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    Cadillac STC-H

    More details to follow, but here is what I've been working on for a while.


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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    that's really good, can't wait for those details you were talking about

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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    Very nice! I'm currently working on a Cadillac myself, a new STS and an X6 fighter.

    I have a minor complaint though, the car looks a bit narrow, it certainly can use some widening.

    but excellent work!

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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    everything except the name is ok

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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    I would hate to have to look over THOSE fenders while driving
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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    Nice indeed. By the look of it I assume it is Corvette based, in which case wouldn't it be called X something? Like the Corvette based XLR.

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    this is what the solstice/sky should look like. Great job
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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    damn that looks great

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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    Man, that is reallyy incredible! SHould be the next XLR! Love the character line that runs from the side vents up over the back fenders. Really sharp! Great rear end, and double-bubble roof too!
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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    Awesome sketch, but I'd see it as a cheeper replacement for the XLR.

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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    I think it would be very interesting as a Sigma fastback coupe rather than a hatchback.

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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    That is a beautiful looking design! I can't wait to see the finished product!
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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    Gorgeous!

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    Wow! Nice!!!
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    Re: Cadillac STC-H

    Very nice ! Agree it would make a nice XLR replacement.
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