Anatomy of a Chop

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    This is an animated GIF of the Dream Cruise GTO getting recolored and modified with a new nose and glass roof.

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    Cool - nice to see the chop in action like that.

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    Nicely done

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    Here is the Grand prix turning into a Cutlass Supreme. It's about 150 kb. If the animation is slowing to a crawl on your IE then hit the X icon in your toolbar or press the escape key to halt it.

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    Very well done, and creative.
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    That's really cool. I don't like the final touch on the GTO though. The sort of glow effect. Besides that I think it's cool to see a chop in action.

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    Amark, the diffuse glow is a stylistic effect on the picture in general. With or without it the car is the same.

    Here's what the 2006 GTO might look like if it took some cues from the concept.

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