Awesome Grand Prix wagon

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    Firebird Concept (the turbine one) Premium Member Rex Raider's Avatar
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    As much as I wish, this is not my work.

    This is one of the coolest things I have seen in a long long time.




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    DAMN! Concept aside, I am having trouble seeing the chop. I haven't tried using an image manipulation program to check it yet but that is a pretty good chop.

    I like the concept too, esp. if it would be RWD/AWD.
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    That is one of the best chops I have EVER seen!

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    maybe it's not a chop? LMAO maybe in my dream....IMO that's a great chop...cudos to whoever did it

    If you look right about the top of the doors and near the wipers you can see the chop....but barely....I think whoever did it grafted on the rear section from a caravan....and the wiper is from a bimmer...I think....

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    To my knowledge the rear glass, roof and wiper are all from the Infiniti Fx45.

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    Wow! That is an awesome job! It looks totally production-ready and like an actual vehicle. I think something like that with v8 and RWD would give the upcoming Dodge Magnum wagon some stiff competition. The only thing I would change is the sheetmetal "lip" where the glass and the hatch come together. Other than that, kudos to the artist.

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    this thing looks way better than the actual grand prix. i think it's a brilliant idea.

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    Whoa that's awesome. i think its a great idea too, even if it's fwd. (be better with RWD tho)

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    Wicked Sick!

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    Sweet! I wish it would lose the luggage rack on top, though. It would look sportier without it.

    AWD and the V8 would be great.

    That is frickin unreal for a chop. It looks like a GM concept.

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