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Old 07-21-2005, 09:48 AM   #11
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and if you photo shop lighter stripes. remove them from the bumper.
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i like em too, just as said maybe not that dark....i actually think the 00+ models are more "stripeworthy" they are far more aggressively styled than the 92-99 IMO...but im also guilty of liking the ricer look...but only when its done properly, such as all your aftermarket body parts are all painted the same color...heck sometimes id settle for painted

almachtige used to have a Bonnie with stripes on it...it looked pretty sweet...there was another member here who had a Bonnie with some pretty effin cool graphics on the sides of it....i cant for the life of me recall the sn though.
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My friend Bret did it on his car but he had a 94 SSEi. I dont know how it look on a 00+ car.







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that subtle look is awesome...
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Gray don't go that dark and I agree Eleanor would be a good one to follow!
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No stripes of any kind for me.
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not too shabby, hous' bout an ram air hood with that
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not too shabby, hous' bout an ram air hood with that
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I've also thought about a twin snout "scoop" for the hood, since there isn't much aftermarket stuff for the Bonneville bodies. Here'* an example of one that I've thought about:



From what I've gathered it would be pretty expensive to get it installed and painted.
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I've also thought about a twin snout "scoop" for the hood, since there isn't much aftermarket stuff for the Bonneville bodies. Here'* an example of one that I've thought about:



From what I've gathered it would be pretty expensive to get it installed and painted.
it would be very expensive, but it would look SOOOO good, and you would be the only one with one
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