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    Crown Vic Cop car

    much better this time:


    no longer a cop car tho.
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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    The front 1/2 of the car looks fine. The rear seat and trunk certainly need to be longer for police service and the rear end does screw up the perspective. The lightbar also looks funny. Overall, a 7. It has potential. Try it again!

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    I think that if you changed out that grille it'd be a lot better. The grille just ends and then there's a big black void under it, it looks weird.
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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    meh, screw it, I'm pulling this one off the air.

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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    Haha you pulled out...


    it could've been FIXED! Ah well
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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    Quote Originally Posted by rmodys
    Haha you pulled out...


    it could've been FIXED! Ah well
    ok ok, I FIXED it, i think...

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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    Now I could dig this. I don't see a line where the windshield ends and the roof begins. Is this one of those giant curved windshields?

    small issue: The trunk still looks small but this is a far more clean and elegant design than the last one.

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    The grille makes it look kind of like a beaver whose front teeth fused together and then the black void directly under the grille doesn't help.
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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    I didn't see the first attempt but I like this, and no I don't see a beavers teeth for the grille.

    I think the grille being chromed, which I assume it is, as Ford has that as it's new family face, it will look fine. I like the coke bottle form down the side with the 'hip' crease-line in the doors, but without actually coke bottling the shape - keeping a more modern profile.

    For a mainstream car which also has conservative roles, this I think is an ideal blend of modern balanced automotive design. It looks good, modern and crisp and it will offend few.



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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    Looks nice, but the old people would revolt and Ford would go bankrupt if they built that!

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    Re: Crown Vic Cop car

    wow, that is very good looking

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    That's beautiful, Burnsy. First rate.

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