1991 Saab 900 Turbo Convertible – NO RESERVE!

Sold for $3,300

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1991 Saab 900 Turbo Convertible – NO RESERVE!

Current bid of $3,300

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TFL’s Take – What better place for Tommy from TFL to sell his Saab 900 Turbo than to the TFL community here on TFLbids. You can check out his in-depth walk-around of the Saab by clicking on the video below. AutoCheck report notes no accidents. For Saab lovers out there, this is a killer, No-Reserve opportunity to bid on and drive home a gem.



  • Original 4-cylinder turbo
  • 3-speed automatic trans-axle
  • Front-wheel drive
  • 4 passenger
  • Front-wheel drive
  • New tires
  • Rear portion of the convertible top professionally replaced. Power top works perfectly
  • Cruise control
  • No tears in the seats
  • Complete service history paperwork dating to 1991
  • Selling vehicle to fund a new vehicle purchase
  • Rust-free
  • Bought from original owner’s family
  • All lights work like new
  • Fog lights


  • Radio turns on, but no sound comes out of the speakers
  • A/C is broken
  • Several small cracks in the dash
  • Scuff on front bumper corner
  • Small area of bubbling paint on the rear left fender


  • New tires on all corners.
  • Steering work
  • See Tommy’s video below for a complete rundown of all the work he put into it since purchasing it.

This Auction Has Ended
Ended On: December 15, 2020 at 4:00 pm
Result: Sold for $3,300

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Bidding History
December 15, 2020 3:58 pm $3,300.00
December 15, 2020 3:43 pm $3,200.00
December 15, 2020 4:33 am $3,100.00
December 14, 2020 7:42 pm $3,000.00
December 12, 2020 9:16 am $2,750.00
December 11, 2020 1:38 pm $2,500.00
December 11, 2020 10:07 am $2,100.00
December 8, 2020 6:13 pm $2,000.00
December 8, 2020 5:58 pm $800.00
December 8, 2020 4:43 pm $700.00
December 8, 2020 10:29 am $600.00
December 8, 2020 9:34 am $500.00
December 8, 2020 8:36 am $350.00
December 8, 2020 8:05 am $250.00
December 8, 2020 5:56 am $100.00
Auction started December 8, 2020 5:00 am
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  1. TFL Grant

    We have a winner! Thank you for bidding on Tommy’s classic Saab. Sign up for our email to see when another classic Saab comes up for auction on TFLbids.

  2. TFL Grant

    Be sure to refresh your browser every minute or so to make sure you see any new bids come in sooner rather than later.

  3. KatyTruckGuy

    I love Saabs, I grew up with them in the NE, but … this price seems very high for what this is. Saab fans who buy emotionally are probably your best bet.

    • TFL Grant

      the winning bidder will know what they’re getting and why it’s valuable to them. It’s in great shape for a 29-year-old convertible.

    • KatyTruckGuy

      Auction is over, so nothing I say here can affect your sale so I am going to let it fly. I am a pretty positive guy, very optimistic in life. When it comes to selling/buying cars and real estate, I take issue with emotional sales pitches. Cars and houses are the biggest purchases people make in life. I have a couple criticisms about the ethics of this auction site. In what is now clearly an infomercial about this car, tommy’s videos built it up, and I believe hey called this a “classic car” and implied it was or will be collectable. Saabs are diffcult to sell, very expensive to repair and this is not a classic car. As you discovered when you offered this car for sale on another site for $5400 +/- and had no takers. The AC alone can cost up to 3K to repair. How can we trust the videos TFL makes purporting to be unbiased reviews when you are selling your cars at auction with a lot of hype. It seems in my opinion, to be a conflict of interest.

      I also think that your channels seem to be turning into a carnival barker for a 1980’s style, greed is good, used car lot. It is hilarious to hear Tommy use the word “bourgeois” in the perjoritive when he just sold a car for 1k over max value.

      If you are going to continue with the auctiin site, you might want to have a come to jesus meeting with your viewers and explain exactly how you are funded, where your revenue streams come from. Linus media group did this, you may want to watch it as a template.

      I have to say, I now view your channels as a paid promotion for the vehicles you present and your channel credibility is going dropping with me. Your reviews always felt a bit “white gloved” I thought perhaps you were just a culturally polite group. Now I feel like you might be trying to protect revenue streams.

      It is a shame really, because the site is a good idea, that if done ethically could be a great source for honest, open car sales. I wish you all the best and am rooting for you guys.

    • TFL Grant

      Thanks for sharing your opinion. All we’re doing is creating an additional revenue stream to help us do more interesting videos, purchase more vehicles to do thorough and in-depth reviews over the course of months to a year, and not rely solely on controlled press launches or short press vehicle reviews that come with limits to what we can do. I don’t see your issue with ethics. The winner of this auction knew EXACTLY what he was paying for and is ecstatic over winning the auction. I don’t understand the problem here. Are you saying we’re unethical because we sold a car to someone who really wanted it? You may take issue with our need to pay the bills through a variety of sources, but I can assure you that transparency is a core value of our company. We detail and document all the issues we have with our personal vehicles that we sell. It’s all there on YouTube. We don’t take the negative videos down when we put up our vehicles for sale. For that reason, potential bidders can feel more assured about what they’re bidding on. As for the value of the car and how we review it, that’s always going to rub some people the wrong way. Fortunately, many more people appreciate our perspective.

    • Dcarbuff123

      Grant/Tommy I know this might be a bit late on your discussion and you might not see this, but I think your site is a wonderful idea and eventually as more people become aware of the site it will become a great place for car/truck people to buy and sell vehicles and a nice revenue stream for the group, furthermore YouTube is an easy spot to promote it which is perfect. You all seem very honest, its not easy for car/truck people to make a living doing what they love most, good luck and keep up the good work.

    • TFL Grant

      Thank you, Daryl! We appreciate the kind words and support.

    • TFLtommy

      Katy I disagree entirely. I believe $3300 for a Saab Turbo with under 120K is a great deal. I have well over $5K invested, and comps I’ve seen even with the automatic typically fetch far more. You’d be lucky to find a 900 S with similar mileage for price this sold for. I also feel I represented the car fairly. It was a one family car until I purchased it this year with a complete service history. It’s certainly not perfect but the new owner is very excited, and is greatly looking forward to the car. I’d call it a win.

  4. Jetsetben

    I just sent this auction to some Saab lovers. Happy bidding.

  5. HahnsGruber

    This will put the Meat in the Seat.

  6. Nmaharajh

    Do you know what’s broken with the AC?

    • TFLtommy

      Hi There, Thanks for the comment! I do not know what is broken with the A/C. I never investigated as I just used it as a convertible when it got hot! -Tommy

  7. HahnsGruber

    Nice. Very Nice.

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