Am looking for a 9-5, and am interested in your 2005- Is it still for sale, and how far is it from greater Baltimore?
Can you advise the following-
How long have you had the car, and what is the service record and the VIN?
What is the condition of the body- is there rust on the mid-body by the wheels?
What is the condition(years) of the tires, and the type?
From the (2) photos, and your description, the damage and needed repairs consist of:
"Bad oxygen sensor" What code was displayed? Is the Ox-sensor a Saab part, or other?
Power steering hose (lower)
Dog-wear on interior- Do you have photos and/or description of the extent of wear/damage?
"Left headlight has a crack, which we may repair if preferred" How bad is this crack, and where?
Hood dented (from deer strike)
"Misaligned bumper (no damage to bumper)" In another post you are looking for a replacement-
Can you clarify the damage with description and photo?
"The center radiator grill has not been damaged", yet it is missing in the photo- Do you have the piece, and can it simply be re-installed or does it need to be replaced?
Hello! We're about 40 minutes away from Baltimore city. I've had the car for almost a year now. The tires are in good condition, little wear, the person who we bought it from didn't know how old they were. (car shop owner.) They are Potenza tires. There is only one spot of rust near the back right tire. The roof has worn paint, but we are going to get that repaired by a body shop. The hood is going to be replaced, with a new painted hood. The radiator support will also be replaced as well. They body is in good condition besides a light dent on the left front door which can only noticed in certain angles. Scratches have been repaired or spray painted over. The headlight is going to be replaced by us in the following weeks. There has been no damage to the bumper, only the radiator support was bent, leaving the bumper misaligned. The radiator grille is being kept in the car, if you would like a picture of it I can send you one. There was no damage to the hooks whatsoever, so it can snap back on once the bumper is aligned.