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Old 11-21-2015, 06:20 PM   #1
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When in doubt, consult the experts! I just got back from Pull A Part in Charlotte. I was hoping the 95 Bonnie they had might have a useful part or two, but it was ragged. I did spot 01 and 03 Lesabres with good headliners. Obviously, the dome light/garage door remote nook is different, as well as the side lights. I'd plan on just swapping it all over. I wouldn't expect a "drop in" swap, and would be willing to do some work to fit it. Thought maybe someone'* already done this. Same question about the carpet. -Adam
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I don't recall this ever being addressed on the forum.

I would expect them to be different, if not completely incompatible. The '00 model year was a complete redesign, and the only thing really carried over was the drive train.
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2000+ is a different body style inside and out.
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I realize it'* a total redesign, but still about the same size. I checked the Winston-Salem Pull a Part online, and they have about 5 Bonnies, so I'll be making a road trip this weekend!
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