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Old 11-04-2007, 11:21 PM   #61
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I need to contact you for some S1 parts, I believe. How much would you like for the block?
Just the block or the whole bottom end?
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Looks great, do you have the ability to get video of it running?
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This is fastenating, I can't wait to see the finished product.
Great work! Can you do mine next??

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I need to contact you for some S1 parts, I believe. How much would you like for the block?
Just the block or the whole bottom end?
Would you sell the block and exhaust manifold? I may need pushrods if yours are in good condition.
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Well went to the salvage yard this morning, got a complet air box, ecu case, washer tank, most of the left front wiring harness, unbroken cup holder, and driver airbag for $75. I thought that was a heck of a deal. Found my local yard has almost 30 92-99 bonneville'*.

I will have more build updates later in the week.

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Found my local yard has almost 30 92-99 bonneville'*.
I want to be there right now. Please give me the address so I can consider a road trip.
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Found my local yard has almost 30 92-99 bonneville'*.
I want to be there right now. Please give me the address so I can consider a road trip.
well, theres a pick and pull near me. thats much close than mn. east side of detroit. Parts Galore, is the name. they have tons of H and C bodies there.

idk if u were serious or not, prolly just kiddin tho.
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If I need something badly enough, I'm truly up for a road trip. So, the states up North have badly cared for Bonnevilles?
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If I need something badly enough, I'm truly up for a road trip. So, the states up North have badly cared for Bonnevilles?
Dude, in Detroit, you have no idea. thats all im gonna say.
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Also, for the heck of it, can I ask for more pics of the swap? Are all the mounts OE-style, or was there some weird stuff involved? And I don't think you explained what you did to fit the 97'* extras into the dash. is it too strange, or was there just some minor extra wiring. I'd love to know, if there'* still picture-taking time.
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