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    Cool Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    This is an old Idea I keep putting out there. The rear windows roll down and the roof section and rear hatch slides like a sunroof so you would have a 6 foot bed when you need it and seating for five in a compact package. The bed would be covered by a rooltop desk type cover that slides with the roof section.
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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    where does it slide to?

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    It slides under the front part of roof

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    wheres the pic?
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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    I cannoit see anything either.

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    Hmmm....Not bad, but I'm not sure if a red 'X' in a box fits in with El Camino heritage.....

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    I hope this sticks around.

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    I like the Idea. I am not crazy of the Nomad Concept look, but...

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    um, i like the idea, but from looking at the picture there is no physical way that cab could slide under the roof.

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    This is just done in paint. tried to put a cut line in for the sliding roof but it just looked goofy.

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    The SSX concept by Holden. Look how much room there is.




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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    Quote Originally Posted by FISH
    The SSX concept by Holden. Look how much room there is.





    oooo, that car is AWESOME

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    oooo, that car is AWESOME
    OK Here try the SST

    http://www.webwombat.com.au/motoring...s/melb04_3.htm



    Or the Utester

    http://www.webwombat.com.au/motoring...03_utester.htm

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    Re: Nomadders coupe pick up(CPU)

    You're batting .500!

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    I like the utester better, Gm definitly needs this kind of stuff in the US


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    This is the Holden Utility SS, built by GM’s Australia-based branch for its home market. We had one for a day in LA before it was sent back to Oz; GM reps, hopeful to give the Chevy Bow Tie a performance luster with a vehicle just like this one, gave us a laundry list of unofficial reasons this car will probably never come to this country. We’ve got our own list of why it should.

    1. Chevy Would Sell the Hell Out of It: We drove one around Southern California for a day right after Power Tour ended, and if we had a dollar for every Power Tourer who told us they’d buy one, we could buy one ourselves. If they felt the need, Chevy could limit U.S. production—say, 25,000 a year—and send demand skyrocketing. It’d be an instant legend.

    2. Body Style Choice: Holden of Australia builds and sells two-door Monaro coupes, four-door Commodore sedans and wagons, and the snazzy Utility hybrid seen here. Substitute Camaro for Monaro, Chevelle for Commodore, and El Camino for Utility, maybe Nomad for Commodore wagon, and you’d have a marketing coup that would have the 800,000-odd readers of this magazine screaming for the nearest Chevy dealer, cash in hand.

    It goes on longer but this is what they GM needs!

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