I like it. It has a clean, understated presence to it which is unmistakably Holden-derived but yet it still remains to be a Buick. Nice job Joe.
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I'd buy it tomorrow if it was available. Looks great
good chop but not enough buick...
maybe change up the headlights further
I was thinking the same thing. Give it Lucerne headlights and a toned-down Enclave interior, and you will have Gen X all over Buick.
thats the direction buick needs to move in if they want to attract buyers under 60. nice work!
ya very clean work!
Only one small minor detail - you forgot to move the steering wheel. It's till RHD - maybe use this to relaunch Buick in an RHD country, like South Africa?
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Great, except for the grille. I don't know, just looks a litle odd. Maybe clean that up a little!
i dont see it
not really a big fan... too much of a holden
Last edited by rubberman; 12-15-2006 at 09:35 PM.
I am not a HUGE fan, but it's a great start. This begs for some tweaking of the roofline behind the B-pillar.
Good work, but there is TOO much Holden in that chop of a Buick. YUCK!
It needs Buick skin!
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!!
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