I did this chop awhile ago for a contest, it's of a G6, I revisited it today and changed a few things.
Here's the original chop
Beautiful. Awesome look of agressive-ness. Passenger taillight doesn't totally match the angle of the driver side one, but Its still a pretty sweet car. Like the color too.
Nice Job. Not sold on the name, spoiler or taillights, however.
That's awesome, the perfect Trans Am.
I love it! Watchout Crossfire! Just rename it though... Firehawk? Not Firechicken... lol
2016 Audi A3
My Succession of Cars:
1997 Accord Special Edition > 2003 G35 Sedan > 2004 GTO 5.7 > 1991 Buick Park Avenue (debt free!) > 2006 Charger RT > 1995 Pontiac Grand Am V6 (debt free!) > 2005 QSM GTO M6 > 2006 Mercury Milan Premier (debt free!) > 2016 Audi A3
That is a pretty sweet little chop you have going there. As well as being quite aggressive and sporty, it has a feeling of a high-dollar vehicle. Pretty cool.
nice, i really like wut u did with the greenhouse
looks good but i wouldn't slap a Trans Am sticker on it....
looks perfect for a Crossfire killer!
not crazy about the G6's original rear end so you could only do so much but it does look much improved
Firechicken was not meant to be the real name, it was what some people call the Firebird, because the big flaming bird on the hood of the 70's Firebirds looked like a chicken to some people. Maybe it's just around here that we call them Firechickens. I didn't really try to style it after one generation, the tail lights are 60's inspired, spoiler is obviously 4th gen and the side scoops are 70's and 80's inspired. Thanks for all the comments.
(the spell check here is really funny, it trys to change Camaro to Camry but does nothing about Firechicken)
It looks great besides one nitpick: the rear is too short and G6-like for a Trans Am. I'd say stretch it out some...since it's a RWD car, it will need the extra length for the drivetrain. Also, lose the spoiler or tone it down...it detracts from the rest of the design.
Wow...I thought everyone called them (or at least knew that they were called) Firechickens...guess not. Lol, I always hated that name anyways. It'd be cooler if they were nicknamed Phoenixes instead... "Phoenix" is a lot less whimsical than "Firechicken"...
I've heard Screaming Chicken before too.
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