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Old 08-15-2004, 10:22 PM   #11
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I used to run my 77 Camaro at the Sac Track! It'* probably changed a bit since the 80'*. I'm not giving any more clues to my age than that

Glad to have you with us, Wendy. Talkin' cars with chicks in the know is good times
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Welcome Wendy to the club





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I too am new to the site...just purchased my "new" Bonneville a couple of months ago. It is a 1994 Hunter Green SSE with 130k miles. Runs like a molested monkey, and is one of my favorite Pontiacs I have ever owned.
I am still searching for mods that can be done, as most people don't have anything for the Series 1 v-6. Any tips/links for assistance in getting the most out of my car?
Have had a couple of bugs to work out, mainly the buttons for the steering wheel stereo controls...still haven't figured that one out yet.
Looking forward to chatting with you all!
Pontiacs rock.
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Ben, check Techinfo for mods and steering wheel controls
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Welcome to the club, Wendy! Good to have another chica on board, you'll find you'll have a some girly company around here.
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Princess Jeanie,

You have my moon roof! Our Bonnie'* could be twins.

Been working on the few little "fixens" (air box and overflow tank was loose) this week, and just enjoying/remembering what it was like to drive a Bonneville, and front weel drive.

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Princess Jeanie,

You have my moon roof! Our Bonnie'* could be twins.
LOL, too cool. If you haven't figured it out already, you'll love having it. I was reading your post, so you have yet to figure out which trim level you have? You might have a SE, with a SLE package, if those still weren't marked in 95. I'm not sure if they still use the same code (and even that, I can't remember). I think that'* why mine has some of the fancy stuff like leather and moonroof/sunroof.
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yeah '95 is a great year.. although I think '89 is the best!

And once again, the love is lost for the 87-91 bonne'*..

welcome to the club btw.. you'll enjoy it here, I sure have!


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