my personal recommendation is to not ever get lambo doors, there are so many things to go wrong, and they get really annoying really fast. If you get the 90 degree ones you always have to open them up or squeeze out of a very small opening. The doors can go out of alignment by slamming or dropping the door on the way down and may need adjustments every once and a while. Many times the shocks are not strong enough to push up the doors, and they are really heavy (and bonneville doors are usually heavy anyways) It looks cool but I would never suggest doing this to a everyday driver, maybe a show car or a car for the weekends, but it does get old.
1994 SSE, 180 t-stat, gucci accented interior, suede headliner, eclipse avx5000 headunit, two 7.8" sunvisor screens, two 7" headrest screens, dvd player / tv tuner, infinity kappa perfect 5.1 components, infinity 12.1 perfect in the trunk, 2 rockford fosgate 350s powers, infinity refrence 7541a, 0 gauge audiobahn high flow wiring, duralast gold battery, sound dampened trunk and doors, xenon-white headlights, 2 15" and 1 20" red neons shine on the back doors, 2 3" and 6 12" blacklights lighting up the whole interior, red leds in the vents, red optx el neon pedals, red streetglow headlight leds, clear corners, pilot seven color angel eyes, blaze seven color underlighting kit, viper 791 xv.