I finally got a chance to wash my car so i decided to snap a couple new pics for you guys! What do u think so far, any ideas? Constructive criticism is welcome here!
Thanks for the compliments Blue! As for the tail pipe i originally wanted the flat pipe but the Saab Catalog Kit has the oval cut out for the oem Saab Oval tip! It hangs about 1" below the oval cut out in the bumper so that it does not melt the bumper or harm the paint! 8)The only criticism I have is about (of all things) the tailpipe. It looks like its just dangling there. Perhaps an oval tip a la Viggen or a discreet dual tip? Other than that, very clean.
Speaking of the seats in your car, what kind are they, where'd you get them and how much were they, if I may ask?
Wassup abdukted......Believe it or not those are my stock seats, I had an upholestry guy out here California custom make them for me! It was pretty cool watching him create these seats from the plain "flat" stock seats. He gave them life and a sportier look! He took some foam blocks and shaped them with one of those electric turkey knifes and then he glued them to the stock foam and then stitched the leather seats! I paid $300 for the leather on ebay and $450 for the labor to custom "foam" and stitch the leather! I guess you can say they are one of kind! 8) They are very comfy, it feels as if the seat is huggin you from behind giving you the feeling of being locked in a cockpit! Im very happy with how they turned out! I posted a pic of the stock seat before the transformation, as you can see from the pic we already had chalked the seat pattern!those seats are very nice! what are they?
Here you go. like yours but a 9-3 grill.dasaabguy said:hey abducted post a pic of your grill!!!
Yup, these are from my crappy little camera phone!I can't really comment on the "modified" kit since those pictures look like they came from a cell phone
I bought the 64 for $2700 bucks back in the mid 90's! It broke down like 3 times on the way home, it had only 1 ss hubcap, drivers seat only (missing the rest of the interior) it was a project! I have invested easily over $17k over the years on that car. Lowriding was my passion when i was younger, then i got into the tuner world! The car gets all kinds of looks when i take it out! I like when another guy in a lowrider rolls up next to me........i lock the car up and flash the chromed out undercarriage!! :wink:Did you buy it as is or did you install the hydrolics/ daytons/ gold trim?
I bought these from a shop out in FL ....Lucca Wheels. They have a machine shop in the back of their wheel business. Wheels are custom drilled specific to the saab bolt pattern with a 42mm offset (18x7.5).Those wheels look great by the way. What are they?
This is my 3rd set of 18's never had an issue with getting the speedo recalibrated!Nice new wheels! Did you get your speedo recalibrated when you changed rim sizes?