles Bendixson that was done for the 2009 "Saabs Run the Rockies" Tour. A beautiful frame is included,...more
Lot # 206 (Sale Order: 5 of 27)
Bell Mag-4 Helmet, Bought new in 2004, Never used, Snell Rating, Size is Large. Donated by Dirk Feather
Lot # 207 (Sale Order: 6 of 27)
This Halda Speedpilot was last used in an African Rally and is complete with mounting bracket, T-Gear, L-Gear and cable. The Speedpilot Mark IV Sports Special is mode...more
Lot # 209 (Sale Order: 7 of 27)
Brand new, never installed intake manifold to go with your 2-BBL Weber carb on your 95/96 or Sonett V4 or Sonett III. Numbers on the casting include FO 1342, and 11448...more
Lot # 210 (Sale Order: 8 of 27)
Saab part # 0242412 Set of 4 wheels with center caps. 7" x 15" 5-spoke wheels, New ..... fits 1986 - 1998 Saab 9000 Need to get an image to post. Donated by Bil...more
Lot # 211 (Sale Order: 9 of 27)
Saab Wristwatch by Swiss Army/Victorinox..... model Renegade, #24228 New Condition in Box.
Lot # 212 (Sale Order: 10 of 27)
Orrefors of Sweden crystal desk clock. New Condition in Box. Will need a new battery
Lot # 213 (Sale Order: 11 of 27)
These are R & L tail light assemblies including good unbroken lenses and chrome trim for Saab Model 93 from the 1950's time period.
Lot # 214 (Sale Order: 12 of 27)
The anticipated set of new Dunlops from Saab USA did not arrive, so we are substituting a set of slightly used Fulda Assuros in 195/60-15 size; a perfect tire for your Cl...more
Lot # 215 (Sale Order: 13 of 27)
Saab 3-spoke 7 x 17 - These wheels are a Double Evo with the 3 spokes crossing as shown in the photos. Wheels are designed for the 9-3 Sport Sedan, but will fit 9-5 also ...more
Lot # 216 (Sale Order: 14 of 27)
These 5 prints were given to us from Tor's Saab in Lompoc, California after our 1991 9000 CD purchase. They are true euro prints as they were not simple 16X20 inch print...more
Lot # 101 (Sale Order: 15 of 27)
Our RMSC Project Lisa (named for previous owner) is a ‘74 SAAB Sonett III, number 188 of the 2,500 built in 1974. This is the second refurbishment, done by the Rocky Mountain Saab Club; see work
Lot # 102 (Sale Order: 16 of 27)
A very nice 3dr, Non-Turbo, 5-speed, Noctume Blue Metallic with light Gray Leather, Mags, Sunroof, A/C, 188K miles. This vehicle will make a remarkable transportation ve...more
Lot # 103 (Sale Order: 17 of 27)
This is a well prepared vintage racer that is a real blast to drive around town ..... so the owner is (not so secretly) hoping that it will not sell.
The car is equipped with a 1700 CC motor with 3/4 race cam, weber 34ICH, and a competition clutch hooked to the 4-spd with a SAAB factory Sport & Rally “Special 2” close ratio transmission. Exhaust is MSS type with a SuperTrapp tip. It goes pretty good, and sounds great.
Rally preparation includes full roll cage, battery shut off, fuel cell, and racing 5-pt harness for driver as well as some other neat touches. Limited racing history including the 2006 vintage races at Gimli, Manitoba.
The Weber carb was re-jetted for altitude here in Colorado, and the car is street legal with current emissions test. Lights and wipers work; no horn; Bosch Driving lamps are borrowed and DO NOT go with the car.
Paint looks pretty good at 20 feet but it does have some small bumps and bruises. Car includes one set of soccerballs with tires, and one set of steel wheels with tires.
See car in action on YouTube > search "Elkmtnman" channel
Lot # 104 (Sale Order: 18 of 27)
An original Talladega Red SPG; one of only 40 built with this color in the last year of SPG production. Colorado 2nd-owner car that runs and drives great, with nearly new tires and extra wheels with new Hakka 1 snows.
Engine and turbo never been touched in the 256,000 well maintained, mostly highway, miles. Rebuilt 5-spd manual transmission and recent clutch job. Complete service and maintenance records. Leather and interior in very good condition. Only body part with non-original paint is the hood, which was whacked with a piece of lumber falling off a truck on I-70, and subsequently repainted.
Everything works except SRS light stays lit. Small door and hatch dings can be repaired with paintless dent removal. Dash rug hides the few small cracks in the original dash.
New information...... while driving to Copper Mountain for the auction today - Thursday 8/13, the driver noticed that one of the motor mounts is going bad. Just wanted to disclose that info to any bidders.
A 2-minute video of this car running and driving on Colorado roads June 2009 is available on YouTube by searching for the "elkmtnman" channel and looking at the auction car videos.
Lot # 105 (Sale Order: 19 of 27)
WOW!! 35,754 miles on the working odometer!! 1978 Saab 99 Turbo. 1978 was the first and only production year of this model. Original everything – but newer & better. ...more
Lot # 106 (Sale Order: 20 of 27)
This is a fun-to-drive little ’69 Sonett V4, the last year offered. It’s number 1279 of the 1868 built from ’67 to ’69. Originally a California car from the Bay area with a lot of TSD rally history, judging from all the dash plaques. The car is fairly quick with the 2bbl Weber carb. and dual exhausts.
A few body modifications are evident, including a hood bulge to provide air cleaner clearance. The chrome rear “nerf bar” bumper was apparently a fairly common addition in CA. The hood scoop and “elephant ears” are painted black. Overall, the paint has a lot of imperfections, crazing and chips, but looks good at 20 feet.
Interior is restored quite nicely except for missing the cloth headliner. The carpet is original that was taken from another Sonett V4 decades ago and preserved. To avoid future rust the body floor pans were treated with POR-15 before installing the new carpets and seats. The seats have been totally re-upholstered by Stan (the Saab expert) of Bolder Auto Interior, and Autoweave in Denver.
This is the Sonett V4 featured in the Going to Copper Mountain/SOC09 video and also pictured in the Copper Mountain slideshows.
You can see this Sonett in action on YouTube by searching "Elkmtnman" channel
Lot # 107 (Sale Order: 21 of 27)
This 1988 Saab 900 Turbo is a beauty and in immaculate condition. Only 94k miles on it. Mint condition Factory Air Flow Kit (very rare) only less than 1% ever made. Th...more
Lot # 108 (Sale Order: 22 of 27)
This nice MC850 is from the last full year of SAAB 3-cylinder 2-stroke production (before SAAB went to V-4 engines in 1967) and the last of the much sought-after higher horsepower models inspired by SAAB’s major wins at Monte Carlo. The car has been a Colorado “native” since it started as a dealer demo at SAAB Denver on South Broadway.
The body shell is a solid rust-free specimen that had a few dents and dings when it was repaired and re-painted in the original color Polar White, with clearcoat, by Mile Hi Body Shop in 1999. The engine was redone with rebuilt crank and new rings, and assembled by Bud Clark at J&B Automotive in Orange, CA. Exhaust system front & rear mufflers replaced with new units from Rolf Jensen in Sweden.
Some of interior is original but seats were re-done, as well as new headliner, replacement later style non-ribbed dash pad, and incorrect carpets. Grab strap fabric is missing.
Car has a set of 4 Shelby GT wheels with Hakka M&S as well as the original black steel wheels with hubcaps and marginal trim rings.
Owner provides a lot of original documents: shop manual, 1966 sales brochure, 1966 press kit, etc with the car.
You can view this Monte Carlo 850 in action on YouTube...
Lot # 109 (Sale Order: 23 of 27)
1986 Saab Turbo Convertible 5 speed, with 35, 821 original miles. ( I plan to drive to Copper Mountain, about 1200 miles.) VIN YS3AD75L067032963
The car was purchased new from P&W motors, Pittsburgh, in July of 1986 and owned by the same person until I purchased it in 2008. It was the 3rd or 4th car for this couple all its life. It is absolutely original in every respect, (except the radio was Saab upgraded to replace the troublesome “flat face” model.) It also has the dual outlet “sport exhaust.” I have all the service records, all the books and the window sticker. The tools have never been out of the kit, spare never on the ground. The hard plastic boot is in its bag. The paint, top and interior are nearly perfect. It has a new Interstate battery and almost new Michelin Tires.
I have lots more photos for interested parties.
Video of this amazing convertible can be found on YouTube.com at the elkmtnman channel
Lot # 110 (Sale Order: 24 of 27)
Rare "Springtime in Sweden" (SiS) convertible was only offered in 1988, all in black, with the SPG -like body treatment. Each US dealer was allocated one SiS to sell. The...more
Lot # 111 (Sale Order: 25 of 27)
This 99 EMS (VIN 99762029539) was purchased by Chuck Andrews from the original owner on 7/26/96 in Crystal, MN. Also coming into Chuck’s possession at that time was any part that had ever been replaced on the car with dates and miles tagged on them, all records since purchase including gas receipts, fuel grade and fuel mileage. Minnesota non-vanity license plates, 099-EMS, had been purchased by the original owner by driving to a southeastern Minnesota town where that series was being sold. Mileage on the date of Chuck’s purchase was 55,127.
Since that time, we have performed general maintenance services, mostly related to old age, like a new clutch master cylinder, various exhaust parts, front brakes, etc. The car has appeared at a couple of Saab Owner’s Conventions, local car shows, parades, etc. over the last 13+ years. Today the odometer stands at 56,151.
This car is as close to new condition, right down to the original cocoa floor mats, as we have seen. The only detraction that we know of, is a headliner that will eventually have to be redone due to the usual letting loose of the fabric over time. All paint is original, spare tire, jack and tools, etc. are all original and present. Owner’s manual, sales literature, original window sticker, copy of original sales receipt, sales brochures etc. are all present. The driving experience on this car today is like it was when it was new!
This 1976 Saab 99 EMS is located in Minnesota and will not be transported to Copper Mountain, Colorado for the Auction.
You can see additional photos on YouTube.com at the elkmtnman channel