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Saab convertibles had a great run, bringing a lift in sales for the struggling Swedish auto company. The Saab 900 convertible was launched in 1986 with a limited run and sold out so quickly that Saab knew they were on to something. In 1994, after a merger with GM, they produced the Saab 900 SE convertible, which is famously known as "the goose" because of the way the emblem read on the back of the cabriolet.
Saab also created a sports version cabriolet model: the 9-3 convertible. Saab offered a 9-3 S convertible with a turbocharged engine, a 9-3 SE with even more horsepower and their most powerful 9-3 was the 9-3 Viggen convertible that was named after the Saab 37 Viggen aircraft.
Replacements for the Saab 900 convertible top and the Saab 9-3 convertible top are available with TopsOnline. We offer factory original replacement tops in A5 Sonnenland German cloth, which was original to all Saab convertible models. In addition, we offer less expensive materials that are also great quality. Replacement Saab 900 convertible tops and Saab 9-3 convertible tops can come in Haartz Stayfast cloth and Haartz Twillfast cloth, as well as an ecomony cloth, Sunfast twill.
To save you hundreds on the replacement cost for your Saab convertible top, we recommend our private label convertible tops in Haartz Stayfast cloth. These premium convertible tops are made with the same quality as national branded tops, without the overhead and advertising expense. They come with the same warranty and are made with factory patterns and craftsmanship that you can trust to last for years and restore your Saab convertible top to top shape.
In addition to new Saab convertible tops, we also offer the other convertible top replacement parts that your project may need. Check out our selection of convertible top cables, convertible top pads and convertible top headliner replacements to help update the complete convertible top during your restoration project.
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