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#31 OFFLINE   brownnova

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Posted 02 September 2018 - 04:45 AM

This week I have mostly been....

Wild camping!

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A lay by near Devil’s Bridge

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A forest car park near Presteigne...

Can confirm that exhaust now much quieter, but not perfect. Further work will be needed this winter to do a proper job methinks, along with some bodywork as the drivers arch is now getting rather crusty....

One day I’ll update this thread with actual work done on a car!
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Posted 12 September 2018 - 10:00 PM

12 Months ago I abandoned the modern car finance trap when I ditched this...

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For this:

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That was 12 Months ago today... so here's my Saab 9000 12 month review!

 

I always fancied a 90s Executive car.  As a youngster in the 90s I was always drawn to them.  So when the chance to buy a Saab 9000 presented itself I couldnt say no.  This particular model is the 1997 2.0 turbo, right at the end of the production run. I bought this one mainly off the strength of it's complete lack of the metal eating rust monster. These often go on the screen pillars, not this one.  

 

It's a handsome car too....

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I use this car for commuting to and from work every day.  It has been my favourite commuting car I have ever owned.  It's a comfy cruiser, good at speed and smooth on the dual carriageway or motorway.  It eats up the miles for fun.  I average about 31 MPG which isn't too bad for a big old bird! The engine is super, it pulls well, and has a great burst of turbocharged speed for overtaking!  I have to admit I'd love to try a 2.3... it must fly!   It's a smooth and comfortable ride, nothing seems to fluster it it sits planted and secure on the road.  

 

It's been used all year round, and being Swedish coped well with the snow.

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The handling on this car is surprisingly good for a big heavy car.  You can hustle it well through sweeping bends in the hills, but tight curves do reveal a fair bit of body roll. It is rare to lose grip, but you may be clinging on to the tiller like a ship's captain in a storm should the turbulant roads throw up a tight curve. 

 

It's been remarkably reliable too. 12 months, 11,000 miles and the total on one DI cassette to fix.  The MoT was passed with no more than a sidelight bulb and a demonstration on how to work the fog lights!  The front lights are currently a bit iffy, as is the central locking, but that I call charm, not a problem!

 

The 9000 is a superbly practical car too.  It swallows all the family gear with ease, and a camping trip away is no problem for the cavernous boot. You can even put three dogs in there...

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Rear legroom is ample, and the car's strongest point truly is the comfort!  I've never owned a car with better seats (Maybe the Triumph Dolomite I had came close but...) Comfortable, supportive and a nice place to be, the Saab provide comfort even on the long journeys. At 6 ft 1 I can easily find a comfy position, and after a few hours at the wheel can jump out without being crippled!  

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The interior is a sea of grey plastics and wood effect.  Perfect for the 90s aspiring executive.  In this one there's even a 90s phone holder... oooh...

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As well as being the oldest car in the car park at work, being so unusual other owners spontaneously wave at you and being able to say you ride a 21 year old Swedish model every morning, it's nice to own a car that is a comfortable in a show as it is on the daily commute. It's been to Chumley (where a few of you had a go... with lots of positive comments... even Junkman was said nice things about it!) Festival of the unexceptional, and SaabFest - where it was easily in the top 5 9000s in the row of 5 9000s. 

 

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In conclusion, do I regret ditching my nearly new BMW for a 21 year old Saab?  Not at all.  It's a superb car, and I've been very pleased with it.  Testament to this is the fact that I often feel the need to change car after a year, and I can honsetly say I dont want to get rid of Bjorn (as we call him).  Would I own another...Absolutely, indeed, plans are afoot....

 

My advice?  Try one whilst they're cheap as they are, because they're slowly dying off, because they're a bit unloved.  It's more profitable to part one out rather than sell it for a few hundered.  But they're too good to fizzle out to a few garage queen survivors. Once you go Saab, you may never go back!


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Posted 13 September 2018 - 06:45 AM

So many 9000s on here at the moment.

Yours looks lovely and show how unreliable* old bangers are.

I never quite got on with any of mine as they weren't a 900.
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Posted 13 September 2018 - 07:46 AM

Nice write up, these have aged beautifully


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Posted 13 September 2018 - 09:24 AM

Such a handsome shape and that's a lovely colour. Great write up. Would definitely like to try one, ideally in 2.3 turbo flavour - I wonder how they compare to my 9-5 Aero.


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Posted 13 September 2018 - 09:42 AM

Hmm....must try one of these.   Everything I would really like is stupid money.  I reckon these will be before long....


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Posted 13 September 2018 - 11:07 AM

I love 9000s. I had an utterly fucked 2.3 turbo with leather and air con, 'leccy windows/sunroof (maybe?) and while it was a dreadful car (it was rescued from a scrapyard) it was quick and great fun to hustle around. Power steering used to disappear at random moments which made life... interesting!

 

I do prefer 900s and even 99s (I'm old had some of those as well!) but the 9000 was a class up in feel.

 

Yours looks lovely and nice to see it's been reliable :)


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Posted 13 September 2018 - 05:23 PM

So many 9000s on here at the moment.


I must have started a trend!

Thanks for all the positive comments guys, maybe I’ll write up the rest of the fleet sometime.

My mum in particular thought I was being daft buying ‘such an old car.’ She was expecting tales of breakdowns galore. She was heard to say (when I was trying to persuade my brother to get an older car) that you can’t get a decent car for under a thousand pounds... bollocks!

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Posted 14 September 2018 - 06:17 PM

Today I had a nosey...

Mine is R96OCK

R94, 95 and 97 OCK were all also Saabs (two 9-5s and a 900) but none have been on the road for a good few years...

The last Rock survivor!

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Posted 15 September 2018 - 06:11 PM

That's a great looking car. I grew up in 900s, 90s and 99s in Finland and for some reason never had the opportunity to be in a 9000. It must be one of the biggest hatch backs of all time which I always find appealing, in addition to it looking a lovely place to sit. Over 30 MPG sounds pretty good for one of these. Those 90s plush velour seats from Saab are amazing!

 

PS. That's a fantastic number plate!


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Posted 15 September 2018 - 09:19 PM

Cheers! I like it a lot!

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Posted 16 September 2018 - 11:10 AM

Brilliant and just confirms what inherintly well made cars 90s early 200s motors are. Does it not frighten you in case something happens to it though?

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Posted 16 September 2018 - 04:28 PM

Brilliant and just confirms what inherintly well made cars 90s early 200s motors are. Does it not frighten you in case something happens to it though?


I have enough backup cars if anything were to happen!

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Posted 16 September 2018 - 04:50 PM

Today in the adventures of brownnova the Saab and I went off the Manchester Classic car show at Event City... here’s a selection of the ones that appealed to me!

First up (and it’s a strong start if I’m being honest) a Talbot Horizon Diesel!
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A Brown Renault 5 turbo. Which was for sale.. for£90k!!!!
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A Pug 504 coupe was gorgeous
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Peugeot 205s get better and better with age. This one was an A reg!
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My stepson was very excited about Ford GT40s “Forget the GT40s” I said “there’s an Austin Ambassador!!!! The woman sat by it seemed somewhat bemused by my reaction...

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Next to that was a Princess with an unusual parcel shelf adornment...
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AMC Gremlin wins the award for goppingly ugly but awesome!
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Any car called Gordon deserves a mention.
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Luxury beauty in Panther form...

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Two white 80s hatchbacks
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Corolla was lovely in Yellow

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And frankly the only way to finish stronger than I started is this... the only surviving Montego hearse! Autoshite funerals are go!

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I was going to put these in my spotted thread but as they’re show spots they’re more on the adventure front... we have come back with a couple of severe hankering’s for certain cars... when I asked the gf which one we should get she said both... she’s clearly a keeper!
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Posted 17 September 2018 - 05:44 AM

On the way home...

“Hello the 90s called, it wants it’s car park back....”

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Posted 10 November 2018 - 09:28 PM

Fleet update on brief:

Saab 1: Broken... had a fun FTP whilst taking my girlfriend on a school trip (she was the teacher before you ask) whereby the wheels started shaking and smoking after an hours drive. I drove it back and it was ok... but it did it again after less time this occasion. Up in the air she goes. Brake binding. Looks like the calliper has seized. Need a 7mm hex thingy. Have a 6 and 8 but no 7. Pissballs.

Saab 2: Failed MoT. Bits priced might happen... maybe...

Camper: Rusting nicely on the arches. Bought a new hatch to replace the one that broke at Chumley. It’s the wrong size. So a bin bag and gaffer tape has been the replacement for the last few weeks. Also blowing exhaust. It’s crustier than a cheap tarts minge.

206: clutch is on its way to clutch heaven... something else is amiss too, there’s a lot of vibration on the steering wheel. But spent an hour today and couldn’t track it down... generally a bit down at heel but very economical!

MX5: suddenly found itself in front line service due to Saab fails. Roof leaks. Wing mirror still missing two years on, but still starts up nicely and runs well. Probably our most dependable car.

2CV: So long as you leave the choke out a quarter inch it potters along perfectly! Starts fine if you do it right. Looks beautiful. Gaining confidence in this each trip after it nearly let us down one late night whilst giving someone a lift by dying (due to the lights seeming to drop the idle significantly). Need to look at the carb, especially the idle jet, and treat the little rusty bit on the inner arches.

You’re up to speed...
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Posted 16 December 2018 - 05:48 PM

I have been moaning for ages that the roof on my MX5 leaks worse than Julian Asaange, however, following the spend on its new cam belt/water pump etc I realised that I was now spending money to improve it. That coupled with unreliability of other members of the fleet (I.e. the Saab having brake issues) meant that it was needed as a commuter. I decided to take the plunge and ensure that when I did so dampness would be less of an issue.

So I went online and bought a hood, but decided fitting it was a job for a professional...

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Really pleased with the result both in terms of looks and increased water proofness. Well except for one day where it was soaking in there. Not sure why, but it hasn’t happened since! I reckon wind direction.

Anywho! It means that cosmetically the other jobs are in line to actually get done. Like for exaple the wing mirror which has been missing for two years is also now back on the car!

Close enough to a full restoration for me!!
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Posted 16 December 2018 - 05:49 PM

Bah!! Why is it upside down!!!!

In fairness if it was you’d see the fact I had it all under sealed too!!!

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Posted 16 December 2018 - 05:50 PM

I’ll try this one for right way up-ness

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Posted 18 December 2018 - 09:54 AM

Where did you get it done and how much?

I have seen hoods from £150 upwards.

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Posted 22 December 2018 - 11:45 PM

Where did you get it done and how much?

I have seen hoods from £150 upwards.

I got it done at Penrhyn Service station. Owner is an MX5 fan and part of my local mx5 group.

Wasn’t too bad... hood was £180 which isn’t bad, fitting was about £120.

Looks so much better! I’m really pleased

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Posted 14 March 2019 - 10:15 PM

Post some car based content... Controversial!

 

So my Mazda has now become a semi-regular commuter owing to the departure of the good lady's Peugeot to pastures new (seeing as it's clutch had less bite than and old people's home for chocolate tasters).

 

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It copes with this fine, but since the arrival of the 2CV it also means it lives outside all the time.  I bought a cover, which was fine, but with using it a few days a week I cannae be arsed with covering and uncovering each time.  One consequence I noticed of this was the fact that after any kind of rain I not experience a sloshing sound on either acceleration or braking.  Water seems to be finding itself into the sills. (Which on any car isn't great.... on an MX5 whose metal is less sound than cheese it spells disaister!) This should be an easy fix, MX5s have drain holes in the sills. 

 

So after an 11 1/2 hour breakless day in work, it was dark, storm Gareth was blowing a frickin gale and it was cold.  That was the ideal time to solve this problem.  Passenger side no probs, a quick wiggle of the screwdriver and she was wetter than an otters pocket.

 

The drivers side... no amount of prodding or poking got me any pleasure whatsoever.  It seems as if the sill welding I had done a couple of years ago might have gone over the drain hole... Another look this evening in the light has revealed no new entrances to try.

 

Drat.

 

So currently deciding whether to drill a hole in my sills... and where to do it if I do. All I know is the water cannot sit for long, as I swear I can hear it rotting...

 

 


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Posted 14 March 2019 - 10:36 PM

Drill the lowest point? That'll get the most out surely.

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Posted 15 March 2019 - 06:43 AM

That does seem to make sense. I’ll probabky try to drill roughly where the drain hole is supposed to be. Which is the lowest point I think...

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