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Old 03-25-2005, 12:06 AM   #21
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[quote="91 Vette"]No, it had to settle out, the scales are hollow that is sitting there after a minute. Mine has leather. It is an SE.[/quote

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I own a fully optioned 93 ssei. Last I checked with a full tank of gas it was 3650lbs. It was weighed on a truckers scale that was recently calibrated.
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