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Old 05-05-2005, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default 92 or 93 white non bubble butt SSE supercharged

sse vs ssei question

I saw my first bonneville that was not an SE today ...ever...in this city...

It had center mounted fogs but no SSEi or SSE badging. I only saw it for a second, not sure if it was from around here but....

It had a pontiac/bonneville emblem like the 87-91 where the badge should be

I assume it was a 92 sse???

btw it looked like it had about 800 thousand miles on it.
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Doesn't sound like factory badging placement. Could you make out the wheels?
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Ok.....this could have been a Superchared SSE. Some were built with 'supercharged' badging only in the typical spots that you would see the SSE. This would be a long oval badge with the word "supercharged", and no other badging. That badge was 3/4" of an inch high I think? There'* a pic or two around here somewhere. I know 95BonnevilleSESC has them on his SESC, and Steve had them on his 93 SSE SC.
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Like this?

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Yup. Just like yours!
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YEAH. identical to that but add 300,000 miles to the body

I might make them an offer or something and have a beater l67
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also should add that it was white......
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Curses!
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yeah but it is my best bet since I have seen a few se'* around here, all were l36. The cheapest one was this 95 for $4500......with 184,000








note: brake rotors...it is a daily driver for the owner of "we pay cash for cars" used car shop.
looking thru the ghetto golds to see some ghetto gold rotors

oh well next time I see an older SSEi regaurdless of condition I am flagging that driver down to see if I can set up a deal. Or do the ebay thing here but shipping to Idaho is not cheap.
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shouldnt them rotors be shiny? id say thats been there a while. in fact, my rotors dont even look nearly like that, and the car has not been moved for a good 2-3 months.
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