Don’t immagine that the Camaro is only popular in America, as the vehicle is also praised in Europe and Australia. Today, we are going to show an example that demosntrates Australians’ love for the mean vehicle.
In spite of the appearances, the vehicle you see in the adjacent images is not a Chevrolet Camaro. The car has been built using a Holden VE Commodore Ute as a base. The vehicle was fitted with a Camaro front end, with the job being handled by Luke Brombridge from Victoria.
The project, which uses the SS Ute name, has been expanded and now Luke is ready to offer any enthusiast the chance to ransform his Holden into a Camaro. This means that if you wish, you’ll receive a Camaro front end, which will be installed and then your vehicle will be painted in a color scheme of your choice.
As you can see, Luke’s ride uses a set of custom multi-spoke rims that offer it a more aggressive appearance.
This can be considered as some sort of far relative to the Camaro. We are talkning about a vehicle that comes with a totally different set of qualities but offers close set of visual assets. We can only be happy that the creation has been brought to the world. After all, as long as certain borders aren’t crossed, diversity can only be a good thing.