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Enjoy a couple I scanned in tonight...

There was also a two-page Seville Ad, but I didnt feel like scanning and editing the pages together at the moment.

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I still like the canatlievered roof look of the H-bodies. Nerdy as it may seem, I grew up wanting these cars.

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When I was a dumb 13 year old kid in 1992 those ads seemed

super cool and cutting edge. Now I despise FWD and many of

the "advancemenets" these cars pioneered.

The Viper's still coll though, but that's not the production one,

it's the prototype witht he headlights mounted in the hood &

the headers sticking out of the door scoop.

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And the 1992 Bonneville is NOT full sized. <_<

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And the 1992 Bonneville is NOT full sized. <_<

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Passenger Volume of Fullsize Cars

2000 Cadillac DeVille - 115 cuft.

1996 Buick Roadmaster - 114 cuft.

1998 Lincoln Town Car -112 cuft.

1998 Buick Park Avenue - 111 cuft.

1998 Mercury Grand Marquis - 111 cuft.

1992 Bonneville - 110 cuft.

1992 Mercury Grand Marquis - 109 cuft.

1992 Lincoln Continental - 104 cuft.

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Passenger Volume of Fullsize Cars

2000 Cadillac DeVille - 115 cuft.

1996 Buick Roadmaster - 114 cuft.

1998 Lincoln Town Car -112 cuft.

1998 Buick Park Avenue - 111 cuft.

1998 Mercury Grand Marquis - 111 cuft.

1992 Bonneville - 110 cuft.

1992 Mercury Grand Marquis - 109 cuft.

1992 Lincoln Continental - 104 cuft.

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Damn that Eighty Eight is one hot bitch.......... :gitfunky:

Cant say the same for the LeSabre

The Pontiac ...well... it wanted to be as cool as an Oldsmobile

The Viper was a car that needed to happen. I was so happy when I saw that. I said to my friend "well it looks like styling is finally headed back in the right direction" Now look at the C5, C6, Modena, Elise and other curvacious creatures that have evolved from the overly drawn out wedges that preseded them.

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How many cubic feet interior volume in a 1959 Buick Invicta?

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I cant directly answer that but I have this.......

The 76's were the last of the GM land yachts and I believe as big as they got, but I think Caddy had one model that soldiered on.

1976 Oldsmobile 98 Regency

127" wheelbase

232.2" overall lenght

5 1/4 feet of shoulder room

39" rear legroom

22 cu ft trunk

it had "unsightly" "ill proportioned" overhangs and was DROP DEAD GORGEOUS !

I wanna cry sitting here going through this model sales booklet.... :(

Tuck and Roll, buttoned, pillow cushioned thick black leather seats

Crushed velour

more color options than a crayon box

just the right amount of stainless and chrome inside and out

None the less I know for a fact that my 97 Olds LSS is a full size modern car and by no means what so ever did it disgrace the name of its 71-76 B body predecessors........which I have drivin and owned 2 of.........still own one of. In fact mile for mile it is a better car and has perfectly graced its name in modern times.

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