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Old 07-27-2004, 01:00 PM   #1
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in 96, were the only bonnies that could have bucket seats the SSEi'*?

is it possible to convert from bench to buckets?

hmm... guess there would be the whole column shifter thing...

so yeah, original question: did the lower trim levels have the bucket seat option?

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Yes the option was available. You could put bucket seats in your car but you would need to do something with the center console.
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i don't actually have one, just more of a curiosity : )

although i see from our RPO list that d55 would be the RPO to look for... the interior is just so much better that way!

in our lesabre, the wife is always putting the console up between the seats and then piling junk there... i hate that! but with a real center console... problem solved...

might be time to get me a bonnie : )
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or put buckets in the lesaber
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that would be interesting

unfortunately, the lesabre has a very different center cluster than you folks do (yours looks much better, btw), so it would be a no-go. And I don't know if I'd be able to find the proper interior color - the lesabre is a nice blue... and I haven't seen that on a bonnie before... (maybe i just haven't looked hard enough?)
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