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Old 05-03-2008, 11:27 PM   #1
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I"m noticing that there are a few plastic pins sticking out of the grille in the right hand corner.... Am i missing something?
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does your grill look like this?

I don't think you are missing anything.. can you get a picture of these tabs?

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negative, mine is a 93... it has those honeycomb patterns inlaid into it behind the logo, I'll snap a pic first thing in the morning, shes in mothballs right now at mommy'* house
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that is a 93 SE, courtesy of http://www.bonnevillepics.com/

Here is the other grill.

http://www.bonnevillepics.com/bccars...7/IMG_0519.JPG
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Ummmm why are there two different hull types? My bonnie (93) is the exact same color and hull type as the 2nd link. Do I have an SE? or something even more basic? Hit me up.
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There were three grill overall available in 93. Base SE like in the first pic from Haro, then SLE which has hexagonal mesh, and SSE(i) which had elongated hexagonal mesh.
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If you have RPO code H4U on your spare tire cover, you have the SLE package and the hex grille.

Horizontal bars if you don't.

If neither of these is true, someone put the wrong grille on your car.
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