>>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personnel-Carrier" by GMC/Hummer <<<<<

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    >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personnel-Carrier" by GMC/Hummer <<<<<

    Here's another concept from me,
    v8 powered.
    remember its only a Van...
    made by either GMC of less likely HUMMER.

    sucide doors at back.
    hope you like it...


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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    Hummer meets Escalade, but I'm disappointed.

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<


    Wow... now that thing's insane! Kudo's for originality (Hummer minivan??), just don't think I'd be a buyer... lol
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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    This should serve as Command Centre during a nuclear attack or something

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    WOW...and I thought my Chevy Biscayne was out there ! Nice to see I am having an influence here after all...even if it is a BAD influence....LOL !

    DUDE THAT THING IS AWESOME, yes you need to go further away from just the Hummer/Chevy mix, and give it some originality, but YOU can do it !! Show me the front end too !..put'em both together.

    I'm waiting to see your next post. I have a feeling it's gonna "KICK A$$".

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    well, i was thinking of making pretty much the same thing.

    since you beat me to my own idea, i'm just going to have to correct your grammar in retaliation! ha!

    its not personal, but it is personnel.

    also, you should put a slider track.. unless its a suicide door jobber. granted, clearing the rear fender flare isn't going to be easy...

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    As I beleive I don't think hummer should have a minivan, unless it is very masculine and cool as a hummer should be and is. Now this, fits in that category, masculine and cool. I like this. Looks a little odd, but look at the PAD. Good job as always.

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    Quote Originally Posted by MRDETROITMETAL
    WOW...and I thought my Chevy Biscayne was out there ! Nice to see I am having an influence here after all...even if it is a BAD influence....LOL !

    DUDE THAT THING IS AWESOME, yes you need to go further away from just the Hummer/Chevy mix, and give it some originality, but YOU can do it !! Show me the front end too !..put'em both together.

    I'm waiting to see your next post. I have a feeling it's gonna "KICK A$$".
    thanks man,
    I am working on a fresh idea but I'm not sure I'll have it completed on time,
    not even sure I can find any pix to help put it together, I need to learn 3d software to express idea's I often have.


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    Hummer meets Escalade, but I'm disappointed.
    check it out now, made lots of changes, new and improved

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    As I beleive I don't think hummer should have a minivan, unless it is very masculine and cool as a hummer should be and is. Now this, fits in that category, masculine and cool. I like this. Looks a little odd, but look at the PAD. Good job as always.
    thanks man,
    I think the same way, it had to look masculine etc to fit the bill and when I pictured it in my head it looked cool, but to express it in a chop is hard...
    check out my new version, does it still look odd?
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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    Hummer meets Escalade, but I'm disappointed.
    Hahaha...
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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personnel-Carrier" <<<<<

    I'm out on this one. This looks nothing like a van!

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personal-Carrier" <<<<<

    Quote Originally Posted by FBODYRULES
    check out my new version, does it still look odd?
    Yes actually. Thats why I like it. Because its different. It would make a nice Astro platform. I really like it with the hummer side arches. The Escalade 3rd brake light and trim panel look real nice on the back end. Great job!

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personnel-Carrier" <<<<<

    Man, that's insanely cool looking.

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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personnel-Carrier" <<<<<

    Quote Originally Posted by saturnsteve
    I'm out on this one. This looks nothing like a van!
    well thats actually what I wanted with this design, I don't like vans...but I'd drive something that didn't look so vanny.
    it is a van, look at the size of the rims, the distance they are from the windows and how the front window is forward with a very short front, plus the overall height and low ground clearance.compare it to a pic of a normal H3 ...

    anyone else agree with him?
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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personnel-Carrier" <<<<<

    It looks a little out of proportion (the hood and the rest of the car). Also the side windows could be bigger (stretching over the whole vehicle).
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    Re: >>>>> Full-size MiniVan: "THE Personnel-Carrier" <<<<<

    Quote Originally Posted by asim
    Also the side windows could be bigger (stretching over the whole vehicle).
    agreed, a pillarless side would be awesome

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