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Pontiac Bonneville Owners: Photo Gallery

Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,024
edited June 1 in Pontiac
You cannot upload photos directly from your computer into a message within a discussion. Your photo must reside elsewhere. Some have used www.photopoint.com (free!) to load their photos into a private folder and then post them within a message.


Here's how:

To get this:

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Use this coding, but replace the ( and ) with < and >:

(img src="http://a332.g.akamai.net/7/332/936/0001/www.edmunds.com/pictures/81581.jpg")

Or: (img src="Photo URL address")

To make your photo a link like this:

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do this:

(a href="Page URL address")(img src="Photo URL address")(/a)

Remember, posting copyrighted photos is a no-no. Unless, of course, you own the copyright.

Hope this helps! If you need more assistance, let me know.

KarenS
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Community Manager If you have any questions or concerns about the Forums, send me an email, karen@edmunds.com, or click on my screen name to send a personal message.

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  • mlm4mlm4 Posts: 401
    OK, I'll go first...

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  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,024
    Oooooo...PRETTY!

    KarenS
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  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
    Now Karen - we all know that the Bonneville SSEi is a very masculine machine - you can call it sexy or assertive or good looking - but pretty? LOL. That's not going to help us here who are buying Bonnevilles to help cope with our mid life crises!

    Ken (just teasing you)
  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,024
    Sorry, Ken, if I stepped on your mid-life toes. :-)

    I have a young daughter and that's her response to everything she likes. Perhaps I should have said, "Ooooo....SWEET!"? ;-)

    KarenS
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    Owner's Clubs

    Community Manager If you have any questions or concerns about the Forums, send me an email, karen@edmunds.com, or click on my screen name to send a personal message.

  • pturner1pturner1 Posts: 33


    Nobody asked about it before!
  • theicemantheiceman Posts: 736
    Rick: I have to make 2 points here: (1) From now on, please just assume we're enthusiastic Bonneville owners and will lap up ANY photos, technical, sourcing, costing, etc. details that you have; (2) I'm a little shocked that you can live with that back seat - sheesh, it looks less comfortable than tpken says his front seat is. Couldn't they at least put the cushion back on? (okay okay, a juvenile jab...)

    This is first time I'm seeing the position of the battery....interesting.

    Thanks for the pix!!!

    theiceman
  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
    How's your hearing? I can feel the bass rumble here in Boston! you could trigger a seismic event with that set-up.

    Ken
  • Just updated the Zaino on my two rides this past weekend.

    They both say they feel soooooooooo much better!

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  • kzmkzm Posts: 55
    black silver,

    Great picture!
    I washed mine yesterday and it rained that evening.

    KZM
  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
    Black silver

    Super Photo - you've got two great rides there! That Maple Red is a super color on Bonneville - it looks as though your interior is beige - nice combo (the gray goes well too as I've seen)

    Best wishes with both vehicles.

    Ken
  • I think they call that interior color "taupe" which is the trendy way of saying "dark beige". But I like it. Interior of the Silverado is "graphite" which is the trendy way of saying "dark gray"! Both look good in leather. Bought both rides last fall, 2 days a apart, and haven't yet decided which one I like best!
  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
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    Spruce Green SE (Tpken), Bright White SE (Fntascp), black SSEi (kzm)

    Sorry for distortion on front of Chuck's (fntascp) White SE - don't think I can get it out.
    More to come

    Ken
  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
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    Kevin and his boys

  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
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    Chuck has the cloth bench seat rather than buckets. The color is 1999 Bright White, not the 2000 Arctic White called for.

  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
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    That's Ken on the left (Ayuh!) and new Aurora Classic buddy Vince (alias Hanry) on the right.
    Nice how the Maine Chickadee and Pine Tree plate complement the Spruce Green color.

  • kzmkzm Posts: 55
    Ken,

    You're a good (and fast)man with the digital camera!

    KZM
  • smfransmfran Posts: 432
    Fantastic!!! Great job on organizing the meet and taking and posting pictures. Now I'm really excited for you to do the same closer to our home here in New England.
    Stephen
  • mfahey1mfahey1 Posts: 419
    It's always nice to put faces to names. This is the first forum that I have participated in and it seems a bit strange to be anonymous.
    Since I'm partial to the color combination of dark green and red, I think that the old Maine license plate with the bright red lobster would have really set off your SE. Even without it though, your car and the others looked very nice in the the photos.

    Mark
  • theicemantheiceman Posts: 736
    It's like I was there! Thanks again guys - and Ken in particular for organizing this and sharing the pix with us. Good to put a face with a handle - I hope to reciprocate soon.

    Dan
  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
    And now it's time for Kevin to post his pics - can't wait to see them!

    Ken
  • bdreggorsbdreggors Posts: 143
    I too long to be there. Oh well, Clearwater the Jersey isn't the IDEAL commute (re: I-95!). Although, I could take the Auto Train and leave the driving to them!

    Like said before, it is nice to put a name to a face. BTW: Here's me right after I bought my Bonnie -----> :-D
  • rover3500rover3500 Posts: 11
    Hi Everyone,

    Can't seem to find the Grand Prix chat. What do all of you Bonneville people think about the Grand Prix? Been thinking of Trading my 98 Taurus in for a brand new Grand Prix GT.

    Happy motoring,

    Aaron
  • kzmkzm Posts: 55
    Aaron,

    My wife has a Grand Prix GT, great car! There are more Grand Prix chats, clubs and sites than you can shake a stick at! Lots of aftermarket goodies also, lots of support to upgrade the car. If you can handle the modest price increase, the GTP gives you all that the GT has along with HUD and the supercharger that's the same as in the SSEi.

    Either way, it's a blast to drive!

    KZM
    Kevin
  • tpkentpken Posts: 1,108
    Look back at post # 1 for instructions how to do this - just have to put your pics out at another internet site first and then link them to here.

    Ken
  • kzmkzm Posts: 55
    I'm getting the hang of this now!


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  • rb8225rb8225 Posts: 33
    2001 SSEi, Light BronzeMist. The day I brought it home.


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  • rb8225rb8225 Posts: 33
    Driver 1...


    Sorry about the blurred images, I used a Cannon digital video camcorder, and it does not like to focus on those displays, even using manual focus.


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