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ocnblu

Chop Request

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ocnblu    719
Tiny pickup trucks might be ready for a comeback here in the USA. Does anyone feel like chopping an HHR, Rabbit or Caliber into a pickup truck? Thanks.

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GMTruckGuy74    228

Well, I have no chopping skills (or drawing skills for that matter) at all, but Dodge did come to answer your call with the M80 concept back in 2002:

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Now I'd much rather have a GMC small pickup myself, but this Dodge was one cool little pickup. It's a shame that the auto manufacturers didn't forsee the higher gas prices we're going to be getting soon and have these cute-pups ready to roll.

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K.C.    0
Well, I have no chopping skills (or drawing skills for that matter) at all, but Dodge did come to answer your call with the M80 concept back in 2002:

dodge_m80_concept_2002.thumbnail.jpg

TorqueOmata3604.jpg

Now I'd much rather have a GMC small pickup myself, but this Dodge was one cool little pickup. It's a shame that the auto manufacturers didn't forsee the higher gas prices we're going to be getting soon and have these cute-pups ready to roll.

That is one of my favorite Dodge concepts.

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ocnblu    719
That M80 is a cool little hauler.

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Zulehan    0

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Quick chop. I think this should happen. Not that it should replace the Colorado; that'll need to be something worthy of competing with the Tacoma and Dakota. But it should happen.

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