Hi All, new guy here.
I inheirited a 1990 Bonneville LE when my aunt passed away back in January. Not a bad car, though a change in pace from the F-bodies I'm used to. The car had only 24,000 miles on it and most of the work I've been doing to it has been general maintenenace stuff. (plugs, plug wires, belts, filters, oil, etc.) Only thing major has been converting the A/C system from R-12 to R134a due to compressor failure. Car was from southwestern PA, where A/C isn't used much..probably never used at all in the car till it came to me in Florida.
There'* one nagging problem that I'd like to fix. The damn pinstripe down the passenger side front fender is applied wrong. Years ago, before she decided that it was time to stop driving, my Aunt used the Bonneville as a battering ram to knock a concrete block out of her garage wall. Dealer in Pennsylvania replaced the fender, headlights, and bumper. However, the pinstripe was applied wrong...it doesn't arc like the driver side fender, but is perfectly straight.
Is the pinstripping still available? GM dealer couldn't find a part number for it.
Plan B is to completely remove all the pinstripping from the car without damaging the paint.
Ormond Beach, Florida
1990 Bonneville LE, '87 420cid Camaro, '94 Camaro, '97 Astro Van