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Old 09-13-2020, 09:20 AM   #1
gas3987
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Default 1999 Saturn SL2 For Sale, Automatic Sedan

Up for sale is my great condition 1999 Saturn SL2, automatic sedan. Originally from Arizona this car is nearly rust free and has had a majority of the know issues corrected and is ready for a new home. I have just about all the receipts of what I've done to it since I got it in 2016, and the previous owner gave me a stack of receipts that go back several years from there.

Highlighted features:

-211,3XX miles (will go up a little, I drive it regularly to keep it from sitting)
-1.9L DOHC 4 Cylinder engine
-4-speed automatic transmission
-Cruise control
-Power windows
-Power locks
-Am/fm cassette radio
-Heat and A/C both work


Highlighted recent and major service:

-Fresh synthetic engine oil/filter change
-All greaseable joints greased
-Fresh synthetic transmission fluid/filter change
-New spark plugs
-Recent spark plug wires
-Newly installed remanufactured rack and pinion
-Freshly aligned
-All 4 recent tires
-Recent brakes all around
-Exhaust cat-back less than 1 year old
-Interior shampooed and scotch-garded
-Transmission valve body replaced with fully rebuilt unit (see donnylester on eBay)
-Input/output shaft nuts replaced and re-torqued
-1st gear sprag clutch replaced
(Shifts proper and smooth)


Possibly could stand for a headliner, though it has been neatly pinned up and we have a new uninstalled liner to go with the car. The guy I got it from replaced it but it started coming down about 3 months after I got it, and never got around to doing it as I just focused on the mechanicals.

For those who will be interested I never opened the engine beyond the valve cover gasket and spark plugs, and it looked clean in there when I did do that, no sludge and the plugs always looked a normal grey. It has never gone through more than a quart in 3-4000 miles, and doesn't smoke or make any weird noises. In my time with it it has had a steady diet of synthetic oil and premium filters, usually WIX. The previous owner by documentation changed the oil very regularly as well with synethetic blend or higher.

Asking $2397 but am negotiable. Selling only because we can't afford to register, insure and maintain 3 cars. We upgraded my wife's vehicle and I'm moving to her old car.

As is, cash only! North of Morris, IL.

Direct contact e-mail is gasteffens@gmail.com
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