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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 07-05-2005, 10:52 PM   #61
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50-60 in parts, a little easier on the Series 2 than the Series 1. We'll talk you through it.

One more thing. Always tell the dealer you're interested more in your second or third choice. That way you can 'settle' for your first choice.
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50-60 in parts, a little easier on the Series 2 than the Series 1. We'll talk you through it..
Thanks, sound a little better than I thought.

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One more thing. Always tell the dealer you're interested more in your second or third choice. That way you can 'settle' for your first choice.
After buying 28 cars from dealers I have a good idea how they operate and if by chance I forget, I go and vist my brother in Phoenix, he has been a car salseman since 1972 and tells me that there is an *** for every seat, all you have to do is get them to sit in it. All I can do is go and do battle.......
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You and I should compare notes and write a Techinfo article.

I never pay more than BELOW wholesale for any car.
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You and I should compare notes and write a Techinfo article.

I never pay more than BELOW wholesale for any car.
That explains the Honda then........................
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You and I should compare notes and write a Techinfo article.

I never pay more than BELOW wholesale for any car.
That explains the Honda then........................
Bonneville: 750 under wholesale.
Honda: 300 under wholesale.
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You and I should compare notes and write a Techinfo article.

I never pay more than BELOW wholesale for any car.
That explains the Honda then........................
Bonneville: 750 under wholesale.
Honda: 300 under wholesale.
Bonneville: 2K under wholesale I think
My truck: 800 under wholsesale.
My motorcycle: 780 under wholesale....
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You guys can argue that out yourselves....

Are there any pontiac sites that have pics of all of the SSEi years made?
I remember that my wifes 95 and now the 97, I just cant picture the 96, is it like a 95 or 97?
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I just cant picture the 96, is it like a 95 or 97?
Good morning nick. It'* like the black 97 you were looking at.
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You guys can argue that out yourselves....

Are there any pontiac sites that have pics of all of the SSEi years made?
I remember that my wifes 95 and now the 97, I just cant picture the 96, is it like a 95 or 97?
i can post all the pics you want. I am the trim level specialist!!! Here are the pics of the SSEi bodystyles.


92-95 bodystyle in RED and 96-99 bodystyleBLUE

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if you want intereiors and underhood pics go to this link right here:


http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...pic.php?t=7280
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