2010 Chevrolet Camaro Ute

Take a good first look at this car and you may just sit there for a few minutes with absolutely no words. Official Chevrolet Camaros come in the classic coupe and convertible forms, but unofficially things can get a little, shall we say, eccentric. For example, some tuners feel that a car should be taken to that next level just on the other side of normalcy. A coupe and convertible Camaro? Boring! How about a completely inappropriate muscle car turned truck? Apparently, that’s what Luke Bromidge from Victoria thinks is fitting of a vehicle tuned to look like a classic and beautiful Chevrolet Camaro and pick-up truck. All around the world muscle cars are weeping over their fallen brethren.

While we never imagined something like this was even possible, Luke Bromidge from Victoria has spent moths in customizing a front end that will transform any Holden VE Commodore into a Camaro . While we admit the VE Commodore owners will be very happy with the new and more aggressive look, we really can’t imagine what a Camaro owner will think when it sees something that is supposed to be a muscle car carrying all kinds of cargo in its newly opened rear trunk.

The worst part of this whole conversion is that it is extremely simple. All Bromidge has to do is take the front end kit, install it, and paint it. Ta-da! Did anyone order a Camaro pick-up?


11 comments:

Well, its not a big deal afterall. There is no hurt in trying..and the final product was good and stylish though I find the color in the bonnet irrelevant it actually reminds me of Audi E-tron.

I think this is much different with Camaro cars for I find it kind of hideous!
I really don’t want to see this muscle holding a golf set! I really can’t believe that they made such production.

There’s little more to be said than the Camaro is back. In a big way. And SS once again truly means Super Sport.

At 13.0 seconds at 110.9 mph, the Camaro SS is far and away the fleetest, smacking down the quarter-mile a half-second quicker than the next-quickest Mustang and nearly a full second quicker than the Challenger.

The SEMA award allows us to celebrate the outstanding vehicles and trends in the specialty-parts industry," said Chris Kersting, SEMA president and CEO, in a statement on Tuesday. "We will be able to tap into the exhibitors’ unique ability to identify what’s hot, just as the trends are gaining momentum."

SEMA has nothing to do with exotics. I believe "hot" in the scope of this article has to do with the aftermarket community and the amount/quality/range of customized vehicles based on the stock automobiles

Considering most SS owners worth their 22-inchers already have Chevy badges on their Commodore, this would seem a logical choice. And fully sick.

What was once going to be the stillborn Pontiac G8 ST here in States, the Holden Commodore Ute is just another vehicle from Australia that makes many Yanks jealous

impressive, a muscle car that has a capability of a pick up truck. another great car to be Pimped.

Yeah its pretty cool, its the modern muscle pickup!

What’s so wrong with muscle car/truck hybrids? Have you forgotten about the El Camino? The El Camino was an awesome car, and that was a Chevelle turned into a pick-up.

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