[QUOTE=Also drove past the plant yesterday and saw hundreds of the Caprice PPV all lined up ready for shipping.[/QUOTE]
Get us some pictures!!!!
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2006 IBM A4 1 of 166
DuSpeed, Fast 102, Corsa Sport Cat-back, SLP Predator, BMR Skidplate, DBA Rotors, Hawk Pads, SAP Rocker panels, SAP Fascia, SAP Grills, Kooks Signature Series headers with catless mid-pipes, Tuned by Complete Street Performance
12.48 @ 113mph
Screw it as a El Camino, bring it over as the HSV Maloo R8 with all the HSV goodies on it!
06 Impulse Blue, Blue, 6Sp, 18" JHP gauges, SAP grilles, SAP Ft. Bumper, SAP Rockers, Kooks SS headers, O/R mids, Corsa Sport Exhaust, DSS driveshaft, DSS stubs and halfshafts, pedders track II, hotchkis swaybars,gentex mirror, Dominant Motorsports CAI, Jamesbiz catch can, DBA cross drilled and slotted rotors, Tuned by Blue Devil Motorsports. 2nd GTO with the GTO rear insert letters light up, 1st in blue, Bohnman LED conversation in Blue, Bohnman step plates in blue
They've been teasing us with this ute since I first saw one at a GM sponsored event in 2001. I was set to buy one when the Pontiac truck was coming out. My Goat was paid for and I needed something to haul my dog (an english mastiff) in. I feel like this is another round or Charlie Brown and Lucy with the football. The Chevy Caprice front clip is not nearly as sharp looking as the Pontiac version and I'm not sure my (now elderly) dog will still be around IF they come through with it this time. A dozen years is a long time to wait for a vehicle that is already produced in another country. It's not like they have been developing a new product or anything.
'04 GTO-Barbados Blue 6M
'95 DGGM Impala SS sedan
'65 Impala SS ragtop
'65 Corvair Corsa coupe
'65 Corvair Greenbrier Van
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