its real nice just a little too long i think
Reminds me of a caddy.
shorten the front and rear overhangs, cut a little bit out of the middle, and incorporate some modern headlights and you may have a winner
That's awesome as an Impala, but not a Camaro.
God Bless the Blue Bullet.
I have to agree with the others here. Take a mile out of the wheelbase and you're in Camaro territory.
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1995 Buick Park Avenue "Big Red"
1996 Ford Ranger "Patton"
1992 Chevrolet Beretta "The Green Lemon"
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Great another 68 Camaro...wooooooooo
Current line up:
1987 Buick Regal S/W
1987 Pontiac Trans AM
1991 Pontiac Firebird Formula
1998 Ford Windstar
1998 Subaru Impreza Wagon
1998 Chevy Camaro Z-28
2004 Chevorlet Trailblazer
And further down the road: 2k4 Cadillac CTS V.
Those gone but not forgotten:
1991 Ford TaurusHidden Content
1993 Chevy LuminaHidden Content
meh, it was worth a try
Actually, don't listen to everyone else (that's my life's motto anyhow) but if you reduce the size of the rear seats, extend the door line rearward a bit, and move the rear of the trunk forward on the car...and you might just have it.
You've got a great angle working there and the details are great. Just a couple quick fixes on perspective and I bet you'll have it.
looks like a low rider
2002 volvo s-80
more looks like a old caddy convertible than a muscle car, nice first attempt but wrong name of picture for the drawing tryin eldorado convertible with a muscle car nose
Good drawing, just rename it. It's more of a old-style Malibu than a Camaro due to size.
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1997 Accord Special Edition > 2003 G35 Sedan > 2004 GTO 5.7 > 1991 Buick Park Avenue (debt free!) > 2006 Charger RT > 1995 Pontiac Grand Am V6 (debt free!) > QSM GTO
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