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The best tactic I've found for removing that sort of thing is to take waxed dental floss and saw through the foam tape on the back.Be careful if you try to remove it. That pressure sensitive tape sticks really good. A warmup with a hairdryer or heat gun on low will make it a lot easier to get off. If you have to pry on it, use a plastic panel tool.
Right, it could be a rare COPO Volt from Yenko.I would check under the hood first. You might have a one off turbo kit. If not, the previous owner was a poser, or just lame.
That’s not posing. That’s a legit correction.I'm kind of a poser (but not really). I wondered why Chevrolet did not add a Premier emblem to the rear deck of the Volt Premier. So I purchased an Impala Premier emblem and added it in the place where I calculated it should have been placed had it had one. Looks totally stock and legit, but poser-ish none the least.
Anyone know why GM decided against adding the Premier emblem to the Volt considering every other Premier model carries one? It can't be a weight saving measure considering the emblem is plastic and weighs less than air. lol
I figured that if I had to pay a premier price for my Premier Volt, then my neighbor should know about it, right? Gotta show off your place at the top 8%! LOL
I have some GM OEM 427 tags, they are still official parts, so perhaps 396 is avail too. 396 tags would probably be close to accurate, 396 Volt.That’s not posing. That’s a legit correction.
I still want to see someone take the 300 badge for a Chrysler and mount it in front of the Volt badge. 300 Volt. Awesome!
I vote we keep it the way it is now.In my opinion, the Bolt should be called the Volt, and the Volt should have been called something else. Like maybe Twin Drive. Or Duel Drive. Or the Cruze Hybrid, or Plug-in Hybrid.