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Old 03-20-2008, 10:36 AM   #1
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Default bonneville chrome door pillars.

has anyone from bc ever heard of this site or ever bought anything from autopillars.com.

they say they have a 8 peice chrome pillar set for the 92-99 bonneville and its $89.99 for the 8 peice set plus $15 for the shipping...

can i trust them....?


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Well I don't know of anyone here thats used them, But if thats the look your after, then why not? kinda spendy, but thats what you get when its real metal they're using


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I'd ask for a picture of the actual product before spending any money
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If you were going to do that why dont you just get the tape type stuff they have at autozone? Im sure its not nearly as nice as that but my brother put it along the bottom of his truck and its still looking good. I mean its worth a try considering its like 10 or 20 bucks a roll. just puttin my 2 cents out there.
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I'd ask for a picture of the actual product before spending any money
teriffic idea haro.... i will send them an email now
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Did they end up working? You have any pics of the install?
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