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Old 08-18-2004, 06:52 PM   #1
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I had notice that some 92-93 SE don't have full body cladding on the doors, the cladding don't go all the way down to the door sills. Did anyone else ever see this?
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Yep. I've seen only a few of those SE'*. Some of those Bonnes like that have the cladding painted black too, which is very odd. There was a post on this a while back, and I believe it was said that those with the cladding all the way down were SLE'*. I know some of them were SLE'*, but don't think all of them were.
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Many of us just saw this for the first time this weekend. Damemorders 93 has a strip of cladding and that'* it. I've got both the full piece, and the "sport" lower rocker panel.

Moste SE'* have the full one on the door, and a flat one below.
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Yup, my cladding is only like 5" wide. Less weight.
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Yup, my cladding is only like 5" wide. Less weight.
Higher center of gravity.
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Yup, my cladding is only like 5" wide. Less weight.
Higher center of gravity.
Wider jacking points.
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92-93 had 3 different cladding options:

SE
SLE package
SSE/SSEi
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