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Intrigue Owners: Photo Gallery

Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,020
edited March 21 in Oldsmobile
You cannot upload photos directly from your computer into a message within a discussion. Your photo must reside elsewhere. Some have used free photo hosting sites (www.picturetrail.com & www.zing.com/) 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/82726.jpg")

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

To make your photo a link like this:

image

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!

KarenS
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Owner's Club

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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Comments

  • vcjumpervcjumper Posts: 1,110
    Well I thought I'd be the first to try posting a pic to some cars so here goes nothing.


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  • jjpowell2jjpowell2 Posts: 91
    We don't need to post a personal pic as the silver one that Olds uses is just what we have! The only difference may be that we have the polished wheels. We'll be adding a pinstripe just to make it a bit different from the rest.
  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,020
    First open your account with your photo on Zing. Point the cursor over your picture and right click. Choose "Copy Image Location". Then open this discussion. In the text box, right click and choose "paste". This is the URL location of your picture. Now include the html code. It should look like this:

    img src="URL Photo Location"

    Now put < in front and > at the end of the line. Post your message and your photo should appear on the message board.

    If you still have trouble....let me know.

    KarenS
    Host
    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.

  • b4zb4z Posts: 3,372
    oscaarz: I think you invented a new intrigue color. I like it.
  • oscarz2oscarz2 Posts: 153
    I didn't realize that by deleting the photo at photopoint, it would delete it here. Still learning here.
  • vcjumpervcjumper Posts: 1,110
    A pic of the $20 GM STB installed in the rear.. please excuse the wiring mess as I had to relocate the amplifier to fit in the STB.


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  • Where did you get the STB for that cheap and did you notice any difference in handling?
  • vcjumpervcjumper Posts: 1,110
    GM sells the bar.. The part number is 1245-6148. Order it at any dealer parts dept. Make sure you ream the holes wider a tiny bit (you'll see when you try to put them on, and realize if you use the same one in front you will have to drill holes in your strut towers.

    I noticed a slightly stiffer chasis in back after I put the bar on. Combined with the Michelin Pilots I have and hopefully soon a front STB, the handling is definitely improved over stock.
  • Thanks for the response. What year Intrigue do you own (3.5L or 3.8L)? Was the rear STB a direct bolt on, or did you have to drill some holes? http://www.grandprixstore.com/ has the front stb that bolts on directly for 129.99. I am also planning on getting the Energy Suspension Polyurethane Sway Bar Bushings and end link kit (the best bang for the buck suspension upgrade for us intriguers). Have you done any other perf mods? (check out my intake under the accesories and mods section)
  • vcjumpervcjumper Posts: 1,110
    For sure the aftermarket polyurethane sway bar bushings for the GP are not the same as the ones for the Intrigue, as the Intrigue has thicker sway bars and they are diameter specific.

    The rear STB was a direct bolt on. The holes on the bar itself have to be filed wider a bit (we are talking milimetres) to get them over the existing bolts on the strut towers. I'm not 100% sure the front STB for the GP will fit an Intrigue perfectly.. I have a 99 3.5L, perhaps the 3.8L intrigues have the coolant bottle in a different spot.

    Haven't dont any other performance mods, waiting till the car is paid off!
  • We are lucky to have bigger swaybars (I am planning on getting the polyurethane bushings at jegs). I had some guy try and race me in a Honda CR-V this morning. That was a laugh.
  • you guys and girls can see my ride if you want at www.cardomain.com and link to member pages.goto 1999 oldmobile intrigue mine is the one thats says hifonics powered.
    thanks for taking a look
  • javidoggjavidogg Posts: 366
    I found this Olds, Intrigue, with 20's, looking sweet.

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  • javidoggjavidogg Posts: 366
    A picture of the wheels

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    If I still had my Intrigue, I would of hooked it up like that.
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