2010 Chevrolet 9C1 (Caprice)

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    2010 Chevrolet 9C1 (Caprice)

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    I draw the rear end a few days later than the front end, so it doesn't match the one that i draw in first drawing. It's a replacement for the 1991-96 Caprice and the B-body cars of the early 1990's:


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    Re: 2010 Chevrolet 9C1 (Caprice)

    I don't like to criticize. So I'll start by saying I like your work, the style is cool.

    But from a real world design standpoint, low lift-over trunks make it a lot easier to get cargo in/out. It's been a while since we've seen fillers in the rear. I wonder how they would do today in crash tests? I'll tell you this though, I can definitely appreciate a rear filler because it allows easy use of what-ever gas pump is available (left or right). And I also like the fueling point at that level......when I fill my Cadillac (behind plate), it's so low that I am forced to bend over, or squat.........it's hard to look cool like that! lol
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