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Old 12-23-2005, 08:52 AM   #11
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No Bill, there is no factory drink holder. But I am, after all, an installer so it may get a modification or two later on down the road. The trails we took yesterday were hard packed snow to ice... It was quite a bumpy ride. I don't know how much beer would be left if there was an open one in a holder.

Fantastic, you're right. They are the 500SS. I was told exactly what you described as the displacement actually being closer to 600 than 500. I guess this was done to avoid a certain tax or tarrif??

Peter, I think I'm gonna have to take a ride up and see you one of these days. You can't beat a price like that for paint.
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I do get a great perk though....when i want to paint my car it will only cost me around $100cnd

Does that include your BC family.

I can see it now.

Paint Shop: wow Pete you own a lot of Bonnevilles
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No Bill, there is no factory drink holder. But I am, after all, an installer so it may get a modification or two later on down the road. The trails we took yesterday were hard packed snow to ice... It was quite a bumpy ride. I don't know how much beer would be left if there was an open one in a holder.
does that matter? the cans are practically glued to your face anyway
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I've never been on a snowmobile. My uncle used to have a bunch, though. That'* when he lived up north, and they had snow. lol
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No Bill, there is no factory drink holder. But I am, after all, an installer so it may get a modification or two later on down the road. The trails we took yesterday were hard packed snow to ice... It was quite a bumpy ride. I don't know how much beer would be left if there was an open one in a holder.
does that matter? the cans are practically glued to your face anyway

All joking asideguys, NEVER DRINK AND RIDE!!!!! it ppl that do that have made ride costs go WAY up.....it used to cost $20-$30 for a trail pass now its $200+ and insurance has also more then Doubled.


And BTW i dont think that Id be able to paint everyones Bonneville'*.... Managment at my work is Dumb, bot not that Dumb
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Snowmobiles look like jet skis for the snow, but what would I know right, I've only seen snow 3 times. Speaking of job perks though, yesterday I took a customer on a 2.5 hour offshore boat ride in a new model I had never run before. Best part was the boat had 400hp and had boost, not bad for a 27' fishing boat.
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Snowmobiles look like jet skis for the snow, but what would I know right, I've only seen snow 3 times. Speaking of job perks though, yesterday I took a customer on a 2.5 hour offshore boat ride in a new model I had never run before. Best part was the boat had 400hp and had boost, not bad for a 27' fishing boat.
your wrong!, Jetskis look like snowmobiles because snowmobiles were invented 50+ years before any jet ski had even been thought of
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