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AutoMeter, And Everyone With A Soul, Have Answered Today’s BangShift Question Of The Day.


AutoMeter, And Everyone With A Soul, Have Answered Today’s BangShift Question Of The Day.

The dudes at AutoMeter are always putting up great photos on their Facebook page, and quite often some of the best captions ever. This one was up on their Facebook page yesterday and made us laugh so we just had to share it. We’ve taken a screen shot of it with our comment included. Guess which BangShift staffer does the Facebook posting around here? LOL

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18 thoughts on “AutoMeter, And Everyone With A Soul, Have Answered Today’s BangShift Question Of The Day.

  1. Remy-Z

    Preach it. I want one BAD, bad enough I’d set both of my cars on fire at the dealer if I could get one.

    1. Chad Reynolds Post author

      It’s awesomer that you thought Brian wrote the comment. I do all the Facebook, so it was all me. LOL LOL LOL

  2. starterguy

    That’s awesome, It’s too bad that Aussie manufacturing is going away because they have got some cooool stuff.

  3. ratpatrol66

    They were going to bring it the states as a Pontiac, then they killed Pontiac. I’m sure you will see it from Chevrolet.

  4. GuitarSlinger

    I know for a fact that regardless of whether its good or bad … ugly or good looking … all the Aussie Ute’s are now DOA what with Ford closing down all its Aussie manufacturing and Holden a step away from the relegation bin … not to mention Holden having already clearly stated ALL RWD production is coming to an end

    Which is to say …. you won’t be seeing this or any other ‘ Ute ‘ for sale here in the States under any badge or moniker …… ever …… unfortunately .

  5. 3nine6

    Wheels should NEVER have 3 spokes or appear to have 3 spokes. Otherwise, as the former owner of an L-78, 4-speed, ’69 el Camino, I’d be seriously interested. Agree with Matt Cramer about the body kit.

  6. MARTIN

    They ran one at the NURBURGRING track back in April. It got around in 8m.19.47secs. A little bit quicker than an 2010 Camaro SS then a C55 Mercedes AMG. It was in standard production trim and was present in Germany for fuel economy certification from memory.

    They only had limited set up time and no spares except for wheels.
    However in Australia soon it will all be over as far as local manufacture is concerned,both GM and Ford

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