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Old 11-14-2004, 12:10 AM   #31
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Thanks for the welcome. Found your site from a post on ClubGP. I drive a '99 Grand Prix GT, but I loved my old Bonneville.
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- 1987 Bonnevilles have the belts on the pillar.
My US 87 SE doesn't.
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moms is on the door on her 91! also, in the early model SSE bonnes, the radio controls were mounted differently on the steering wheel. i have an SSE at my junkyard here that has just regular SE seats but it is a full out SSE other than that. I thought that was wierd. My SSE has the seatbelts well, yall know where!! NE ways, there are lots of differences that i have noticed as well.
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Some do and some don't. There is also a difference in 1987 for the back seat as well (lap belts). From 1988-1991, all Bonnevilles had frontal GM throw-you-out-the-door belts and rear seat shoulder belts.

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Some do and some don't. There is also a difference in 1987 for the back seat as well (lap belts). From 1988-1991, all Bonnevilles had frontal GM throw-you-out-the-door belts and rear seat shoulder belts.

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- 1987 Bonnevilles have the belts on the pillar.
My US 87 SE doesn't.
Hmmm, Got me thinking. I'm suspecting the car was end of run already because of the other options it has, Maybe I got the "new" seatbelts. Bah, Either way the car is still only worth the $75 the junkyard will give me.
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