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Old 04-13-2007, 01:22 PM   #11
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That is HOT
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The Park Avenue is the first vehicle available in Asia that takes advantage of GM’* new global rear-wheel-drive architecture
It'* like the difference between a late 80'* H body and C body. Close enough.
Still different enough to be sold side by side at holden and be given different designations like the H and C body!

One is sport the other is luxury different sheet metal and ride characteristics.
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With the recent trend in MPG and GM putting their RWD line up on hold the chances of seeing a awesome Buick like that may never happen. Thats a shame because that is a damn nice car!
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drooooooooooooooools . Holy crap that'* a nice buick.

I assume it based off the G8 :
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I assume it based off the G8 :
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Actually this car is completely different from the G8. They have different wheel bases and lengths. The G8 is a step up bigger than the G6 about the size of an H Body, but the Park Avenue is slightly bigger than a BMW 7 series in length and wheelbase. Remember that the G8 is built off the Commodor and this Park Avenue is built of the Holden Statesman and are sold side by side in Australia, because they are very different cars.

That is one NICE ride!!!!!! Omg, I wanna go get one and bring it back
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id take it home with me.
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