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Haven't heard anything lately, and I'm beginning to wonder if they will make an appearance during the show season at all.

Fingers crossed.

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There are some right purty Photoshops of the G8 ST and G8 SW in this months Motor Trend magazine. They said both the ST and SW will be on sale in Fall of 08. Not much longer Camino.

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i want an ST GXP with all three pedals :wub:

My recipe exactly!

I want to hear confirmation from GM before I celebrate. M/T just doesn't inspire confidence.

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Never believe anything you hear on the net until GM or Lutz confirms it. Which means that all the :bs: going around this board and others could be just that: BS

I would like to have some concrete answers as well... As far as I know, nothing major has happened to any of the Zeta vehicles except GMX-551, which in and of itself could be a MARKET decision (*GASP!* It's future was NEVER locked in and the Impala was NEVER set as RWD for sure) and not even CAFE related. Just like I'm sure the North* will be replaced with a better V8 and not V6's.

I'm sure we'll get all the answers we need beginning here in about a week or so.

Edited by FUTURE_OF_GM

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I'm rooting for the G8 wagon to get here (and for the ST for you Camino!). If I can't get the Sierra I really want in 2009/2010, then I want to get something else that I love almost as much - and a Pontiac station wagon could possibly fit that bill. Hopefully we'll hear something soon about these two G8 variants.

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2008_G8_SAFARI_GT_1280.jpg

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These were my two stabs this past fall at a G8 Wagon what I think they should call a G8 Safari like they did back in there hey-day.

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Small tidbit on the Ute:

The battery is cab-mounted behind/below the driver's seat. Well, our driver's seat that is. I assume they would flip it to the other side for us if it stays in the cab.

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Small tidbit on the Ute:

The battery is cab-mounted behind/below the driver's seat. Well, our driver's seat that is. I assume they would flip it to the other side for us if it stays in the cab.

I'm sure they would mirror-image everything inside of the ST/Ute.

It's not a big deal, anyway. I'm pretty certain the battery of the last-generation Bonneville was under it's rear seat.

Edited by YellowJacket894

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Small tidbit on the Ute:

The battery is cab-mounted behind/below the driver's seat. Well, our driver's seat that is. I assume they would flip it to the other side for us if it stays in the cab.

ZZZZZTTTTTTTT! I hope you don't get a shock on your Beeeehinddddd! Ahhhh, the smell of Ozone in the air! :smilewide:

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That certainly wouldn't be too pleasant.

I do like the idea of having it on the passenger's side though.

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