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Old 01-04-2005, 07:46 PM   #1
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is their somewhere i can buy a carpet trunk lid? or am i stuck with the junkyards.
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U mean like the Trunk lid insulator?? I know the OlBlueEyes has one from his 40th parts car

I am looking for one myself
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yeah its carpet. how do they attach? those clip thing? can i even install one on my car if i find one? which model bonnevilles have them?

and is the one OlBlueEyes has for sale?
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yeah its carpet. how do they attach? those clip thing? can i even install one on my car if i find one? which model bonnevilles have them?

and is the one OlBlueEyes has for sale?
yup there are like 12 clips that attach it to the car. All bonne trunks are made the same, so the holes are there to install. ALL SSE/SSEi cars have the trunk lid insulator

yes PM OLBlue his is for sale, I was going to get it but It is slightly different than the 92-95 style
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Every junk yard I checked did not have the insulators. I was luckly enough and got mine from another BC member.
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how much did u get it for?
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I think I payed 20.00 for it.
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