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Old 09-11-2001, 06:20 PM   #1
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Opel Omega 3000 in Ontario!

One of the local used car lots has, sitting in the back in rough shape, a 1990 or so Opel Omega 3000. Apparently it was brought here for some test or something, and it's the only one in North America. Pretty cool, I'm gonna go back and find out more about it later.
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An Oméga in the USA.... is it homologated ?
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Old 07-19-2003, 01:23 AM   #3
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An Oméga in the USA.... is it homologated ?

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I really wish these cars were imported into the US...there are so many European cars that are so bad @$$ that just aren't "easily" available here in the states...
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Cadillac Catera

All the Omega is is A boring Catera. The Caddy Catera is sooo much better than our english Omega.
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Re: Cadillac Catera

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The Caddy Catera is sooo much better than our english Omega.
Why, what makes you say that, I had a 'boring' omega for six years and was only beaten in a drag by one car in all that time and it was also made in Germany but had 911 in the title.It was the best car i've had in 23 years of car ownership until my current car which is another 'boring' car this time a Signum.

Evidence please!!!!!!!!!!
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