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Are they also going to bring the Ute version w/ a cap for police animal control handling use? :) (Like the pic PCS posted the other day). And the wagon for coroner's office use? :)

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Are they also going to bring the Ute version w/ a cap for police animal control handling use? :) (Like the pic PCS posted the other day). And the wagon for coroner's office use? :)

Did I post that, hmmmmm, I wonder why????

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This is step one, to bringing my brand back from the dead ...

Edit: That is what I'm working towards, let's see where this road leads ...

Link: http://bit.ly/9BTfj

That's an interesting position for you to be taking...

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Hmmm

<cynical> he's just messing with our heads again.. </cynical>

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Cool! Way better than police Chargers IMO. What happened to the currency problems though?

The currency problem vaporized a while back.

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If we throw caution to the wind and assume that this actually happens, how would these police cruisers be badged?

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If we throw caution to the wind and assume that this actually happens, how would these police cruisers be badged?

Chevrolet Fleetmaster or something?

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use up the Pontiac parts. Sell them fleet only through GMC/Buick dealers.

Can't say that that thought hadn't crossed my mind...

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Anyway, I'll believe it when I see it. I'll still have fun with it anyway, though.

To sum it up:

Pro: The Commodore will still be sold in the United States.

Con: You can buy one retired from chasing stolen Ford Mustangs, speeding after idiots on a foot chase, and pulling over punk ass teenagers going 5 over the limit with 200,000 miles and most everything broken 10 years from when they finally get here. Expect to pony up for some paint too.

Pro: In that case I can buy one cheap, right? Say for about Three-Kay or so?

Con: See above. Expect to dump another Three-Kay into fixing a broken-this and a broken-that and into turning the zebra into a thoroughbred. Costing a grand total of six-thousand dollars, you should really go out and buy something classic instead.

Jalopnik sucks. I'm better.

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Anyway, I'll believe it when I see it. I'll still have fun with it anyway, though.

To sum it up:

Pro: The Commodore will still be sold in the United States.

Con: You can buy one retired from chasing stolen Ford Mustangs, speeding after idiots on a foot chase, and pulling over punk ass teenagers going 5 over the limit with 200,000 miles and most everything broken 10 years from when they finally get here. Expect to pony up for some paint too.

Pro: In that case I can buy one cheap, right? Say for about Three-Kay or so?

Con: See above. Expect to dump another Three-Kay into fixing a broken-this and a broken-that and into turning the zebra into a thoroughbred.

Yeah.

But there were some B4Cs and 9C1s that made it out the backdoor without lightbars...

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and relatively low miles for the model year. i frequently see b4c's with less than 100K miles for sale. seems like a lot but considering most people crap 50K miles on a vehicle in 2-3 yrs it is pretty good.

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