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View Poll Results: What is the rarest Bonneville Color 92+
1997-1998 Gold Fire Mist 2 25.00%
1997-1999 Olive Grey/Green 2 25.00%
Other (Spill your Bonneville knowledge) 4 50.00%
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Old 11-14-2004, 08:11 PM   #11
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imo becks car rules.... now just make it a newer year youre in like flint.
What'* wrong with the year? Besides the stupid stalling out problem......
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Kennginn had the same car as beckstyle but his was an SSE Supercharged with the same two tone leather.
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As for our cars being the "Gold Fire Mist" color as rare...I'm not sure if thats true, but I can tell you from multiple sources that its one GM'* most expensive colors in the market right now. Very hard to duplicate.
Actually, our cars are two different colors. The pictures I've taken don't show it very well, but it'* a deeper color and in person with the two cars parked next to each other -your car would look silver.
Either I'll have to get some good pictures or we'll have to wait until Bonnie Fest '05.
Or, I can just go get my RPO code for the paint and we can compare.

here'* the best photo I can find showing Gold Fire Mist off:


A not couple so good photo of Gold Fire Mist not in direct sun light




A "Champagne" B-ville not in direct sun light


A 'Champagne' in the sun



And lastly, our cars

Kyle'* Champagne SSEi


My Gold Fire Mist SSE
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the 1992 SSEi in red....
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Just checked my RPO code sheet for the paint code

U 370E -Gold Fire Mist -that'* what is on the RPO code sheet the Pontiac dealer printed out for my SSE.
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Mine paint is called "medium jade grey metallic". I have the 42U exterior color code. It comes up as Olive Mist Metallic, but I talked to GM and they said that that was an error in their RPO look-up system. Not sure if it was just for '96 though, didn't think to ask.
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Old 11-16-2004, 10:49 AM   #18
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I have the same setup 2 as beckstyle with the blower
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According to the Pontiac Flyer I shoulda bought at the Auto Show I was at, in 1998 this color of blue was SE Only!
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Old 11-18-2004, 09:25 AM   #20
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Oh nice car there Kenn, it looks sorta familiar. I agree his is just as rare, if not more rare than my car. Nice lookin' car there bud!
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