No 20's for me. I'm already wary of the fact that the SS has 19's. They look great, but they can really deteriorate the ride quality over something smaller and with a little more sidewall.I doubt it. But I do know one of the guys on gminsidenews is working for a company bringing in Australian wheels to the US.
I believe these are some of his range:
really? you are going to convert it to holden?Holden grill and badges, airbag cover, and I bet someone will be able to pull the Holden emblem out of the splash screen!
I actually see it happening the other way around. Europeans turning their Holdens into Chevy's.really? you are going to convert it to holden?
I don't think the holden conversion will really be that popular.
Yea a short shifter would be quite useless since there is no manual trans option.Tints and opticoat on my Chevy SS . Short shifter maybe.
The stock emblem overpowers the front end. That thing looks like it weighs ten pounds to me. Toning it down a little puts the rest of the design in better balance.I like the little photochop of the Chevy badge on the SS being blacked out. That's definitely on my list. Going to do it to the Chevy badge on the trunk as well.
As nice as chrome looks, there's something about a stealthy matte black badge that I like.
A bigger picture of the original posted...
Umm - Europeans do not get Holdens...I actually see it happening the other way around. Europeans turning their Holdens into Chevy's.
If I was them I rather have the Chevy badge just for a much more simplistic look, plus it complements the Chevy SS design better IMO.
That's a silly place to put a country, IMO.Umm - Europeans do not get Holdens...
You do know where Australia is don't you ??