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Old 11-29-2004, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default Besides the 2000 generation and the LeSabres, PA'*, etc.....

Who have those sunvisor sliding shades on the 92-99 Bonnevilles? I only know one person with them and he has a 92 SE. I was wondering if they weere for the earlier production models or he just put them in himself.
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i was looking for them when i got my bonneville i really liked them in my buick they came in handy once in a while.
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I have that...seems like a pretty standard item if you have sunroof/moonroof no?I find its a great insulator against the glass. close it at night and its not so damn cold (as it could be)
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are we talking the sliders that come out of the sunvisors, becuase i have them on my 93

or are we talking the slider for the moonroof?

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I have em. I think they come standard on the LSS. Not entirely sure though.
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If you are talking about the thingy (oh yeah, technical term) that comes over the window and basicly attempts to make it look like part of the interior roof, the '94 SLE (Logan'*) has it to go with the moonroof.
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are we talking the sliders that come out of the sunvisors

Thats what I am talking about.
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