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Old 05-12-2006, 07:16 PM   #11
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Now that they got rid of that monstrosity,they can bring back the Bonneville
They should also bring back the Fiero.
A tinderbox on wheels
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Tinderbox on wheels... man i drive one of those every day!

Oh wait mines been on fire twice... i stand corrected.
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They look like Jeeps on steroids.
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The H1 never got me going anyway... Now a nice Humvee...
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Now that they got rid of that monstrosity,they can bring back the Bonneville
They should also bring back the Fiero.
A tinderbox on wheels
Fiero - Fiery I see some resemblence
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yeah I read that too. Gm is doing the right thing finally
wtf you talking about


h1 > h2/tahoe/h3/wateverthatis
What?

I dont really like any hummers but I liked the H1s for some reason. Rather have a tahoe.

I only like the H3...it looks as expensive as the other 2 for less than half the price.
H3 is just the same as having a tahoe thats got smaller windows. The stance is just as llow and doesnt include the CTIS[neither does H2]. Granted the H1 is a large vehicle, there isnt another out there that could replace the offroad ruggedness of it. After driving all three types...the H2/H3 are just...
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Now that they got rid of that monstrosity,they can bring back the Bonneville
They should also bring back the Fiero.
A tinderbox on wheels
*sigh*

i love it when people who have no idea what they are talking about open their mouths. really i do. misinformed people like you are the reason fiero owners like me can buy these things for next to nothing. i've had four fieros, two '88 coupes, one with a cadallac 4.9 alluminum V-8, and two '85 GT'* and i gotta tell you. they were all cool little cars. none of them ever cought on fire.

in '84 eight fieros had connecting rod failures (do to lack of maintenence on the owner'* part, mind you) when the rods punched through the block the oil fell onto the cat converter and started a fire. there was a recall and a sheild was installed to prevent this very thing. but for some reason idiots still like to sware theat they catch fire every day, and because the doors are plastic the melt shut and you can't get out. oh my god they're death traps. then i end up all ticked off about your ignorance. thanks man.
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I agree. They should also bring back the Fiero.
small, rear-drive 2-seater.
Where have I seen that before....??

Oh yeah.....


Just sayin
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H3 is actually an extension of the Colorado/Canyon platform with the same 3.5LInline5. Quite a bit smaller than the H2, for the most part the H3 has gotten good reviews except for its slow performance, which should be somewhat fixed with its rumored 3.7LInline5. Also for the H1 should be put down with only 300+ sales(I'm sure each one made somekind of profit) it doesn't sell in even volume to consider its continuation. It would probably just eat up more money to refresh or redesign it.
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As far as I'm concerned, if it aint a Humvee who cares. I'd take my Jeep over any Hummer any day.

Now if GM made the H3 in an offroad package that had features that matched Toyota'* new FJ Cruiser I'd be impressed.
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