Talking to my mechanic the other day as we test drove a car I might by, I asked him which cars he hates to see come in the door, just would rather not fix. He answered unhestitatingly: "Old cars." We agreed on that, and then he added "Foreign cars" because of the difficulty in getting parts for them, making repairs take longer and be more expensive.
So I told him about SwedishParts.net, an online site that lets you get Saab Parts easily and quickly and cheaply. I'm no mechanic, but the site makes me not have to be. They've got parts for Volvos and Saabs and if you spend more than $50 you'll get free shipping on either the day you order them or at the latest the very next day. They even guarantee the lowest prices.
With that information, he'll be a better mechanic -- and you can either get your parts online and take them to your mechanic, or, if you're handy, you can get them and put them in yourself. But whoever's installing them, get them from SwedishPart.net-- reliable, quick, and GUARANTEED lowest prices.