Chevrolet is Holden's American Counterpart, and the El Camino was GM's attempt at selling the Ute in the U.S.
I laughed endlessly at the commercials, as well the news.. just did it for me, the VXR reviews were great and LOUD, SIARPC was very nice, Leno is a great guy, Cool Wall..well..the short man got the the tall man, then the tall man gave him the V sing metaforically speaking =)..
And that ending...I felt strange inside, I was touched by it and never before has a car bit touched me..it was absolutely breathtaking.. it was 4 minutes of brilliance and pure car loving emotion..I almost bleedin cried..
The message it delivered..about cars like the Aston being more and more endangered and the sensation of free driving as well with all the hippi junk about being green and needing to be driven in an automatic box made of glass..
And that as a young person frightens me..I see Clarkson and the boys having the time of their lives in cars...I want to do that one day..like them..but that film just made me thnik..what if...that never happens to me..?
Top Gear WILL AND MUST be back for S14, which will probably be a great one..since this was 13 the unlucky one..maybe that is why so many of you didn't like it..
I couldn't stop laughing at the way they pronouced Bathurst on the show. Bathurst edition is also a pretty stupid name for the car considering force induction is banned from v8 super cars.