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Old 02-01-2005, 06:39 PM   #1
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Would these port holes look good on my 97 Bonnie. I think it will, it would give the car a newer classier look. Heres the link http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=33654
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I like that idea, almost like the new Concourse or Le Sabre I think.....But I don't think that square would be good looking......I'd much rather have round....>But definantly would be good looking if done right and tastefully
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They might look good on a Buick. Not sure if Pontiac ever had those...

But, the important thing is it'* your car. If you like it, go for it....
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No Pontiac'* dont have them only buick but thats the point it may look nice. Heres the link for the oval ones.Which ones do you think will look better http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=33654
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YEAH! Those are the ones......Dunno if I wnna spend a 100 bills on them....but those would look pretty good on a bonnie IMO.
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Yea i like those to myself! They are kind of expensive but they will look nice. When i order them i will post some pics on here to show you how they look.
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What are the means of attachment? You could try and find something like that at a nearby store and just hold them up to the car and sort of eye it out. If you don't like it, you could always return it. Just my two cents.
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How do they go on? Do you actually have to cut holes in the fender or is it like double sided tape?
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i heart the ones on the park avenue ultra
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hm, might be kinda cool looking..... Go for it!
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