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Old 04-21-2006, 11:07 AM   #1
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does anyone like how the 2000+ models look?? in my opinion they do look cool and sporty but the 90'* bonnevilles look more slick and bigger and think that looks pretty frickin sweet. also i noticed the rear windows of the 00+ appear to be smaller/shorter. but i do like the idea of the ignition facing straight on the dash and not the generic 90 on steering wheel u just cant see, anyone else have opinions?
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Personal....and this just a Personal opinion.....i like the 92-95 the best

and this has been discussed before
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I prefer the 92-99 body style, with 96-99 being my favorites. The 2000+'* look too much like a Gran Prix like a Grand Am.....
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Lets take all the swoopies...they look better on 92-99'*..
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does anyone like how the 2000+ models look??
UGH>....i guess a little
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As a current owner of both series I'll sit on the fence with this one!

Bill you could have my swoopies if I had some!
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Lets take all the swoopies...they look better on 92-99'*..

Alright Bill you have to show us your swoops!

Oh yeah I like 92-2000 on up
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Lets take all the swoopies...they look better on 92-99'*..

Alright Bill you have to show us your swoops!

Oh yeah I like 92-2000 on up

Ok I have to show this off for Bill.......


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I pm'd so we didn't hijack this thread.
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I prefer the 92-99 body style, with 96-99 being my favorites. The 2000+'* look too much like a Gran Prix like a Grand Am.....
I agree that the 2000+ looks a A LOT like the GrandPrix. As an owner of a 95, I gotta say that the 92-99 are my fav, and I do kinda like the 96-99 a little better. But my father-in-law just bought a black '05 and I gotta say it'* pretty nice. And he details it like every other day.
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