2006 Pontiac T6500 Medium-duty truck

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    I was thinking that maybe Pontiac should have a medium-dy truck lineup.

    this is the T series and coming the C-series and the W-series

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    Terrible Idea.

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    Originally posted by bus_man65@Jul 11 2004, 07:21 PM
    I was thinking that maybe Pontiac should have a medium-dy truck lineup.

    this is the T series and coming the C-series and the W-series
    are you sick?

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    what is wrong with you people? this just a concept and fantasy. so lay off :angry:

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    Hah, yes, imagine a performance big-arse truck! That actually would be kind of fun. Remember, M-B makes trucks like this.

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    Originally posted by banzai79@Jul 11 2004, 09:02 PM
    Hah, yes, imagine a performance big-arse truck! That actually would be kind of fun. Remember, M-B makes trucks like this. 
    if Mercedes-Benz makes medium-duty trucks why is it so terrbile to imagine a Pontiac medium duty truck line-up.

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    Originally posted by bus_man65+Jul 11 2004, 03:12 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (bus_man65 &#064; Jul 11 2004, 03:12 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-banzai79@Jul 11 2004, 09:02 PM
    Hah, yes, imagine a performance big-arse truck&#33; That actually would be kind of fun. Remember, M-B makes trucks like this.*
    if Mercedes-Benz makes medium-duty trucks why is it so terrbile to imagine a Pontiac medium duty truck line-up. [/b][/quote]
    Well there are 3reasons:

    1) Pontiac is an upscale proformance brand that focuses on cars and small SUV&#39;s.

    2) Chevrolet and GMC already have medium trucks, why add more?

    3) It would hurt Pontiac&#39;s target image.

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    nsap this is just a <span style='font-size:21pt;line-height:100%'>concept and fantasy truck. can&#39;t you read that also i large that you can read it. </span>

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    i agree with nsap. Its a bad idea

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    Originally posted by bus_man65@Jul 11 2004, 01:21 PM
    I was thinking that maybe Pontiac should have a medium-dy truck lineup.

    I was just replying to that phrase in MY OPINION.

    There is no need to use large text.

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    this is my concept which GM with never make a Pontiac medium-duty truck ever.

    so can i get good comments for once. you guys are missing the point here and is getting me mad that how anytimes do i have say that this is only a fantasy/ Concept truck. Concept doesn&#39;t mean that GM is going to make this.

    if anyone who will want rip on this, can keep it to themself.

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    Aside from erasing GMC and adding the Pontiac logo, what else did you change?

    I see no point to it. It&#39;s pure overlap. Concept or not.

    And bus_man65, if you aren&#39;t willing to accept feedback, whether negative or positive, I wouldn&#39;t suggest posting in an open forum such as this one.

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    Rex : Chevy and GMC does share the same design only on the W-series and T-series why can&#39;t my concept share the same design it&#39;s pontiac, it&#39;s GM.

    this concept was to see want the t-series would look like with the pontiac logo.

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    here&#39;s V2

    I gave it a split grill and hidden headlights.

    And this is just a concept

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    The chop is better. But the idea is not.

    I just have one question: Out of all the things you can chop, why on Earth choose something like this?

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