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Old 11-04-2004, 08:13 PM   #11
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The guy who makes these is an member of CLUBGP. I remember him making a few and posting them on CLUBGP and then getting swamped with people wanting them!
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I am the guy who makes the flush mounting kits and if you have any questions about them let me know.

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Wow...these are sweet. If anyone gets one, lets me know. I'd definitely be interested in the backlit one!!!
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Mark, i think your my new favoritest vendor!
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Mark, i think your my new favoritest vendor!
i'll agree with that
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i deffinatley want one!
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I am planning on making some prototypes of the Bonneville HU mounting kits next week and I would like to know what popular lettering options you recommend?

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I like bonneville in big letters with a smaller "supercharged" underneat it. SE, SSE, SLE, SSEi, or GXP doesn't mean much to most people, but "supercharged" will grab just about anyone'* attention, especially backlit (red)!
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something of that nature...
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That dude rocks. But watch out, Floorshifts have different mounts that column shifts.
Wrong. 1992/1993 is different than 1994+. Floor shift and column shift will have the same mounts in each category. The 1992-1993 won't quite fit properly in a 1994+, but a 1994+ will fit in a 92/93.
I believe the right mount had an angle on it in the 1992-1993 where as the 1994+ is a flat mount.
Thinks about that for a second... Nah, My column shift mounts didn't fit in Trav'* floor shift. Both 93'*, Mine was built in July, His in August.

How about "Bonneville" in the 92 text, that could look cool. Maybe the 00+ if you're a little more "blingy"
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