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See It Drive - Special #1 - Holden VE UTE

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Wierd photography makes them look as narrow as an Aveo.

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They do look oddly narrow, still the sight makes me want to throw some shrimp on the barbie to celebrate.
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Im in freakin' love Ill take a green or black one please.... and if i don't like the grill and such stuff when they bring it here ill be ordering the parts from holden.

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We got another one Camino! Welcome to Uteland Batman! :thumbsup:

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Wierd photography makes them look as narrow as an Aveo.

Have a look at the shape of the wheels in a side on shot. It's a 16:9 aspect ratio video that YouTube is displaying in a 4:3 window.

Looks like it was all filmed at Holden's Lang Lang test track.

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Have a look at the shape of the wheels in a side on shot. It's a 16:9 aspect ratio video that YouTube is displaying in a 4:3 window.

Looks like it was all filmed at Holden's Lang Lang test track.

It was filmed at GM's Lang Lang. :smilewide:

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This was posted before in a format that doesn't give the "Aveo -effect".

Thanks anyway, PCS.

K.C. : I converted BatmanVW quite a while ago. :AH-HA_wink:

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Of course, I know you really mean General Motors Holden Lang Lang Vehicle Proving Ground..... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lang_Lang%2C_Victoria

See it Drive is usually fairly raw but honest report on new vehicles but this one's pretty lame - it's just a press release montage.

Ahhh, zetaman, my old friend. Slumming are we? How are things at GMOutsidenews? You know as well as I do that anybody's grandmother can add things to wikipedia. I am speaking in legal terminology, since anything Holden owns is legally GM's, since GM owns Holden lock, stock, and barrel, down to the smallest screw that is in the VE. Have a great afternoon, I know I'm having a great morning. :smilewide:

G'Day Mate! :AH-HA_wink:

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Ahhh, zetaman, my old friend. Slumming are we? How are things at GMOutsidenews? You know as well as I do that anybody's grandmother can add things to wikipedia. I am speaking in legal terminology, since anything Holden owns is legally GM's, since GM owns Holden lock, stock, and barrel, down to the smallest screw that is in the VE. Have a great afternoon, I know I'm having a great morning. :smilewide:

G'Day Mate! :AH-HA_wink:

I'm just fine, thanks. I know, I know..... you made a good point regarding Wikipedia - pure laziness on my part.... I't hardly level 1 evidence is it. But it's still Holden, not GM ;)

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