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Old 03-03-2005, 11:08 PM   #11
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i think the red interior isnt that bad with woodgrain. I have it...
Ditto that! I am swapping out the woodgrain with a grey trim peice because i am mod-ing it to fit a screen and mod-ed ECC so its much easier to replicate the plastic than it is the woodgrain....

Its really pretty nice with the right color car (e.g. white)... and yes i beleive it and the woodgrain is part of a luxury package...

Ive gotten LOTs of comments about how "soft and comfortable" the interior is.. and really easy on the eyes too.

Its more luxo than sport, but hey it works
ill get the sport when i save enough for my SSEi (or the 69 GTO, whichever is found just right first)
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i think the red interior isnt that bad with woodgrain. I have it...



^my steering wheel is black all the way around the outside now...
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I'm sure you can find a better deal in ogden/provo/slc
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Its really pretty nice with the right color car (e.g. white)... and yes i beleive it and the woodgrain is part of a luxury package...
no you are actually incorrect, woodgrain was standard on all 92, that was the only trim avaialble on these cars, no matter what model. now in 93 early production carsgot the woodgrain, but all others got the grey. Woodgrain was never put on a bonne past mid-year 93.
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Its really pretty nice with the right color car (e.g. white)... and yes i beleive it and the woodgrain is part of a luxury package...
no you are actually incorrect, woodgrain was standard on all 92, that was the only trim avaialble on these cars, no matter what model. now in 93 early production carsgot the woodgrain, but all others got the grey. Woodgrain was never put on a bonne past mid-year 93.
Hrmmm.. then i have to figgure out what the luxury option RPO i found stood for

PS. my car had woodgrain... its a 94...
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Its really pretty nice with the right color car (e.g. white)... and yes i beleive it and the woodgrain is part of a luxury package...
no you are actually incorrect, woodgrain was standard on all 92, that was the only trim avaialble on these cars, no matter what model. now in 93 early production carsgot the woodgrain, but all others got the grey. Woodgrain was never put on a bonne past mid-year 93.
Hrmmm.. then i have to figgure out what the luxury option RPO i found stood for

PS. my car had woodgrain... its a 94...
sport luxury RPO was H4U that is what all SLE'* have

your wood must have been put on by the previous owner
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Old 03-04-2005, 12:54 AM   #17
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Its really pretty nice with the right color car (e.g. white)... and yes i beleive it and the woodgrain is part of a luxury package...
no you are actually incorrect, woodgrain was standard on all 92, that was the only trim avaialble on these cars, no matter what model. now in 93 early production carsgot the woodgrain, but all others got the grey. Woodgrain was never put on a bonne past mid-year 93.
Hrmmm.. then i have to figgure out what the luxury option RPO i found stood for

PS. my car had woodgrain... its a 94...
sport luxury RPO was H4U that is what all SLE'* have

your wood must have been put on by the previous owner
I would agree
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B20 - ornamentation, interior luxury

thats teh RPO i have, and i cant say for sure if it was or was not, but looked exactly lie the one above, and was owned by a grandma before me for the majority of its life that lived in nowhere Kentucky.. so i doubt it was changed really... but like i said i cant be 100% sure (shrug)


Where did you getyour information from? Im just curious where you guys find these things out...
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B20 - ornamentation, interior luxury

thats teh RPO i have, and i cant say for sure if it was or was not, but looked exactly lie the one above, and was owned by a grandma before me for the majority of its life that lived in nowhere Kentucky.. so i doubt it was changed really... but like i said i cant be 100% sure (shrug)


Where did you getyour information from? Im just curious where you guys find these things out...
This has been talked about within the club times before.
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way too much time reasearching these cars
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