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Old 10-14-2006, 09:04 PM   #1
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Someone put them in thier GP. I wonder if the would fit in a Bonneville or h-body in general. Andrew? You're car is apart, i'd say drop them in the 00'. They are heated/ cooled for both driver and passenger only heated in back, and have Bose speakers in the seat.
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Someone put them in thier GP. I wonder if the would fit in a Bonneville or h-body in general. Andrew? You're car is apart, i'd say drop them in the 00'. They are heated/ cooled for both driver and passenger only heated in back, and have Bose speakers in the seat.
Thats cool... To bad the only color scheme was black and red :( . $900 + shipping= ouch
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no seatbelts, so you would have to add in seatbelts if you were to use them on an 00+
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looks amazing.. but im not gonna be doing them... already got new leather!
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looks amazing.. but im not gonna be doing them... already got new leather!
What are you going to do in your car?
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looks amazing.. but im not gonna be doing them... already got new leather!
What are you going to do in your car?
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...hlight=leather
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He had to weld and fabricate. The STS-V has nothing in common with a bonneville body wise, so i'd assume they're far from bolting in...

Very cool (literally and figuratively). Although i'd prob leave the speakers off, they might be nice for a hands free phone?
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i must say, that they look out of place next to the door panels in that GP
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