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Old 01-26-2003, 04:16 AM   #1
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I am trying to identify these parts from a hit and run vehicle. Im almost sure its a bonneville from the fender parts listed in this gallery:
http://www.windsok.com/accident/bumper/index.html

ALL PARTS are firm plastic with no fibers.

Also very important. I was able to piece a second piece to the long straight one here: http://www.windsok.com/accident/bump...cture%205.html

Now it looks like This:
(This part is made of the same plastic 100%. This is the Part that'* Killing me!)

http://www.windsok.com/accident/bumb...titled-a1.html
http://www.windsok.com/accident/bumb...titled-a3.html
http://www.windsok.com/accident/bumb...titled-a4.html

Otherwise I believe looking at photos its a early 90'* (92) Pontiac Bonneville. Except where the heck does the above piece go (not the fender piece)?

Also I have a second gallery with some new pics:

http://www.windsok.com/accident/bumber2/index.html

main website:
http://www.raleighhitandrun.com/


thanks for any help! Doug Haber

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I talked with doug on PM'* before he posted it. On further thought, I think we're looking at a 92-95 SE. Dark Yellow Green. Kinda hard to tell from the pics on the actual color. It was usually only SE'* that had the pinstripes, and that looks very much like a classic Bonneville fender profile. Right material, too.
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I've got a pic of typical front end damaged parts that may help you out.....BUT, I need your email address to send it to you though (As you don't have one shown here on BC).
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Al, it'* [email protected]

I sent him a couple pics of cars already, and told him about yours. Being a fresh kill, and a GM guy, I figured you two were destined......I better shut up before your wife reads this!
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