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    Chevy Wind

    This ones definately my favorite.

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    Re: Chevy Wind

    Looks like a stretched BMW Z3.

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    Re: Chevy Wind

    nice stuff, break wind

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    Re: Chevy Wind

    chevy kappa, no doubt. i like it, but the taillights are MASSIVE.

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    Re: Chevy Wind

    Great until you get to the 1/4 panel.
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    Re: Chevy Wind

    Pretty cool, though the entire rear-end seems to be tail-light. That would really suck in even a minor accident.
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    Re: Chevy Wind

    TVR is the rear end.

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    Re: Chevy Wind

    i dont like the door handles and the tailights, but otherwise its nice.

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    Re: Chevy Wind

    I like the front, but I think the rear needs a little bit more of a curvy, larger "hip"... I think that's what I don't like about the rear...
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    Re: Chevy Wind

    Nice attempt. What kind of 2 door convert is this? Some basic tips for drawing cars- most 2 door convt- have a 2 and a 1/2 wheel spacing as a wheel base. Draw your front wheel then using the same diameter circle for your front wheel measure 2.5 wheels then draw your rear wheel. This make's the car more proportional. Good work though.

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