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Old 05-21-2010, 02:05 PM   #1
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Dumb *** ex wife hit car port with my '97 SE passenger door needs replace. I've been told a 98 ('91-6) & Park Ave ('91-6) will work,is this correct?
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Door from 92-99 should work. I dont think that a door from a Park Avenue would work, as they are C bodies, which essentially are stretched h bodies. I think that is one spot they stretch too.
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I was under the impression it ha to be '96-'99 Bonnie?
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I believe they are the same. Not many body changes between 92-95 and 96-99. I think if anything is different, it would be the trim hangers.
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