taillights need to be somwhere other drivers can see them... but overall quite a nice design. i like that you included an interior as well as the normal outside views.
Some of the older El Caminos had taillights that low. They were incorperated into the bumper.Originally Posted by RWD60
I like where you're going with this, but the front end doesn't say "GMC" to me. I'd suggest changing the grille/headlights a bit to get more of a family resemblance.
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true, but their bumpers were alot higher up, as most were back then... such as in your sig.Originally Posted by SpeedFever
i'd make the front end a little more aggressive
June 9 2010: I saw the new Buick Regal...and it was beautiful
I would totally go for it. It looks amazing. The interior is perfect, very detailed. I totally love the back too. The tail lights are classics turned modern. The front is pretty nice too, I like the deep rims, the hood scoop, the low chopped roof, the headlight design, and the grille design. The only problem is, the front facia, headlights, and grille section look just a bit flat. Maybe just a little more of a slant on it. But other than that, this car design drives me crazily insane with happieness. I don't think I will sleep tonight. I'm too hyper right now. -Heals
I really like the second exterior and the interior. The first ext's grill is too Audi-esque. Awesome job!
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