2005 Camino

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    this wouldn't be too hard to pull off...

    new el camino:

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    front end is fugly. I guess this could come after the SSR goes out of production. This could fill in the small truck market, yet still be civil enough to be a car. Have that tow small things like jet ski's, small boats, etc it could make a great urban pick up truck.
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    I will take one of those in in 325HP 5300 SS version ofcorse.

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    I think that is a great chop, and not a bad idea using the SS front on it...

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    Actually, isn't the front end very similar on the Monaro, UTE, and Commodore? If so, there is a Caprice sold in Saudi Arabia that would already have the Chevy design ready for Holden to use....




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    that pic is of a holden crewman and yes some holdens are sold as chevs

    current ute (same front)

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    Try one based off the Kappa platform. A Nomad El Camino or one with a different grill.

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    i like it, the ssr grile works fine. I think chevy should sell some holdens here.

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