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Old 03-10-2006, 08:07 PM
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I trst drove a 1995 park avenue today in excellent condition and only 77k miles. It had the gran touring package. I thought it was a really nice solid smooth ride, but not great handling. How would a supercharged bonne compare in overal driving performance to this 3800 NA Park Ave?
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It would have much tighter supsension and would be much faster.
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IFunny I have Two Park Aveys sitting in backyard, still running fine -just dated. (And ya they steer a little loose for tuna boats, but you get the feel for it pretty quick. As for the comparison. Even the Park Ave */C ( rare) puts a stern whooping on the non */C so I imagine a slightly lighter Bonny */C would pass it like it'* standing still. Not putting them down though. Loved them in there day and cant part with them. I keep thinking twin engined Park Ave. One for the front wheels and one for the back wheels.
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Originally Posted by Sol
It would have much tighter supsension and would be much faster.
a park ave will only be a minimal ammount slower due to the extra 2-300lbs of extra weight, the big difference will be in the handling and ride quality.

you also have the series1 vs series2 difference between the 99 and 95
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the seats are like pillows too
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the seats are like pillows too
Ain't that the truth.
I waited for my fiancee to get off work this evening and wound up taking a 45 minute nap in the parking lot with the windows down
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