Junk and salvage repairable Saturn S-Series cars for sale

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Saturn S-Series 1994

Saturn S-Series 1994

130,000 - 140,000 miles

The engine is dead. It has new tires, breaks and spark plugs. Heat, air, and radio works. I have paperwork for all...

$400
Auburn, GA 30011
Saturn S-Series 2000

Saturn S-Series 2000

120,000 - 130,000 miles

The car has two new tires, just installed with only 50 miles driven on them.\r\n\r\nBurgandy, 4 door, Model SL2.

$550
Monroe Township, NJ 08831
Saturn S-Series 2001

Saturn S-Series 2001

140,000 - 150,000 miles

2001 Saturn 5 speed manual transmission. Tranny is bad. Car starts and runs but, will not drive. Was a great...

$300
Shelton, WA 98484
Saturn S-Series 2001

Saturn S-Series 2001

90,000 - 100,000 miles

Small crack in driver side back plate near gas cap. Drive gear is starting to slip but 2nd and 3rd gear still...

$350
Cedar City, UT 84721
Saturn S-Series 2001

Saturn S-Series 2001

160,000 - 170,000 miles

Car needs a new engine, muffler, and doesn’t have a working A/C. Everything else on the car works perfectly.

$300
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
Saturn S-Series 2000

Saturn S-Series 2000

140,000 - 150,000 miles

Computer needs to be reset. Brand new ignition just installed. Very little rust. Good for local travel.

$500
Port Huron, MI 48060
Saturn S-Series 1999

Saturn S-Series 1999

230,000 - 240,000 miles

No power steering, manual, broke down and i don’t know why. i got a new car so i just want to get rid of it.

$250
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Saturn S-Series 2001

Saturn S-Series 2001

140,000 - 150,000 miles

Parked for a couple of years due to overheating. Interior good. Body good with shallow dent in hood. Tires were...

$300
Kersey, CO 80644
Saturn S-Series 1996

Saturn S-Series 1996

150,000 - 160,000 miles

Vehicle runs, but has some damage to the passenger side mirror. all interior still intact and was used a daily...

$600
Bellingham, WA 98226
Saturn S-Series 1995

Saturn S-Series 1995

250,000 - 260,000 miles

Stick, green, runs, body good, 2 alum rims, 253,000 miles, burns oil, no muffler, drivable, new clutch 170,000...

$600
Kunkletown, PA 18058
Saturn S-Series 2001

Saturn S-Series 2001

200,000 - 210,000 miles

It runs. Is missing the drivers side mirror. I have a title in my name. The sunroof doesn't work.

$800
Santa Fe, TX 77510
Saturn S-Series 2002

Saturn S-Series 2002

80,000 - 90,000 miles

Car won't start something wrong with engine has minor imperfections on front left rear head light **salvage title.

$100
Hanford, CA 93230
Saturn S-Series 1997

Saturn S-Series 1997

280,000 - 290,000 miles

Starts but doesn't drive. Clean title. Damage only to the driver front side. It's a stick shift.

$300
Perris, CA 92570
Saturn S-Series 1996

Saturn S-Series 1996

160,000 - 170,000 miles

Needs catilac converter and emergency brake line other then that runs great heat and air conditioning works it is stick.

$500
Abington, PA 19006


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