Mark VII inspired Impala

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    Re: Mark VII inspired Impala

    Sweeeeet
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    Re: Mark VII inspired Impala

    Very 300ish. Great stuff.

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    Re: Mark VII inspired Impala

    Wow. We could only hope it ends up like that. Fantastic design.

    Although, it looks more Ford Interceptor inspired, then Mark VII...

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    Re: Mark VII inspired Impala

    great looking caddy. impala, i dont know, it looks to squared off, maybe if it was a bit more rounded out, it might look more like an impala

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    Re: Mark VII inspired Impala

    I like the elongated front end, sweet idea.
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    Re: Mark VII inspired Impala

    The front looks like a '08 CTS and Malibu
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