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Old 01-07-2010, 09:31 AM   #11
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I agree its good to have you back! Hopefully we will be able to help you out....Or in my case that u can help me hahahaha
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LOL. The "port holes" are something you have to have been a Buick Lover and Owner previously to come to Love. They have been an on and off again feature since the 1920'*. Started as actual heat vents and slowly became smaller, inoperative, and up and to the rear of the fender till, they were made to look like exhaust cowls.

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Thanks for the welcome again guys!

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LOL. The "port holes" are something you have to have been a Buick Lover and Owner previously to come to Love. They have been an on and off again feature since the 1920'*. Started as actual heat vents and slowly became smaller, inoperative, and up and to the rear of the fender till, they were made to look like exhaust cowls.

And that'* exactly what it is...when I first got these, no one else had them...they were purely a Buick thing. Then all of a sudden everyone and their mom started sticking them on their Mitsubishi Diamantes and everything else they could think of.

But yeah...you've gotta be a Buck guy to get it!
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Nailed it on the head with the stick-on portholes. I see portholes on EVERYTHING, and usually not matched to the vehicle'* actual cylinder count....It'* completely tasteless, along with just about all of the other recent auto customization trends.
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welcome I'm with you really I don't know anything about the drama they are talking about. Sweet Ave one of those so call "grandma cars" that are really sweet
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