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Old 09-14-2006, 04:04 AM   #11
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3 and 4 here.
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Old 09-17-2006, 05:34 PM   #12
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I still see a ton around me. Though, I see a ton in the junkyard as well.
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Old 09-18-2006, 12:58 PM   #13
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Ever since I bought mine a few months ago, I've started seeing more and more around here. Lots of late 80'* and early 90'* still on the road, and most in good condition. We don't have the road salt issues like back east, so I'm sure that helps.
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Mine'* still on the road, 90 SSE.
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Not too many. They will be almost nonexistiant in a couple more years of salt and ice.

In this relatively modern city, you can very easily spot me driving my Red LeSabre, there are not very many left arounds here. Kinda glad, because at least i'm not just another dude driving a Civic, Cavalier, Caravan, etc, lol. In other words, you can spot me easily.

Hate to say, but I see more LeSabres, and olds 88'* driving arounds than the Bonnevilles I see. (87-91 years) None as nice as mine, haha!
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I got one but it may be near death if I can't repair the subframe, anyone interested in buying it 140 KMs original pint all around minimal rust, interior in great condition.Many new parts?????? 1990 SSE fully loaded>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.
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My 89 still runs good and looks good too. 117000 miles. Now driving the mini van a lot and keeping the bonnie in the garage.
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Old 09-19-2006, 08:27 AM   #18
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well well. still got 2 here in ontario and i have seen 3 more in town. They have seen better days tho..
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Mine'* running strong! I just put a tranny in it and I need to replace the front engine mount but at 129k, it'* a keeper!!
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Mine'* running strong! I just put a tranny in it and I need to replace the front engine mount but at 129k, it'* a keeper!!
Have you seen a big difference between your old tranny before it dies and the new one... performance wise?
 
 
 
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