Chevy Nomad Facelift

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    Firebird Concept (the turbine one) Premium Member Rex Raider's Avatar
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    Some have argued the new Nomad concept has no "Chevy" in it.

    So, here's a little update.


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    well it lends itself to the theme more

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    marginally better than the nomad concept. :huh:

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    hm-- as always you have done an awesome job Rex- but I'm just not happy with it. I'm not big on the concept to begin with, but I think I like the original grille better. The Chevy chrome bar is overdone... I was much happier with the look on cars when they were more in the style of the Impala. But anyway- that's another story.

    Do you think you could take a crack at the taillights on the concept?

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    What would you like done to them?

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    Originally posted by Rex Raider@Jan 4 2004, 10:55 PM
    What would you like done to them?
    Oh- I dunno-- smaller-- and just-- different. But don't worry about it. You have been getting so many requests lately, and I know how busy January is anyway.

    BTW- I want to commend you on how amiable you have been as of late. You weren't unfriendly before, but lately it seems as if you are going out of your way to be extra friendly. Maybe I was wrong about Canada spawning only mean, crazy people.

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    I'm only nice, cuz no one has ticked me off lately.
    Then again maybe it's Sars. *cough*

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    The Nomad concept looks like it has braces on, now it looks like it has headgear!

    Nice looking car though, teeth problem and all.

    ****, I'd take one regardless of which.

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