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Old 11-12-2004, 10:19 AM   #1
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Default Thanks for the suggestions on the window switch!

So this is a common ocurrence? It'* just misbehaving because of the cold weather or I just need to get a new switch. Sounds easy enough. My dad and I practically have all of the area junkyards on speed dial. It seems when you own older model vehicles that you always need some small part no matter how good of shape the vehicle is in. Unfortuantely Delaware isn't the greatest place to find salvage Bonnevilles. I had to call about 10 junkyards before I found one that even had a Bonneville that might have the part I needed (a trim piece to replace one torn off and cracked by my over zealous pet pygmy goat who happened to take out his mating season energy on my car) His horn caught the edge of the piece and slid underneath, he yanked his head back which thus ripped it off and rendered it useless. CRAZY BUT TRUE!
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Ok. We want pics of the goat!

We have alot of really good wreckers across the country. If you need help finding an impossible part, post it in the WANTED forum, and we'll see what we can do for you!
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Default Re: Thanks for the suggestions on the window switch!

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(a trim piece to replace one torn off and cracked by my over zealous pet pygmy goat who happened to take out his mating season energy on my car) His horn caught the edge of the piece and slid underneath, he yanked his head back which thus ripped it off and rendered it useless. CRAZY BUT TRUE!
LMAO!! That'* too funny! Sorry to hear about the bad luck..but it'* still humorous to me!!

Glad you got 'er going!
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