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Old 09-24-2003, 09:24 PM   #61
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I see says the blind man, thanks.
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hey Custom, I find it odd that Rivs and Roras didn't come with air compressors. I feel jipped..oh well, I just carry a bike pump with me...

Or I can get that James Bond style auto inflate tires. COOL...I bet the ELC compressor can do that too
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A bike pump ? Ok........... Alot of GM vehicles have the compressor and no air. Lincoln has an air ride suspension system similiar to trucks and they don't even have it.
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Yes sir..just like this

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I seen it all. Damn my stomach is hurting now from all that laughing from the WTF post to this.
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What can I say..I'm a happy camper tonight comedy is my thing
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I can see it now, someone has a flat tire on the side of the road, with a bycycle pump, filling there tire up.
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Nothing. All of the Ultras have headrest in the back . The NA'* don't. Have you ever noticed that? Same thing in the 88-91 Bonneville SSE'*. The SSE'* had headrest in the back and the standard, LE and SE didn't.
Back in the 1980s, the Pontiac 6000 STE (Special Touring Edition) had the same extras: ELC, air pump outlet in the trunk and headrests on the back seat.
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Last night I was sitting here thinking what cars had headrest in the back seats (GM related) and were all the higher trim level vehicles. Yep the 6000 STE were one of them. The Grand Prix SE in 89-91? was aanother. 2+2 seating also.
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Nothing. All of the Ultras have headrest in the back . The NA'* don't. Have you ever noticed that? Same thing in the 88-91 Bonneville SSE'*. The SSE'* had headrest in the back and the standard, LE and SE didn't.
That'* so your passengers' necks don't snap when you step on it!!
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