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Discussion in 'On The Road' started by dschlosser, Sep 15, 2010.
My NTM popup I picked up just northeast of orlando...
First trip of the year...end of April.
Our first trip in our partially renovated camper
(Yes I know, the fire hydrant sucks!!)
It might be a forbidden fruit type of thing since I’m in the states but I love Commodores, G8s and Chevy SS/Caprices are cool but not on the same level.
lol I've been kind of expecting someone would ask what my TV was, didn't expect that someone on your side of the pond would know what it is. This one is only a 3.6L V6 (same as Cadillac HFV6 ~260HP), the good ones have the 5.7 & 6.0L LS V8's. I think GM missed the boat not trying to push this type of car in your market more than they did.
Everything ya need for a month in Florida. Welove planned trip!
My cousin has a bright orange G8 GT, which is essentially a Holden Commodore. I have always loved that car.
Personally, I always felt that the G8 GXP (the amaze-balls 6.2L version) will be a future classic, being the last great Pontiac RWD musclecar, and the most powerful Pontiac ever built. It was also the swan-song for Pontiac, as they shuttered the brand not long after.
Another pic for the Commodore fans, we used the family wagon on the last trip. Those with keen eyes will notice the trailer has had a few changes since the other photo was taken.
So, late last year, we got a new tow vehicle to replace our trusty minivan. A 2018 Toyota Tundra SR5 CrewMax TRD Off Road. With a 5.7 V8, the truck doesn't even feel our small trailer on the back. The goal is to upgrade to a bigger trailer maybe next year. We'll still keep our little pop-up, as it is worthless as a trade-in, and I like our pop up for boondocking and long road trips.
The TT and the Suburban at Cloquet, MN but no room at the Inn, so to speak LOL
Somewhere in the Sierras
Does that giant statue on the roof affect your gas mileage??
8 lug 'Burban doesn't even know it's there! LOL