Nissan 180SX & Aston Martin Etalage

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    Re: Nissan 180SX & Aston Martin Etalage

    The Nissan would look right in their current lineup

    I like the Aston though
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    Re: Nissan 180SX & Aston Martin Etalage

    sorry the nissan doesn't deserve the name 180SX, it just looks all wrong.

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    Re: Nissan 180SX & Aston Martin Etalage

    You do have some very interesting elements working on the Nissan, I'm not 100% that they work together, but you do have some neat ideas in there.

    The Aston on the other hand: Yes Please! I can't tell you how much I love wagons that don't have the most usable hatches. Form over function in this case, and I love it!

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