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Zeta can support a huge range of configurations and models. Vote for the one you most hope for (other than Camaro).  

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  1. 1. Zeta can support a huge range of configurations and models. Vote for the one you most hope for (other than Camaro).

    • a GTO/convertible
      5
    • a Monte Carlo
      4
    • a Chevelle
      2
    • an Impala (sedan)
      9
    • a Pontiac sedan
      4
    • a Pontiac coupe
      2
    • a Buick coupe/convertible
      8
    • a Buick sedan
      5
    • a wagon
      1
    • AWD models
      3
    • an El Camino
      9
    • other
      1


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Camino LS6    866

How can Chevy outnumber Pontiac in the number of two-door cars??

Pontiac is the PERFORMANCE division!

Well, first of all, I'm not saying that that is or should be the case. Second, the answer is: easily, Chevrolet is the Everything division.

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Well, first of all, I'm not saying that that is or should be the case. Second, the answer is: easily, Chevrolet is the Everything division.

It wasn't directed at you. It's directed at the marketing guys :AH-HA_wink:

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z28luvr01    170

I...I...I....can't vote. I want them all.

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ehaase    18

Top priority is an Impala sedan.

Next priority is a Buick sedan.

Following priority is a Pontiac sedan.

After that, a GTO, then a Buick coupe and convertible.

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mjdecker    0

I...I...I....can't vote. I want them all.

x2

For the sake of picking just one, I'd have to say that a RWD Buick Sedan is essential to it's survival.

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turbo200    6

literally, everything they can give, I'll be happy with

impala sedan

pontiac g8/gto, and smaller g6

buick velite/riviera/sedan

rwd crossovers baby

wagon

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Hmm...well, if ya'll don't know how I voted.....

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Riviera.

I'm not sure why I didn't catch this one last night....

I agree ... a new Riviera would be nice, but not on Zeta, I don't think ... because, as far as I know, Rivieras were mostly FWD, right? I test drove an '85 Riviera last weekend and almost bought it for my winter car ... until I remembered it is FWD.....

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Since the GTO, Impala & Buick sedan are already almost certain sister Zetas to the Camaro I voted Chevelle cause that would kick ass.

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GMTruckGuy74    228

I'm not sure why I didn't catch this one last night....

I agree ... a new Riviera would be nice, but not on Zeta, I don't think ... because, as far as I know, Rivieras were mostly FWD, right?  I test drove an '85 Riviera last weekend and almost bought it for my winter car ... until I remembered it is FWD.....

Wouldn't you want FWD for winter driving? I thought that was the main benefit of FWD cars? :AH-HA_wink:

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GMTruckGuy74    228

I voted for El Camino (and hopefully a GMC variant too) since I feel that all those other versions will come sooner or later. I'd really like to see the El Camino make a return a lot sooner.

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avant1963    38

All of the above...

What is this Sophie's Choice? Asking me to chose one of these is impossible. I want a full range - with AWD and wagons, and convertibles, and coupes and ...

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Camino LS6    866

All of the above...

What is this Sophie's Choice?  Asking me to chose one of these is impossible.  I want a full range - with AWD and wagons, and convertibles, and coupes and ...

Haha, me too. Just pick the one you want MOST.

That goes for you too,Z!

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Wouldn't you want FWD for winter driving?  I thought that was the main benefit of FWD cars?  :AH-HA_wink:

*chuckles*

Some consider that the main benefit, yes ... but, I prefer to have RWD ... which my current daily driver ('87 MC LS) is. Just trying to find a suitable "winter beater" car so I don't get anymore rust on the '87 MC LS (virtually rust free when I bought it ... and through 2 winters, thus far, is still relatively rust free, with a few very minor exceptions).

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I hope you don't get mad at me for saying this KF but I think the Monte Carlo nameplate needs a hiatus. Right now people think of FWD Nascar-stickered two-door-Impalas/Luminas when they hear MontE Carlo. Perhaps putting the name on the shelf for like 4/5 years would do wonders. After all.... look at how the Camaro enthusiasts have excepted the new Camaro with open arms after the "hiatus" B.S.

And yes, I AM implying a modern-retro MC in the style of the Camaro. 1970s is where it's at for the Monte!

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toesuf94    0

I would love to see an Impala Wagon again - but the AWD is important on all of the Zeta line...I only get to pick 1!?!?!?! Hmmm...

Well, then I guess I will take El Camino - BUT ( this is where I get kicked by other members ) i want the option of a two door AND the four door UTE that is in Australia so the damned thing can be practical if needed... :pokeowned: (don't hurt me!!!) So that is what I would love to see on the obscure end of things...

A RETRO 67 Buick Riviera coupe would also be really cool...

See, I cannot choose just 1! :omfg: They would ALL be worthy of building. The AWD is probably the most important of all on ANY of the platforms under the sedans/wagons/caminos.

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