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Old 11-14-2005, 08:35 PM   #11
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the headrests are for style.. i never use headrests anyway, so i like em.

hint on the cruise control switch... slide your index finger onto it while your hand is still on the wheel, i got used to switching the cruise and turnsignals that way and its much easier for me
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what agreat idea for a post. Makes me want to do the same thing sometime. heh. I do have to admit I like the interior on the 92-99 Bonnevilles better than the 00+ The look and feel just seems to be cheaper on them. I like the better placement of things on the 00+ though.
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The 2000 has the Ser2 which is obviously better. But, I think the 95' interiour looks better. But for 4 K I would have got it myself. I do prefer my LSS'* interior to anything because it is Aurora/ Seville. Good choice though. The Ser 2 L67 is supuriour.
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Trunk release on the 2000

I use the one on my door probably once or twice a day. Why would you want to open the glove box every time?
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Trunk release on the 2000

I use the one on my door probably once or twice a day. Why would you want to open the glove box every time?
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key fob in the mail though.....
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Trunk release on the 2000

I use the one on my door probably once or twice a day. Why would you want to open the glove box every time?
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key fob in the mail though.....
you could always wire and mount a switch somewhere more logical. the wiring should be pretty simple
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the 00 handles the dusty road FAR better than the 95...

all the dust would sit on the bumper of the 95, while the 00 doesnt really have a protruding bumper

i think the metallic helps a lot too
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I really like the layout of the 2k+ Bonnys interior, however, on the headrest argument and simple comfort argument, the 92-99 defintaly has my vote for being more comfortable.
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Hmmm, I like things about both of them. They should NEVER EVER change the 90s seats. Too comfy.

Mayhaps when whoring my car per request Ill try and get alot of these same shots and we can make one gigantic post for the 96-99 year, then m,aybe someone else can do the earlier years and so on and so forth
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They should NEVER EVER change the 90s seats. Too comfy.
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