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    time for the market research... who's the target audience for a shorter, lower, one-piece canyon?!?
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    not really, the bed would be kind of pointless

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    that would be awesome for a street going "sport version"

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    Add those two lil doors in the back and twiek it a lil. Tah dah you have a K5-sorta

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    Originally posted by PontiacJ8@May 25 2004, 09:01 PM
    not really, the bed would be kind of pointless
    Yeah, but how many people who buy a smaller truck (like the canyon) will acctually fill the bed with stuff. Most people who are using a truck to haul stuff, get a full sized truck i.e., fleet trucks. It could be used for the ss or another sport version.
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    That is horrible, don't we have enough disaters rolling around now?. The Monte Carlo, ION, Aztek, Aveo, Ascender, and so on.
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    I don't think that we need that... It looks bloated...

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    Just reading the name has me singing the Canyonero commercial from the Simpsons:


    Can ya name the truck with four wheel drive,
    Smells like a steak and seats thirty five.
    Canyonero...
    Canyonero...

    When it goes real slow with the hammer down,
    Its the country fried truck endorsed by a clown.
    Canyonero...
    Canyonero...

    Twelve yards long two lanes wide,
    Sixty five tons of American pride.
    Canyonero...
    Canyonero...

    Top of the line in utility sports,
    Unexplained fires are a matter for the courts.
    Canyonero...
    Canyonero...

    She blinds everybody with her super high beems,
    She's a squirrel squishin' deer smackin' drivin' machine.
    Canyonero...
    Canyonero...
    Yahh...yahh canyonero
    Whoa Canyonero.
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    Nice job! Too bad the current one doesn't look this good. It looks very stout and very sharp. Once again nice job! B)

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    Originally posted by sheithappens@Jun 3 2004, 08:13 PM
    Nice job! Too bad the current one doesn't look this good. It looks very stout and very sharp. Once again nice job! B)
    What the hell picture R U looking at ???!!!
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