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Old 02-29-2008, 01:43 AM   #1
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Two questions:

What do you guys think of this shift ****?
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Would it fit my car?

http://cgi.ebay.ca/Pontiac-Bonnevill...QQcmdZViewItem

It says Pontiac Bonneville but then again, sometimes they just put that and it ends up not working.
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Says Pontiac Bonneville but gives no sizes and then says universal fitment?
Up to you
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i'm guessing that it would fit, but man, that thing is ugly!
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it would probably work, but think of it this way, it is chrome so it is going to be annoying from the glare if the sun hits it a certain way, and also you are always going to have to clean fingerprints off of it every time you use it...(plus it really doesn't go with the interior) but thats just what comes to my mind when I saw that.
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But I'm also taking out the instrument cluster and putting chrome trim around the gauges and in various others place I see fit.
So it would eventually go with the rest of it.
I'm just indecisive to the fact that it would work or not..

Before going on this site, I remember buying a carbon fibre **** from Candian Tire (I was stupid, I don't know why I did it) a while ago, and when I finally got it to go on, the vehicle would be in park but wouldn't let me take out the key.
Needless to say, Candian Tire is the worst for car accesories.
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I saw the Tundra dash that I think you said your Dad has and I think that with your plans this shift **** fits in kind of perfect. If it was just for a bonnie without the changes you are going to make I would say no way. With your plans this makes a lot of sense and I think will look kick butt in the end.

Mod your rod, till you're satisfied.
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Thank you for the motivation
But yeah I figured if I'm going to dress up the exterior and the engine, the interior will need some attention as well.
And I was looking for bits and pieces that would work well in conjunction with the dash including the shift **** and chrome trim.
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