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Best car I've ever owned!
by Proud Bonneville Owner from Saint Louis, MO | April 21, 2013
I've had my '93 Bonneville for 3 years. I could have not have asked for a better first car. The car sat in a garage for a year before I got it, and it started right up, and has started right up every day since. It now has 311,000 miles on it and it still runs just as good as the day I got it. I've been in a few fender benders, bumped into a few cart racks at the store and hit my fair share of pot holes, but the Bonneville took it all. It still has the original transmission and engine. Overall, a really solid car.