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Flybrian

2008 Holden VE Ute - Omega | SV6 | SS | SS-V

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While I still don't get the demand for this type of car, I still wish they would sell it here.

Do you think they could pull of a G8 Ute? Obviously we would need to find another name, but do you think it could work under Pontiac?

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Intrepidation    846

I like mine better..I don't like how the bed slopes down to teh tail from the "cab". It's still cool though, and I hope they bring it here.

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K.C.    0

The "Crunch" color kills me. Love the name, love the color. I don't know if I could actually own one that color, but it would be cool to say, "I own a "Crunch" Maloo Ute. I'm feelin a little verklempt

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GMTruckGuy74    228

While I still don't get the demand for this type of car, I still wish they would sell it here.

Do you think they could pull of a G8 Ute? Obviously we would need to find another name, but do you think it could work under Pontiac?

No. Remember, Pontiac is to be strictly cars from now on. It could work though in the same showroom, as a GMC, where trucks in the B-P-G lineup belong (even if it's car-based; reference the '71-'77 Sprint & '78-'87 Caballero).

My suggestion for a name? Easy... GMC Centaur (half man/half horse = half car/half truck). And of course this wouldn't be the first time that name was used on a GMC (1988's concept GMC was called "Centaur"):

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