Saab Websites

Owners Clubs

Online Communities and Forums

DIY Repairs and Modifications, Sales

  • – Dmitry Platonoff’s illustrated Saab guides for NG900, 9-3 and 9-5
  • Saab Wiki – a wiki site with a comprehensive collection of NG900/9-3 guides and articles
  • Saab NG900 – Ian’s DIY and technical information
  • Eric’s Saab Site – Eric Pilarczyk’s NG900/9-3 mods and tuning
  • I Love My Saab – Michel Briand’s NG900 website NOTE: This site is gone or changed, please let us know where it moved to  –
  • FixMySaab – Jeff Cunningham’s guides on C900, 9000 and 9-5
  • Saab Restoration – classic Saab 900 restoration log
  • – Great source for US Saab classifieds

Spare Parts and Performance Suppliers

Independent Mechanics With Saab Experience (Toronto area)

3 Replies to “Links”

  1. Hello All
    Happy New Year !!! My new years resolution was to join this club.I do have a question though.Has anyone have any information or insight into importing a saab into Canada.Specifically any transporting company that could be recommended.

    Thank you

    1. Hi Grant, Welcome to the Club. I have no experience with car imports (assume from the US?). Hopefully, there will be somebody in the Club who will be able to help. It’s a rare event though and you may get a quicker answer searching on Kijiji or other such place. Perhaps CAA? What model SAAB do you currently drive and what are you importing? Martin

    2. Hi;

      I have not done this myself, but I know there are quite a few Saabs from the US running around in Canada, from older classic 900 and 9000s to cars from the last years of Saab’s production.

      I have heard all sorts of different stories about transporting companies, not necessarily Saab specific. Sometimes a previously reliable company becomes not so reliable.

      In the case of buying a car that’s advertised in good condition, 100% running, etc., I would say the safest thing is to actually go and pick it up in person. But there, I’ve heard at least three different types of stories:
      1) The car was not as good as advertised and the buyer walked (well, maybe not all the way home 🙂
      2) The car was good and ran fine home
      3) There were mechanical adventures on the trip home

      Personally, I’d always prefer a car that’s local enough that I can have a good look at and drive home.

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