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Old 05-13-2005, 08:34 PM   #11
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You should get responses within ~48 hours. What kind of junkyards were you going to? The hick one here, only filled with Corsicas, F-150s, and various Toyotas has three 87s [one may be an 88-91, but it has been a while], which means plenty of parts.


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Three 87'*?

Hmm... think you can do me a favor and check out these junkyards to see if you can find anything? I've been to about 6 junkyards in the area, 2 big ones and 4 small ones, and a lot of the answers that I had gotten was that they just threw out two of the 88'* and such, so there were no Bonnevilles there unless they were newer... I got lucky the first day I went after my accident and found a new grill.
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Alright, I will try to head down there in a week or two [gotta drive down there, and I won't be seen at a junkyard with a yellow beetle; small town, people talk ya know ].

Any preference on colour? I don't think there were any Silver ones, but I can surely check. And you have the non-heated one, correct? [heated mirrors have a blue tint to them]. Also what year is your Bonneville? I'd try to pick one up from 87-89 or 90-91.


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Hehe, all I'm going to say is the sooner the better, my inspection is due up this month. :P

I drive a 1989 Bonneville, color honestly doesn't matter because the car really looks bad anyways, so I'm not going to be picky.
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Alright, will do. If my baby fires up this weekend, it'll be fast. Otherwise, I may not make it this month.


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