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Hey Pro... Colorado SS?
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Post Hey Pro... Colorado SS? 
Thought you might like these...





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Dead sexy. Bit much plastic but it does look well done. Like the darker wheels but they either need to be smaller or have high profile tires, IMHO.

Where'd you acquire those photos...and any word on the powertrain?

Edit: Can you imagine how well those would sell with LS2s and a reg cab option?....so well that GM will *NEVER* do it Very Happy.

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OH HELL YES THATS BADASS.
I prefer the single cab though.


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BTW everyone knows my stance on extended cabs Rolling Eyes

http://benlincoln.com/pa/extcabs.mpg

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I dont see how it could have much bigger than a 6 cyl. Not much room in there.

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Guess what - Classic chevrolet in grapevine has a colorado ss in the showroom (not for sale yet of course).
SINGLE CAB.
Not sure whats under hood.
Ill stop back by and get tons of pics and more info.

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Post It's built to take an inline 5 
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I dont see how it could have much bigger than a 6 cyl. Not much room in there.


A V8 is as long as an inline 4. Therefore, it should fit. Might have to rearrange a few things under the hood and trim the inner fenderwells, but it should fit fine. Since it's GM doing it, would not be a problem.

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I could work with that...if I could fit of course, haven't sat in a Coly yet.

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The story on this truck...

http://www.pickuptruck.com/html/autoshows/sema2004/chevrolet/coloradoss/page1.html

Apparently it has an LS2 in it. So the engine fits. So apparently the engine not fitting is
not the reason that GM will decide against building this truck. They will have to choose
amongst other reasons, such as not understanding their market, worrying about Corvette
sales dropping by 3 cars, or unavailability of development fund due to having to give some
bankrupt Italian outfit $2 billion in order to avoid being contractually obligated to buy
them (i.e., Fiat).

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