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Old 05-28-2003, 12:35 AM   #1
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I would have posted in the " H-body" forum..but doubted anyone would see it.

So...if there is anyone, could you post some pics of your L67 LSS ?

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I've only seen them from a distance... sleek and sexy... woohooo!
You might do a search on it, and you'll find a couple of car sites that will have pics.
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Hi

A few "file" photos...but not what I want. I need a "tail" shot showing the bumper..and if it had the same dual setup as the SSEi did.

I may have to go to the local Olds dealer tomorrow...
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I used to sell these. The only real difference was they removed the chrome from the car and tweaked the interior some. The exhaust was the same double out on the right, and the lights were smoothed.
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The appearance of the LSS is one of the reasons why I bought mine. I just need to know how the exhaust differs on the L67 version from my L36 LSS.
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How many L67 LSS'* are out there? I have wanted one for a while, but nobody ever says that they are supercharged in the ads, and I haven't ever seen any that were supercharged that I know of. I knew they were made, but I don't ever see them. I think it would be a very good Sleeper, and that is why I want one. Just wondering if anyone know the percentage of L67'* were made as opposed to L36'*.
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The senior partner in my firm has one...a tan/greyish supercharged LSS, 98 I think...freakin sweet car.

I prefer the raw stylings of the Bonneville more, but the LSS boots for sure
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Hi

It sounds like your boss'* car is almost a carbon copy of mine. The tanish-silver both cars have is Old'* "pewter".

I'd be surprised if more than 10% had the L67. I have only seen one , and that was on a used car lot in 2000. It was a black beauty, with about 25,000 miles. It was considered a "high mileage" car for a 1999, and was listed as $ 11,000.00

I should have snapped it up...but wasnt in the market for one in those days. I certainly wish mine was a L67.
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Pewter...thats the one...ya, and his has dual exhaust...I think...I would check but there is something suspicious abot nosing around the bosses ride.

But yes, the are rare, like an SC'd SE....if you can find em...get em
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Hi

According to the GM parts software, we couldnt find a dual outlet system for the L67 LSS.
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