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Old 02-06-2010, 12:20 PM   #1
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It'* a fun car to drive. Had to pimp it up a bit
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Sharp looking truck.
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always thought those were cool! thanks for sharing!!
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That'* a nice little truck. Now go put an LS1 in it, that should put a little pimp juice in it
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Very nice looking! I drove one as a rental while my truck was getting repaired. It took a bit to get used to, but not a bad ride.
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I was very close to buying one, but bought the Cobalt instead. I kind of regret it. The wife wanted the 1mpg more from the Cobalt, and they didn't have the HHr the way I wanted it.
How do you like it? Is the cargo area big enough for you? I like the Cobalt a lot, but bigger cargo areas are always better.
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I don't get to drive it a lot. But it has plenty of pickup and room. mpg is average. The ride is good, but not a bonneville. And its a lot of fun to drive. We get a lot of looks.
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