in the words of that song that Andy Sanderg sang on SNL, I think I just J#@!$ in my pants.
please for the love of GOD get a job with GM. that looks fan-freakin-tastic!!! I would buy one in a heart beat. This should be the solstice if they dont call it the Fiero
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No. No one said Fiero.....
But I will surely welcome it!!!! Looks fantastic. GM sucks for not hiring you yet.
Don't hate. Appreciate.
nice. i like the detailing of the wheels.
the flow from front to rear is great as well.
is this a first shot, or an overlay?
oh , by the way- is the door made out of space age superlight material?
it looks about 4 feet long heheh
This is fantastic, TorRed.
I would like to see one that is a slight evolution of the original w/rounded(on top) flared fenders/etc.
Also having at least 2-3 angles of it(side profile & both a 3/4 angle of the front & rear).
Is this challenge enough for you?
IF It's A Chevrolet & RWD, Don't ride in it!!!
ALL Chevy's NEED to be FWD/F-AWD!!!
If it's a Toyota/Lexus/Scion, Don't ride in/drive it!!
I love it! Use the Cruze platform, but backwards. There you go, a parts-bin niche car.
Funny you should mention Fiero. I was just watching Ferris Bueller's Day Off yesterday.
Looks Hot. Nice job. Why this is not out there is beyond me.
I don't go fishing, I go fish sticking. How do you think we get the fish sticks?
I am loving this! The buttresses are awesome, are yours completely attached, or are they semi-attached, ala The Ferrari 599?
Also, on the rear decklid, is the ovular opening for engine ventilation? or is it an incorporated spoiler?
The overall shape is fantastic, and flows beautifully.
It somewhat reminds me of a modern VW Corrado, but takes the route that I wish that Pontiac would take (less angular, softer, more classic lines)
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interesting take on the design... with a little throwback for good measure
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