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Old 08-08-2009, 12:45 PM   #1
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This is my Bonneville. 97 SE with a factory L67.
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I never knew that you could get an L67 in an SE until I saw this car. This makes my 5th Bonneville. I live in the Kansas city area. I think the 3800 has got to be one of the best engines ever made. I also own a 99 GP GT and two 95 Cutlass convertibles both with L67 swaps. Here'* a couple of pics of one.


There are some really nice Bonnevilles on here!
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Hi and Welcome to the Bonneville Forum! Those are some great looking rides!

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Dang wish my SE was supercharged. Nice find.
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Wow nice cars!!!!!!!!!!!



Thanks for sharing and joining the Forum!

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Welcome to the site! You'll find alot of useful info in here I have!
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Thanks guys. I'm sure I'll find plenty of info to keep my Bonneville running great.
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Sweet cars if you are ever thinking about selling a cutlass let me know. I love those cars
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