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View Poll Results: Price for Bonnie.
1,001 to 5,000 38 42.70%
0 to 1,000 10 11.24%
5,001 or more 41 46.07%
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Old 11-20-2003, 01:37 PM   #61
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Wheelin' and Dealing eh. Good work on that one.
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On Dec. 1994, I was going to buy a white 92' for $13k when that morning in the newpaper I saw and ad for a 92' Hunter Green for $10K. I got lucky because I wanted a green color, it had 74k miles which I thought was a bit high for a car that wasn't even two year'* old.

Till this date no major expenses and this past summer I changed the exterior of the car to match an SSE, I spent about $400 changing the bumpers and light and adding a dual exhaust. Finally I had the car I always wanted. If engine ever goes out I'll get a supercharge.

In 95' I took it to Mexico for 1 month, in 99' I took it to Houston for 3 weeks, in summer of 03' I took it back to Mexico for 6 weeks. Where will I take it in 2007 Maybe Canada.
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24+Kback in 1993 Brand new
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Old 11-20-2003, 04:05 PM   #64
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On Dec. 1994, I was going to buy a white 92' for $13k when that morning in the newpaper I saw and ad for a 92' Hunter Green for $10K. I got lucky because I wanted a green color, it had 74k miles which I thought was a bit high for a car that wasn't even two year'* old.

Till this date no major expenses and this past summer I changed the exterior of the car to match an SSE, I spent about $400 changing the bumpers and light and adding a dual exhaust. Finally I had the car I always wanted. If engine ever goes out I'll get a supercharge.

In 95' I took it to Mexico for 1 month, in 99' I took it to Houston for 3 weeks, in summer of 03' I took it back to Mexico for 6 weeks. Where will I take it in 2007 Maybe Canada.

Only $400 to convert it to SSE body!?!? I'm considering this if i ever replace my bumper covers, the only thing that was hard underneath was the fog lights i assume?
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On Dec. 1994, I was going to buy a white 92' for $13k when that morning in the newpaper I saw and ad for a 92' Hunter Green for $10K. I got lucky because I wanted a green color, it had 74k miles which I thought was a bit high for a car that wasn't even two year'* old.

Till this date no major expenses and this past summer I changed the exterior of the car to match an SSE, I spent about $400 changing the bumpers and light and adding a dual exhaust. Finally I had the car I always wanted. If engine ever goes out I'll get a supercharge.

In 95' I took it to Mexico for 1 month, in 99' I took it to Houston for 3 weeks, in summer of 03' I took it back to Mexico for 6 weeks. Where will I take it in 2007 Maybe Canada.

Only $400 to convert it to SSE body!?!? I'm considering this if i ever replace my bumper covers, the only thing that was hard underneath was the fog lights i assume?
Gonna be able to match up that paint?!?
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Have I played this game yet? I was in no position to haggle when I got mine, so I paid 8000 in March for mine. Actually got some money knogked off for knowing one of the local DJ'* that used to do commercials for the dealership...
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March 8th, 2003. $8,200. I got it from a GM Dealer with 74K on it. Now it has 86k, and I absolutely love it!!! The car was MINT when I bought it, still is. As of this morining I only owe $4,800.

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Man, I can't believe I missed this thread back in November.

My classic Bonnie with all it'* original parts (even original tires when i got her) was FREE. Kinda my inheritance from when my Great Grandma passed away. That'* yet another reason why I love my car. I still remember being little and riding in her with Grandma driving...and Grandma always called the bonnie "she" too My parents gave my sis the Buick because of this.

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I'm giving my dad $4500 for his garage-kept '95 SE with 53K miles on it, provided he makes the small repairs and maintenance it needs done in the next month. Of course, I think I should pay less since I'm the one who found the '99 Crown Vic he bought (the reason he'* selling the Bonnie to me). You know... finder'* fee and all.
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I got my 92' SSE for free. A friend of the family died and I got his old car. It'* got >200K miles but runs good and has every option possible.
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