CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    good scetch!!!

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    What's wrong with the rear, I kind've like it.
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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    That is a van that really catches my attention. I love it as a Chevy Lambda based vehicle.




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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    yea, the rear is a bit odd. it looks like an aveo caliber fighter

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    Nice looking, don't call it the APV though, that bring back the horrible dustbuster vans.
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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    Very cool. I would change the side marker light, it doesn't look right on there. The dash is perfect!

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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    Nice drawing but I'm not really a fan of the car at all.
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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    new uplander? the front is reminiscent of teh captiva/s3x.

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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    Very nice! I wish I could draw like that!

    This might be Chevrolet's version of the Zafira to replace the dreadful Rezzo/Tacuma.

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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    I acutally like the rear. Overall, that's a minivan I wouldn't mind owning. I think the "I stole these guages from the Camaro concept" look for the IP is cool.

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    Man! You draw really good. I like that design. Keep up the good work.

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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    Looks great, I like the design alot..better then the Uplander with a landslide...I agree about not calling it a APV..it reminds me of the Isuzu MPV...but all together, great sketch.

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    Re: CHEVY APV...please disregard the rear, not what I like.

    i know you said to disregard it, but hte rear really reminds me of the volvo XC90 suv.

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