2007 Chevrolet Uplander/EXT/Rio Grande

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    The concept version:



    The production version:



    The extended version that can seat up to eight:



    The full-size Rio Grande (sized between Tahoe and Surburban), based on Lambda-Plus:



    Enjoy!

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    the uplander "concept" headlights look better to me than the "production" version...but that's just my opinion...other than that they both look great

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    Originally posted by bakerna@Jan 30 2004, 05:56 PM
    the uplander "concept" headlights look better to me than the "production" version...but that's just my opinion...other than that they both look great
    Thanks. On the other various forums I have showcased these, that's the number one comment I get.

    If youve seen the real Uplander for the 2005 model year, these are waaaaaaay better by comparison.

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    Yeah...the production version looks great, but the concept is 10 times better...you're a great artist, and your ideas are very impressive...I like all of them Gm should take a look at what you do, I'd say most of GMs customers would like to see some of your designs...

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    Originally posted by bakerna@Jan 30 2004, 06:15 PM
    Yeah...the production version looks great, but the concept is 10 times better...you're a great artist, and your ideas are very impressive...I like all of them Gm should take a look at what you do, I'd say most of GMs customers would like to see some of your designs...
    Thanks! B)

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    Very Nice. The Rio Grande would be the biggest FWD crossover SUV in production if you ever got your way

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