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    Can anyone think of anythin else to do to this. Im kinda out of ideas. thanks


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    Re: Chevy HHR

    The design's pretty good, though the chop itself is too bright.
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    sorry i always forget to darken them...here you are


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    The darker one still isn't dark but it looks good.
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    ok sorry i can't tell so it's kinda just like a guessing game for me. But does anyone have any suggestions for modifications i can make on it...maybe??



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    Good job. Don't forget that crappy little silver corporate "GM" badge that goes on all their products now. LOL

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    Re: Chevy HHR

    looks good and i think the hhr is going to be a big hit bigger than the pt cruser.

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    Re: Chevy HHR

    Great chop! I'd bring back the door handles and something for opening the trunk in the 50s style. I have no problem with the brightness of the first picture - it's a peach and white car, these colors ARE bright!

    And how about small quad-coupe-type suicide doors for a 4/5-seater version?

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    Re: Chevy HHR

    Quote Originally Posted by Bravada
    Great chop! I'd bring back the door handles and something for opening the trunk in the 50s style. I have no problem with the brightness of the first picture - it's a peach and white car, these colors ARE bright!

    And how about small quad-coupe-type suicide doors for a 4/5-seater version?
    haha ok i'll put door handles on it..there never was any on it in the first place....do you have a tutorial for adding another dorr or for suicide doors...im still kinda new at it and i don't know how to do alot...thanks

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    Okay, so door handles and also fix those exhaust pipes, I'm not a fan.
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    Re: Chevy HHR

    I changed a couple of things around..... crome stripes on back doors, emblem, rims and got rid of the exaust ....



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    Looks pretty good. I like the color scheme. Those rims are alot better. Are you workin on that Sube at all?

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    Re: Chevy HHR

    Keep the new rims, but put back the silver chrome and the exhaust. WIthout those things, its very plain.
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    Re: Chevy HHR

    I agree for the most part - looks "bald". But I'd put the old rims back too - they fit in with the 50s theme more naturally.

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    Re: Chevy HHR

    put the exhaust pipes back on

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