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    Chaseabryant's ElCamino

    Here is my first submission, I will be trying to render it in more of a 3-D view later on, but right now I wanted to share the side view I have done. Like I've said, it is not nearly finished but I thought it was finished enough to give a sneak-peek.

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    Re: Chaseabryant's ElCamino

    Interesting, but I think it needs more headroom.

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    Psshhh! Headroom? Who needs that! (Just Kidding) I'll just use the excuse that Chrysler uses on the 300C, It just has high door panels . (I'll see if I can play with the headroom issue)

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    Re: Chaseabryant's ElCamino

    Intrigueing

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    Wow! The front and rear ends make me think 'Caddy'! The roofline is really nice, if not a bit impractical.
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    Re: Chaseabryant's ElCamino

    Allright, It has taken me a little while to get some time to sit down and start on the other views of the El Camino, and I have started with this image. I still have to bring it in to illustrator but it is a start, I would also like comments before I bring it into illustrator so that I might make changes on paper instead of on the computer.



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