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Old 06-08-2003, 04:43 PM   #1
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Hey all! I've decided to join your merry forum. You guys are freakin hilarious. I love your kills section. I find myself ROTFLMAO. I found your forum while checkin out Bonny'* on Cardomain. I like to keep myself informed of most 4 doors. Yall sound like we do on the Impalassforum.com! I guess we're all 4 door, heavy riding freaks. I love a BIG 4 door that'* fast. I still haven't gotten a race with a bonny. You definitely have the most comfortable seats and I want some. I guess people really love these cars cause I can't find many at junk yards and the ones that I find only have cloth seats. Well I just wanted to introduce myself.

HELLO BROTHERS & SISTERS...
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Hey! We're not all men...just 99.999999...% of us!
Anyway, great to have you. My hubby and I seriously considered an Impala instead of our Bonneville...great cars. Stick around and maybe your next toy will be a Bonnie.

Oh, and as for the seats...good luck. Most SSEis and SSE/SLEs with options don't end up in junkyards because we can't bear to part with them. You may get lucky though...and you can post a request in the "Wanted" forum to see if anyone here has some...some of the people here are parting out their Bonnies.
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welcome
and if it'* not a bonnie...it'* for sure an SS!
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Yep us BC members pride ourselves in having THE BEST car forum on the internet.
Welcome to the Club, great to see someone who appreciates the atmosphere as much as I do.
Check out all the Kill Stories written by Burgundy Boat, all of them will make you fall out of your chair.
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Thanks guys for the warm welcome. I may just take Hailey'* advice and get one for my wife.She has a 92 Buick Lesabre that has gotten us through a lot of years and I want her replacement car to be just as good if not better. I would love for her to have a bonneville! Now, if I could just convince her. One major thing about the BIG cars is the safety. There'* a lot of room to work with especially, after seeing some of these cheap cars in accidents. We have two boys 4 & 6 to think about also.
So, till I talk to yall again, make mine a Bonny & SS!
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Nice to have you here HeavySS. Question: does your 95 have the shifter on the floor or was that only the following year?
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that was only the 96'*...
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Welcome...gotta love the fast 4 doors.
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SS, an H body is an H body. You're more than welcome here!

As far as the Imapala is concerned, I love 'em, and I'm damn glad to see them and the MC get the L67 now. Just saw the first commercial for it yesterday. I just wish they'd put the Impala front end on a Monte. No comparison.

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The SS isn't an H body. 95/96 was the same as the larger RWD Caprice, whatever body it is, and the new ones are W body, I think.

But you are still more than welcome here.
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