hmm-- looks nice-- and could be a practical feature. The regular Nomad was leaving me with a claustophobic feeling-- more doors helps.
yeah, looks pretty cool...i like both models quite well though.
Nice I like what u did with the car. You extended it and added practicality without messin up the looks.
Plus the Nomad is sweet anyway!!
Thanks! I actually didn't extend it. It's the same length, and same wheelbase as before. I made the front door smaller.
Nice idea - even if there are no back seats to speak of (are there any in the Nomad concept?)-- it's convenient just to be able to put stuff in your cargo area that way. Folding the seats forward is no fun.
Maybe they could have little extended cab type truck-like seats in there that fold down into the cargo floor but you could use if needed for a quick jaunt down to the restaurant with your buddies during a lunch break.
I like! The extra doors make it look alot better, and moving the emblem makes it so it doesnt look like its smiling but I did like the original rims. Good job Rex!
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Yeah I liked the original rims as well, but these arent bad either...I like the grille work and the doors, nice job Rex!
Actually I believe there are 4 seats. They stretched the frame for the Saturn and Chevy concepts.Originally posted by Ming@Jan 7 2004, 03:41 AM
Nice idea - even if there are no back seats to speak of (are there any in the Nomad concept.
Yup, four seats and this variation(really meaning just the quad doors) is def. more appealing and the other chopped changes lend themselves well too.
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This really works. I have not cared for that mini door look on any car I have seen it on but it really works on the Nomad. Man I hope Chevy builds this car.
That's nice. I'd take one either way but I could justify a 2+2 better (with a wife and two kids).
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