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Old 01-14-2013, 10:15 AM   #1
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Reading the sales brochure I see that the steering wheel, which I like, is exclusive to the Stingray..... I certainly hope eventually they'll offer it in the Malibu.

Seriously, I really like the steering wheel and over all interior design.
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Reading the sales brochure I see that the steering wheel, which I like, is exclusive to the Stingray..... I certainly hope eventually they'll offer it in the Malibu.

Seriously, I really like the steering wheel and over all interior design.
Any plans on getting one? You switch cars like Junkman swicthes School Girls.
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Any plans on getting one? You switch cars like Junkman swicthes School Girls.
I would consider it even though I'm not a fan of the two tone rear, tail lights, and narrow rear window..... I'd have to see it in person first. I also would not consider one until they drop all the over MSRP and at MSRP nonsense. I can wait until they start discounting them.
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WOW, Ponch doesn't like getting picked on. He is sensitive about those things. (and you don't have the post count or time required to give shit. ) Then again neither do I at least with Ponch.
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Any plans on getting one? You switch cars like Junkman swicthes School Girls.
Now that might be a bit of exageration.
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Reading the sales brochure I see that the steering wheel, which I like, is exclusive to the Stingray..... I certainly hope eventually they'll offer it in the Malibu.

Seriously, I really like the steering wheel and over all interior design.
The steering wheel seems to be referencing the stingray silhouette in its profile. Perhaps this is why the wheel will be unique to this version of the car.
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Now that might be a bit of exageration.
Do you care to share who is more apt to change more frequently?
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Do you care to share who is more apt to change more frequently?
Based on what I've seen around here, Junk tends to swap out for a newer model at least weekly on average.
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Based on what I've seen around here, Junk tends to swap out for a newer model at least weekly on average
You're not calling my fellow former Marine a "Dog", are you? Maybe a Devil Dog but a plain ole' dog?
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You're not calling my fellow former Marine a "Dog", are you? Maybe a Devil Dog but a plain ole' dog?
No name calling here.

just saying...
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You're not calling my fellow former Marine a "Dog", are you? Maybe a Devil Dog but a plain ole' dog?
I'd go with "huntin' dog". One minute he's doing a DIY video and then "squirrel" and he's gone!
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I'd go with "huntin' dog". One minute he's doing a DIY video and then "squirrel" and he's gone!
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It takes a while to trickle into the parts bin! Though I read that this is the smallest wheel GM has made. That means it will fit perfect in the spark right?
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