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    Buick Skylark

    So it's been awhile since I photoshopped it up... first off, I like Buick's new styling direction... but i love the 50's models, plus I had to redeam the skylark from the 1993-1998 models:



    it's modeled after a 1953/1954 Buick Skylark
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    Re: Buick Skylark

    Send that to Mitsuoka

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    Re: Buick Skylark

    It looks good from the portholes back. Nice job though.
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    Re: Buick Skylark

    Quote Originally Posted by mrmemo
    It looks good from the portholes back. Nice job though.
    I agree.
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    Re: Buick Skylark

    It looks good behind the headlights; the bumper doesn't work.

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    Re: Buick Skylark

    I'd love it if Buick aimed their styling and design in the direction of the 50's era styling. Its class and appeals to Buicks largest market. Theres no shame in Buick being favored by the elderly...and even some youngin's like myself
    would love that look to come back. Great work. The bumper is a bit too fierce..but thats alright..kinda bumper that makes an accidental crash into a toyota not so accidental ha

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    Re: Buick Skylark

    Quote Originally Posted by Bravada
    Send that to Mitsuoka

    That's what I thought! I really like that, FearTheDodo. Excellent design, and I love your base car.

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