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    G6 -t

    well, since everybody else is doing chevy elcamino's, i thought i would put together a quick n dirty pontiac stablemate to a malibu-based camino - the "G Whiz"

    yeah, the name sucks. i know. maybe its a G5... who knows. who cares. its the G Whiz! (edit: now its the G6-t. see bottom)

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    Re: G Whiz

    My favoritre so far. Excellent job. This is a car I would want to see for real.

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    Re: G Whiz

    my only problem with it is that it would be FWD. but the chop is very clean. great work!

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    Re: G Whiz

    Kinda Rampage-ish, but good start.

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    Re: G Whiz

    Looks good. Only the name needs work. (and you can see the rear passenger door on the driver's side)

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    Re: G Whiz

    Omg That Is Frikkin Awesome!!!!!!
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    Re: G Whiz

    Goooood Job!

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    Re: G Whiz

    Great job! Love what you did with the B-pillar!

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    Re: G Whiz

    Very clean! I almost like that better then the regular coupe.
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    Re: G Whiz

    wow, thats aweomse. good job

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    Re: G Whiz

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    Looks good. Only the name needs work. (and you can see the rear passenger door on the driver's side)
    no you can't - i started with the coupe.

    what you can see is the fact that i didnt do anything with the through-glass image, and as such the slant of the roof and rear side window are both visible.

    but no doors

    have no fear that it will be updated to improve on such hastily ignored details.

    and i'm very willing to accept naming suggestions!

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    Re: G Whiz

    well, my naming abilities are horrid. its been renamed the G6-t, as its about the only thing i can come up with, and alpha-numerics are typically safe.

    so, here's my update!



    i lengthened the WB a bit, and tossed in a slightly longer rear overhang, to give it a better bed out back. otherwise, its pretty much the same. oh, i also meshed in the lower fascia. i was considering tossing in some bigger fog lights, but, with the weekend coming, i'm all outta time! besides, i rather like it as is, if i do say so.

    sorry for not changing out the wheels or anything, but i like the stock rims, and much larger rims would seriously kill any functionality.

    enjoy. and have a good wekend, y'all!

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    Re: G6 -t

    i like the original better
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    Re: G6 -t

    Quote Originally Posted by princecharmless
    i like the original better
    I agree with Prince.

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    Re: G6 -t

    the second one is tooooooooooooo large, so keep the first version, I love it and i don´t care about the name or it is FWD or the color I like because the car look good on every detail.

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