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Old 10-16-2006, 10:35 AM   #1
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Default Model year differences: 88 to 91 Bonnevilles

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Iím a new member and looking into buying an 88 to 91 Bonneville SSE. I remember looking at them new back in 1990 and I really liked the body and the interior of it but its not until now Iím actually looking into buying one.

Been browsing around on the internet but I have not manage to find any real detailed information in regards to standard equipment/specs for LE/SE/SSE, options, and model year differences on them beside what you can tell from pictures such as e.g. that the SSE had new wheels/rims in 91. Hence I'm a bit lost :P

It would be very nice to get that kind of info and I thought this was the right place to ask. Maybe you folks also could give me your opinion what year model is the better one of them and what to look out for in terms of common faults.

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Hello

Iím a new member and looking into buying an 88 to 91 Bonneville SSE. I remember looking at them new back in 1990 and I really liked the body and the interior of it but its not until now Iím actually looking into buying one.

Been browsing around on the internet but I have not manage to find any real detailed information in regards to standard equipment/specs for LE/SE/SSE, options, and model year differences on them beside what you can tell from pictures such as e.g. that the SSE had new wheels/rims in 91. Hence I'm a bit lost :P

It would be very nice to get that kind of info and I thought this was the right place to ask. Maybe you folks also could give me your opinion what year model is the better one of them and what to look out for in terms of common faults.

Thanks in advance GimperÖ
PM me your E-Mail and I will send you some files that show the diffrences for 88, 90-91 I think... Its interesting info...

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