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    I had this one on the drawing board for a while but finally, today, i decided to get it done and i think it came out to be a pretty cool looking chevy sedan.

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    I think it really looks sharp. I like the grill, the short overhangs, the headlight design and the overall shape. I don't care for the "lawnmower-handle" wing on the back. Please leave that design cue to the tuner crowd.

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    well done. doesn't strike me as an impala (looks kinda small), and would probably look even better as a 2-door. 2006 chevrolet beretta Z26 perhaps?!? you tied it all together well though. hope the spoiler is a delete option though!
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    Looks that Infinti G35 or w/e

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    That's awesome I really like it a lot I just don't like the spoiler. That'd be cool to have a CTS based impala. :P

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    This would make a great Kappa based Chevy. I really like the front end and the overall proportions of your concept. Great job.

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    thanx, i think chevy could really use a compelling mid to large sedan and im going to keep tweaking this one to make it look even sportier, (minus the big spoiler.)

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    Impala?!?!?! :huh: ...How about a SRT-4 fighter.
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    you call that an impala :roflmao:

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    Originally posted by amark329@Aug 5 2004, 09:37 PM
    That's awesome I really like it a lot I just don't like the spoiler. That'd be cool to have a CTS based impala. :P
    since Zeta is based off Sigma, you might be closer then you think.
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    Awesome job. Maybe the Cobalt should have looked like this.
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    That sweet, but it doesn't look like it could be an impala, looks more like a small car like a cobalt.

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    Let me guess...you used a CTS for the sedan, and put in the Nomad grille, and headlights? Very good job otherwise!

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    SWWWWWWWWWWWWWEEEEEEEEEETT Who ever says its not suposed to have the Nomads front end is a retard and doesnt know anything about impala and its history. Thats what the nomad was, a 2door impala station wagon! I like your car. Now we just need a two door SS Impala and the muscle car will be BACK muwahahahahahahaha!!!!!!&# 33;!!

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    Umm... the Nomad was originally a 2 door wagon 210/Belair not an impala. BTW very nice chop. Oh and if you want to get real technical it was before a production model a 1954 proto-type the Corvette Nomad.

    And if you don't believe me there here you go.

    http://www.chevynomadclub.com/CNAHISTORY.html

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