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Old 06-19-2004, 03:44 PM   #1
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Just joined up today, i was hoping there would exist a holy grail of bonneville owners. Anyway, i have an 84 LE, but to date i have never seen one like mine. Does anyone own or know someone who owns an 84 LE, 5.0L, with no original vinyl roof? I have seen quite a few 1984 LEs but none like mine. I really enjoy driving it, from the cloth bench seats, 4 speed automatic, rally wheels, two-toned grey and metallic green paint. I've also added a bit such as fully dual exhaust (no cats), Edelbrock valve covers and air cleaner, K&N, and a rockford fosgate system. Only 126,000 km on it, 20K i put on.
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Welcome to the club. Good to see another classic around here. Keep going with the upgrades, these things are great when they're done up. I hope to get my dual exhaust done in a few weeks. Post some pics!
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Oooooo...classy!!! I've never seen one QUITE like yours, it'* a really cool car Stick around, we could use more classics around here

Mine'* the 83 version, same body style, different engine...plus a vinyl top, aka the Brougham package Do you have the velour seats, or cloth?

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Welcome to the club. Good to see another classic around here. Keep going with the upgrades, these things are great when they're done up. I hope to get my dual exhaust done in a few weeks. Post some pics!
You'll lose a lot of low-end torque with true duals... I did anyway. :/
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True that, however horsepower in the upper ranges is significantly increased. Next upgrade i'm hoping for is a torque converter. Something with a lower rpm stall speed, maybe between 1500-2500 rpm to give that kick in the *** off the line.

I found by removing the mudflaps, it dropped the silly stock look and those rear wheel wells seem to have more of an aggressive stance. That'* my opinion
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