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Old 07-20-2005, 07:39 PM   #31
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I have driven my 1993 SE bubblebutt (duh, its my car lol) and my parents 2000 SE. My 93 handled better to me. I think the 90'* body style is somewhat sporty, and the 2000 is more stylish.

Oh, by the way: Bubblebutts can look good, look at Driverjohn and his 92.
bubble butts kick A$$!
they sure do...anyone who wants to crack jokes about bubblebutts will have to deal with us lol
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Old 07-20-2005, 07:40 PM   #32
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here is my opinion....

I have driven my 1993 SE bubblebutt (duh, its my car lol) and my parents 2000 SE. My 93 handled better to me. I think the 90'* body style is somewhat sporty, and the 2000 is more stylish.

Oh, by the way: Bubblebutts can look good, look at Driverjohn and his 92.
bubble butts kick A$$!
they sure do...anyone who wants to crack jokes about bubblebutts will have to deal with us lol

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bubble butts kick A$$!
I dunno if yours is really a bubble butt though. It has well defined lines Flattish ones at that.

I posted what I did above from my opinion. Call me old fashioned but i'd rather have an easier car to live with, performs better, and has a lot of classic touches. I love the headlight pull personally...
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bubble butts kick A$$!
I dunno if yours is really a bubble butt though. It has well defined lines Flattish ones at that.

I posted what I did above from my opinion. Call me old fashioned but i'd rather have an easier car to live with, performs better, and has a lot of classic touches. I love the headlight pull personally...
headlight pull?
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bubble butts kick A$$!
I dunno if yours is really a bubble butt though. It has well defined lines Flattish ones at that.

I posted what I did above from my opinion. Call me old fashioned but i'd rather have an easier car to live with, performs better, and has a lot of classic touches. I love the headlight pull personally...
headlight pull?
92-99 (maybe the 80'* ones as well) have a **** u pull out to turn on. Halfway out for parking, full for all lights, turn to adjust gauges. With the Twighlight sentinel on/off and adjustment for lights on after shutdown around the base.
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eh. i like my silly little ***** for the twilight sentinel and instrument cluster dimmer
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the 2000+ is longer and taller than the 92-99. the long hood is what bother me sometimes and the back looks like a hatchback ,
hatchback????? i think you took too much acid before you looked at one
thats crazy
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