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Old 01-14-2007, 01:45 PM   #1
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Just wanted to a post a pic of my baby all cold & wet outside...AND since no one saw my headlights during the day time there'* sort of a preview


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Nice shot. Man I want a new Bonne.
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looks good, did you aim them yet??
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hahaha dont we all....

looks great!!!
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looks good, did you aim them yet??

actually no...I havent made it that far...I was going to start that Friday night but my friends called me and asked if I wanted to go to Detroit for the auto show Saturday morning...soooo maybe next weekend lol
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Don't get me wrong, I love my 94, but I've always loved that body style. And they ride very well too. I like the angle of that pic.
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Nice! With those projectors, the front of the Bonneville looks MEAN! I really really want to see a picture with all the lights on, and dusk. !!
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how easy/hard is it to get the orange reflector panel out of the fron of the turn signal? My GXP looks great from the front except for the two huge orange panels for the turn signal bulb. I was thinking of taking them out and using an arange bulb, but I don't want to screw up my headlamp units.
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how easy/hard is it to get the orange reflector panel out of the fron of the turn signal? My GXP looks great from the front except for the two huge orange panels for the turn signal bulb. I was thinking of taking them out and using an arange bulb, but I don't want to screw up my headlamp units.
Not hard at all check TechInfo at the top of the page.

That looks sooooo sweet.
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how easy/hard is it to get the orange reflector panel out of the fron of the turn signal? My GXP looks great from the front except for the two huge orange panels for the turn signal bulb. I was thinking of taking them out and using an arange bulb, but I don't want to screw up my headlamp units.
wasnt hard at all i just did mine this afternoon

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