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Old 09-15-2004, 07:17 AM   #21
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That actually looks really good. I need to start looking a little more for some SE tails.


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Justin, FYI, There are about 8 Bonne SE at a local wrecker where I live. A couple of them are 88-89 year models. One was red and the other blue.. The tails appeared to be in good condition with no damage. They charge "by the inch" for tail light componets at .99 per inch.
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wow that'* cheap. Actually what i'm thinking is I can get some LE tails for $10, and the plastic is PERFECT, if it'll fit on mine [anyone know for sure?], then i'll remove the plastic on both, and put the LE'* on my SSE'*. If that'll fit, then hell yeah SSE tails that arn't broken!


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I paid $25 after getting lucky at the boneyard for one left-side SSE tail.

Now to find the right side The left was originally much worse though (cracked but not broken), other than some small cracks, my right isn't so bad.
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the nightshades thing would cover it all right up, and because you have a black bonnie, it would look damn cool.

EDIT: Don't bid on these, I am poor, and anything more than free is too much.

here'* the left side:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...922467778&rd=1

here'* the right side:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...922468529&rd=1

That shine leads me to believe they are beautiful in condition.


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Bah, put on hold. Someone bid on it. Not even going to try, since if he bid anything more than $5 I can't afford it. Aviator: You umm.. maybe want to hook me up with those tails. I'd need some pics though. I'd surely reimburse you.


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