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Old 03-01-2004, 09:14 PM   #11
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Way off-topic folks. A little courtesy for the new member, and their original question. The lounge is up one forum higher.
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Old 03-02-2004, 01:06 AM   #12
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I deleted 6 off-topic posts. Including the two after the above warning. Please stay on topic, or take it to the lounge. I now open this back up for ON-topic posting.
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I have all the options listed in the original post, except leather, on my SE....
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I've seen a couple leather SE'* without the SLE package, too. But I think it varied by year.
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Fog lights are low and under the headlamps. There is no compass in the dash. I think the gauges are to the left of the little diagram of the car. Which model is better? I am happy that I have a Bonneville. Should it make me happier to have an SLE or an SSE? I
I think that actually sttled it there. SE. The few, the proud...

Right?? Please say I'm right...
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I've seen a couple leather SE'* without the SLE package, too. But I think it varied by year.
Not the 96-99 SE'*. The SLE had there own brand by then. Shared the SSE, SSEi shell. SE was a platform on its own.
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I just bought the 40th anniversary emblems off a 97 SE (NOT with the SLE package) that had leather at a local wrecker.
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The SLE shared the SE body for only 3 years 93-95. in 96 the SLE shared the body with the SSE/i. the options changed from year to year and car to car. there are things that an SE can have and still not be an SLE for example leather Spoiler etc.... SLE must have all of these things most important of them all the Body Cladding

The SLE'* have:
Special body cladding 93-95
Leather
power drivers seat
power passenger seat (possible for my car dosenot have this latter years do)
Steering wheel controls
Traction control (dunno why BonneMEMN dosent have it)
Moonroof (possibly)
Delco Premium sound (not bose)
spoiler
Crosslace wheels (silver or gold)
n10 muffler (93 only)
rear defroster
keyless entry
twilight Sentinel
FE1 suspension (soft ride)
3.06 axle
power antenna
and there are more....

this is for 93-95 only there are far more SE, and SSE and SSE/i than the SLE even though there are no production numbers for the SLE. in 96 and up SLE'* are far more common because they were badged and the SSE dissapared
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Traction control is an option, one i'm glad i do not have. Along with moonroofs.


I bet that we're looking at a loaded SE here. When you guys ask a new member to look at their RPO sheet, tell them what it is, and where it is
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agreed

GET THOES RPO CODES!!!!!!!!!!

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