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Old 11-16-2004, 10:29 PM   #11
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My car rides on air.. literally

When I drive my mom'* vdub on a bumpy road, you feel everything, if you take the Bonneville, she just bounces smoothly.

My Bonneville sits low when I have the compressor disconnected.. otherwise it'* a little bit high. At least, that'* how it looks to me. Maybe an inch or two lower, so the wheels fill in the wheel well would look a whole lot better. The newer Bonnevilles look to fill it up more IMO. Well the 92-99.. 00+.. is another story.


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