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Old 07-13-2006, 05:06 PM   #21
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Ding, Ding, that'* Lash'* missing seatbelt buckle (drivers side ) I like the plastic buckles, they don't burn your hands in the summer
Yeah, trying to find that piece in blue is a PITA! I am almost ready to try and get one in grey and either live with it that way or try and paint it.
You could, I think there is blue paint for the interior color of you car, more info in this thread.
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Just a thought. Would the buckle cover (or whatever its called) from a LeSabre, Eighty-eight, Park Avenue be interchangable? I know I saw an eighty-eight with the blue cloth interior in a yard a couple of weeks ago.
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Just a thought. Would the buckle cover (or whatever its called) from a LeSabre, Eighty-eight, Park Avenue be interchangable? I know I saw an eighty-eight with the blue cloth interior in a yard a couple of weeks ago.
It'* a good question and I've pondered that very question. So far I've yet to find anything in the yards that have the right buckle type even, other than a nice one in tan.

I'm not that picky, I'd take one from another H-body. Bonneville trumps.
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Just a thought. Would the buckle cover (or whatever its called) from a LeSabre, Eighty-eight, Park Avenue be interchangable? I know I saw an eighty-eight with the blue cloth interior in a yard a couple of weeks ago.
It'* a good question and I've pondered that very question. So far I've yet to find anything in the yards that have the right buckle type even, other than a nice one in tan.

I'm not that picky, I'd take one from another H-body. Bonneville trumps.
The eighty-eight was a 96-99 and the blue looked similar. Next time I go out there, I'll grab it and ship it off to Flor-ee-duh
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That'* the magic T size...
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T47 My majestically teal buddy...

That'* the magic T size...
I have one of those

Which buckle? Front Seat? Back Seat? Center? Driver'* Side? Passenger Side?
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That'* front left in the couch...
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Just a thought. Would the buckle cover (or whatever its called) from a LeSabre, Eighty-eight, Park Avenue be interchangable? I know I saw an eighty-eight with the blue cloth interior in a yard a couple of weeks ago.
It'* a good question and I've pondered that very question. So far I've yet to find anything in the yards that have the right buckle type even, other than a nice one in tan.

I'm not that picky, I'd take one from another H-body. Bonneville trumps.
The eighty-eight was a 96-99 and the blue looked similar. Next time I go out there, I'll grab it and ship it off to Flor-ee-duh
That would be good indeed...

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