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Old 05-19-2004, 11:06 PM   #11
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a would i have to change ignition locks? and is it worth it fixxing a 91 bonnie with 236000
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As long as the car is not rusted through anywhere I would say that it is worth fixing up. These cars stand out in a world of civics and cavaliers. ( just dont race any of them ) The SSE is one hot car IMHO. Just hook your bonne up with wheels and cool lighting and go pimping : Welcome to the club!!
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Welcome to the club!! My '91 has 110k on it and I plan on keeping it until it rusts apart Keep the Bonnie and make it shine like a new penny!! Mine will
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The rear SSE lenses are becoming almost impossible to find and they seperate
to a clear plastic appearance with age.
They fight over these lenses on ebay between $200 -300 . for one.
You know, I also don't really mind the look of no plastic lenses, just the black cover. I've seen a few SSE'* rolling around like that, but I'm not sure how good it is in terms of water getting into the taillight assembly
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wow mine looks like the marron one but its got a black hood and its nto as cleaned thanks to the eggs it got and needs som work
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You know, I also don't really mind the look of no plastic lenses, just the black cover. I've seen a few SSE'* rolling around like that, but I'm not sure how good it is in terms of water getting into the taillight assembly
Yeah you can break off the clear plastic and just leave the black. As far as water getting in, the lights are sealed between the black and red part, just make sure that you drill a few small holes in the underside of the outer black shell so that water doesnt sit in there. Thats what I did and so far there have been no problems with water or snow.
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