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Old 01-24-2009, 08:34 PM   #31
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Also does anyone want to help me post up pictures of my car in pictures of rides I actually can't do it from my black berry storm so I actually have to email them to someone if I could please let me know
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Yeah man I was just looking at dremels yesterday at autozone and there not badly priced and is that a dual tv from walmart cuz I was looking at one of those and my tint law here in minnesota is 75 percent so I don't think I will be getting them tinted cuz to pay 240 for tint that'* not even that dark that u can see straight threw but my car literly looks like new. Also will that exhuast mount right up to my olds 88 or I can go find a lss and get the exhuast off that which looks pretty sweet its like a half a moon shape tips but I highly dought ill find one of those in the junk yard lol

Yeah the TV is a Dual. A word to the wise, I should've sprung for the slightly more expensive version with GPS. The touch screen is much more sensitive. That sucks about the tint laws in Minnesota. In my signature pic, my Bonneville is at the state limit. 35% in the front and 20% in the rear. The rear isnt as dark as you can go here in Missouri. But, I thought it looked good that way. I didnt know that the LSS models had duals. There arent many LSS models that roam around here. So, I really didnt know that. The Olds 88s and Bonnevilles arent much different. The differences are subtle but, noticeable. The body paneling, some of the chassis parts, and the interior are different. On my 92, I had a 94 SSEi exhaust mounted to it. It bolted right up, the only problem I ran into was the second exhaust pipe. The mounting brackets were non-existent. So, I had to make my own. It worked out great and sounded good.
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