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SEMA Roush G6

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Cory Wolfe    263
I see no problem... except that Mits ripped off Pontiac's grill and headlights with the RalliArt Lancer, so now when a Pontiac concept comes out, it looks like Pontiac copied Mits. Anyways, its about time the G6 got a little Excitement injected into it. I just wonder where that damn GXP is...

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Cory Wolfe    263

That Lancer was a 2004 model. Now who's ripping who off...

Dude... When did Pontiac first use a triangular/trapezoidal twin port grill and angular/cat's eyes headlights? Yeah... quite a bit before 2004 wasn't it? when that Lancer came out... it was an obvious rip off of Pontiac. No ifs, ands, or buts about it.

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z28luvr01    170
The twin ports are a little over the top for me. The stock grille would have been just fine there with the chrome trim blacked out. Blacking out the molding along the bottom of the greenhouse helps the car out tremendously. We all know Roush is good for more than just looks...anyone know what motivates this bad-boy?

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prinzSD    0

Dude... When did Pontiac first use a triangular/trapezoidal twin port grill and angular/cat's eyes headlights? Yeah... quite a bit before 2004 wasn't it? when that Lancer came out... it was an obvious rip off of Pontiac. No ifs, ands, or buts about it.

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I agree and even my son noticed the Pontiac rip off from Mitshibushi starting several years ago.

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