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Old 03-06-2005, 11:09 PM   #1
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Is selling another one. The crazyest thing is it has the same exact options as mine. Only difference is this one is black , however, no supercharger. It is much cheaper than mine was and this car has less miles than mine. The supercharger brings up the price I guess. Well worth the extra few hundred bucks. Anyways, here is the one they are selling now.

http://www.carsoup.com/used/detail.a...iewID=4&Page=1
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Where are the LSS rims though? I'm not a fan of those hub caps at all. Although, it does look like a clean one.
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the chrome LSS wheels are kinda rare arnt they, you usually only see the alum 5 spokers
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Huh? I thought that the LSS was like the SSEi, that it was the */C PACKAGE car?
I thought it was:
88=SE
88 LS=SSE/SLE
LSS=SSEi
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Nope the supercharged option is quite rare. Its strange since the NA version has the F41 suspension, which is only used in supercharged cars. Why arn't they all supercharged? I'm thinking because the 88 never offered the floor shifter, leather buckets, and a whole buch of other sporty features. Some people might have wanted those features without paying for premium fuel. There prolly are a few */C'ed LSS'* out there. But you never see them for sale. Think of it this way
LSS NA=SSE
LSS */C= SSEi

My favorite feature of the */C LSS. No supercharged badging ANYWHERE!
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My favorite feature of the */C LSS. No supercharged badging ANYWHERE!
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