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I have an all metal Saab 9000 heater core to get rid of, was keeping as a spare for my Aero, and I won't need it anymore for obvious reasons.

These are around $300 new, this one is in good shape. These are pretty damn bulletproof compared to the shitty ones with the plastic end tanks.

$100 shipped anywhere in the lower 48 states (via USPS priority mail).

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Earlier this summer I was in possession of this...as well as I car I intended to install is on.

No longer have anything to put it in, and also have a 99 that needs project funding, so as they say, "everything must go" starting with the spare parts, then moving on to parting the Aero.

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Well, according to eeuroparts the early cars required some stuff to adapt the 1993-1998 heater cores.

http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartDetail.aspx?id=5046362

Description: Full metal heater core for any 93-98 9000, and 86-92 (only with adaptor parts: 4028619, 4028635, 4028650 x2, 7970072 x4).
And I have no idea what those adapter pieces are...

edit: now I do!

Part Number: 4028619, Description: HOSE
Part Number: 4028635, Description: HOSE
Part Number: 4028650, Description: JUNCTION PIPE
Part Number: 7970072, Description: CLAMP

not super entirely sure what the junction pipe is, but it just looks like the only other difference is the hoses that mate up to is in the engine bay or under the false bulkhead.
 
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