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Old 02-07-2006, 05:28 PM   #11
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Thanks guys. Looking for a 96-99 GP GTP preferably in black. Don't have an opionon on two door vs. four door as I haven't even test driven one yet. Unfortunately getting good money for the Bonne isn't looking easy.
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Nice to see you are going for the older GP, I drove for a week an 06 with the 3800 III N/A and the interior looked cheap and the ride was uncomfortable. Seats were stiff and you could feel every bump on the road. I would never trade in an older bonneville for that.
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