Last edited by Jono; 01-03-2006 at 05:34 PM.
Too much Aveo.
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Thats because it was for the Aveo Contest.Originally Posted by CRBoyd91
As an Aveo coupe, it looks pretty good. Not a Malibu though.
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Last edited by Jono; 01-03-2006 at 06:03 PM.
How about the Maliveo or the Avelibu or the Available! An American Revolution.
Wow! Excellent job. It looks great as a coupe and I love the color.
The Aveo "look" translates very nicely into larger cars.
Too bad the Malibu does not have that front end.
I didn't realize how much I liked the frontend of the Aveo!! That face looks good on a car that has wheels that are proportional.
I don't care what it is, it's hot!
Thanks for the comments
Thats the point I was trying to make by posting the chop, when I first saw the Aveo pics I thought it had some good styling features but it just wasn't proportioned right. I think if the Malibu and Impala shared some of the ideas from the Aveo they'd be much better looking. Why does the Aveo get the muscular fender flares and aggressive looking front end and the Impala just looks plain and wimpy?Originally Posted by atomicshark
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