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Old 05-02-2006, 11:33 PM   #11
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The 94 had a good run.

Good luck with the new car man. Just refrain from SalsaMacs before driving
HAHA, I'll stick with my Barbeque Eggs thank you OH, which reminds me, I should I have time to make them in the morning.
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Selling the 94 now?
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Old 05-02-2006, 11:40 PM   #13
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Selling the 94 now?
Soon as I have time to wash it.
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Old 05-02-2006, 11:46 PM   #14
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May I ask why you bought it?
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Old 05-02-2006, 11:50 PM   #15
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May I ask why you bought it?
It "was time" for the bonneville to go. I wanted something more dependable (newer, fewer miles) to commute with since I will be doing a fair amount of it next school year. Besides, I wanted a stick (damn I just set myself up good...ill let someone else run with it.)
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Not a bad choice...nice color. Sorry, can't help being a "Dick"...that'* just who I am.
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Anyone know how to get a front license plate bracket off that has been rivited onto the bumper....while doing minimal damage?
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Well lets try this again. I didn't like are old 2001 cavilar to much not enough power in motor. I had the 2200 that good thing about that car it got great fuel mileage in the city and had superb maintaince record I spent only $200 in repairs other then the head. Had it for since 2002 and put about 40,000 miles before the accident that total it. Then other thing I didn't like it was kind of small. The other thing I didn't like is that is how the ride felt. I like the maiblu much better, but I have never been much gm 4 cylinder motor include echotech motor. I liked feel of chysler 2.0 motor I had neon though, although I did like cavalier lot better as over all. I am not saying it bad car it just not for me. That is nice color on it alway been fan of blue cars.
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Anyone know how to get a front license plate bracket off that has been rivited onto the bumper....while doing minimal damage?
drill it, keep it cool tho (little bit at a time, or cutting/drilling oil), no matter what you will then have 3 holes in your bumper
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Anyone know how to get a front license plate bracket off that has been rivited onto the bumper....while doing minimal damage?
drill it, keep it cool tho (little bit at a time, or cutting/drilling oil), no matter what you will then have 3 holes in your bumper
They won't be TOO big will they? I was talking to someone else and they said they have seen people use like rubber plugs to put in the holes so they weren't SO obvious. I know i have seen something similar, but I am not a creative person. What would be a small rubber plug about that size?
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