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Old 02-15-2005, 03:03 PM   #21
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why dont you just take off the lighter leather, and carpet insert and replace yours?
I *'pose it could be done, but it'll either be a 100 percent job or a total fubar. I think its bonded to the shell too well. The rears you wouldnt have a problem with, since those are a direct swap, but those front ones would require some patience to get right.

I met jr's3800 out there today too...wonder how me made out on his hunt.....
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why dont you just take off the lighter leather, and carpet insert and replace yours?
I *'pose it could be done, but it'll either be a 100 percent job or a total fubar. I think its bonded to the shell too well. The rears you wouldnt have a problem with, since those are a direct swap, but those front ones would require some patience to get right.

I met jr's3800 out there today too...wonder how me made out on his hunt.....
well the leather upper part comes off of the door shell..... any word on the mirror, and did that other bonne come out yet, anything else good??
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I wanted those door panels too, but I remembered they wont fit any 96-99 (the front ones anyways) because of the map pocket and cupholder redesign. *sigh*

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I wanted those door panels too, but I remembered they wont fit any 96-99 (the front ones anyways) because of the map pocket and cupholder redesign. *sigh*

no listen....I just pulled my door panels off today. the leather is insert is held on by clips, and is removeable

and also that is the first SSE interior that I have seen in red. now granted I have seen a red SSEi with red cloth, but never a white SSE with red NEVER


Jr'* how did thoes tails look.....OK or delamianted??? i want tails
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Hmm....makes me want to go get those panels now. Sorry SLE, forgot about the mirror...I was overjoyed at finding Pioneer 6x9 4-ways AND at the fact that I may have a new job working at NCR making 500+ a week.

Think of all the parts I can buy then!

I'll be out there again later though, and if I remember, its only 50 cents for a rearview, no matter what kind...thats what I paid for my compass autodim.

No, that other SSE hadnt made its way out yet, but from what I saw, it was hit high on the drivers side, like it slid under something, like maybe an 18 wheeler or a bus.

And my car was pretty dirty...you should see it after a hurricane wash
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Sandrock, maybe the next time we can hang out there longer...
Yeah, doctors appointments are hard enough to keep, but when you have VA doctors, you cant reschedule unless you want it 7 or 8 months later...at least thats how it is here.
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sandrock, sweet, that is a steal for that mirror. just to be sure to get that connector hey do you know what interior that SSE has that is coming out *please be tan* looking for the rear speaker grilles, and please check about the tails on that SSE that is coming out...also if there is any blue tinted outside mirrors, not the whold housing just the mirror part

I cant thank you enough
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You all keep saying a white/red interior SSE is rare.

Is it rare to have a white SE with red cloth interior? Thats what I have... Just curious..
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On my '95 SSE, the tops of the front door panels are loose due to my install job on my front speakers. Would it be easier to fix them or go and find some panels out of a boneyard?
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you have to make sure your door panels are properly seated ontop of the channel, it takes some time to get it right, if not it looks like there is a big gap between the window and the door panel
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