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    another chop for me. i made it dark cuz its not 100% done and it hides a few errors. if u like it dark ill keep it, otherwise ill make a lighter one later.

    ***EDIT*** made a brighter version




    its got stuff from a Tahoe, an HHR and an Equinox
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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan

    Pretty nice...but can you make the background a little lighter?
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    Looks good. I can see all 3 models in it...well done chop.

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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan

    Nicely done, but doesn't look van like at all. I guess that's the problem with using 3 SUVs. (HHR is more SUV than van)

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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan

    I don't have that feeling, to me it looks like a retro van, a concept that I like. I have problems, however, with the xtra-long rear door. Besides, are you sure the sliding doors will manage to pass the fender bulge?

    Frankly speaking, I would also prefer a HHR-like front, but then we would just get a Big Brother to HHR - a very good idea to replace the CSVs with one, but it doesn't require chopping

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    Can you turn the SUN back on please ?...LOL. It looks real good, personally I would like to see the windshield moved forward some more to express a more minivan character, but your on to a unique look there. Again, another very nice unfinished picture. Hmmm.

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    I kinda like it.

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    Very nice, camaro chris. Me likey!

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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan (bright)

    alright i made a brighter version and i figured what the heck why not make it red?

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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan (bright)

    looks a lot better than the one they have now.

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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan (bright)

    very nice, though the side could use something to break the expanse of sheet metal.

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    AHHH, I SEE !....said the bilnd man to the deaf one. Very, very nice, I likes it.

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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan (bright)

    The only thing wrong I can see is the left mirror looks kinda crumpled. It still looks like an suv, I don't know how to change it. Good Job.

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    Re: Chevrolet Minivan (bright)

    When the HHR needs some freshing up this would be great route. I thought I wanted a hhr van, but I don't know now.

    Of course, a retro van would look like a loaf of bread with a round tinted window in the back.
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