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A quick shot of my parents 2002 Park Avenue Ultra and my 1995 SLE SC.
Brother has his 1997 40th SSEi, I also have my 1999 SSEi, and my sister just bought this 78k old 1999 SSEi to replace her 200k old 1997 GP GT:



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Is that an SSEi in the first pic
nope, that'* the frankebonnie right there the one hese been working on I think it'* a pre 96 with 96+ rear decklid and such.

The PA is just amazing I was leaning toward that or the Rora if the Bonnie deal fell through.

Side note. Do all PA'* have Column shift? I have yet seen one with performance shifter.
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my sister just bought this 78k old 1999 SSEi to replace her 200k old 1997 GP GT:


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Is that an SSEi in the first pic
nope, that'* the frankebonnie right there the one hese been working on I think it'* a pre 96 with 96+ rear decklid and such.

The PA is just amazing I was leaning toward that or the Rora if the Bonnie deal fell through.

Side note. Do all PA'* have Column shift? I have yet seen one with performance shifter.
The very first pic. The small one
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Is that an SSEi in the first pic
nope, that'* the frankebonnie right there the one hese been working on I think it'* a pre 96 with 96+ rear decklid and such.

The PA is just amazing I was leaning toward that or the Rora if the Bonnie deal fell through.

Side note. Do all PA'* have Column shift? I have yet seen one with performance shifter.
That is the 95 with the 96-99 trunklid, spoiler, tail lamps, 98 camel leather interior, 97 SSE tan front door panels and the chrome t-stars are off my 99 while the 99 is being assembled at the body shop.
I honestly think the silver crosslaces look better on green 92-95'* than chrome t-stars -they honestly look generic on the 95.

As for the Park Avenue Ultra'*, yes, they all had column shift, but some of the 98?/99?-newer Park Avenue Ultra'* had 40/20/40 front seats with a true console in the middle -sadly my parents doesn't have the console, but it came with the Carbon Fiber trim which look really cheap so dad went to the salvage yard and got the fancier wood trim to replace the carbon fiber with.
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BTW, the blue 1999 SSEi my sister bought is the first pre-Y2K that had Onstar that I've seen. Really surprised me as I had seen it in the owners manual but never saw a 99 with it.
Only option she doesn't have is the 12-disc changer, but that will change soon enough along with a Monsoon 7-band EQ CD deck which we had put in her 97 GP GT about 1-1/2 yrs ago when her original CD player crapped out on her.
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Wow, you're just a boosted family. I saw one of those PA Ultras the other day (a rare sight around here) in mint condition, and almost tripped up watching it go by.
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