Peugeot 807 (808?)

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    Peugeot 807 (808?)

    I drew a reproduction of a doodle, except, the drawing is a bit more elegant.

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    Photobucket changed their size editing around, now everything of mine is too big, or too small..............

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    Re: Peugeot 807 (808?)

    i love this idea, and love the front grill, also the sucide doors nice
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    Re: Peugeot 807 (808?)

    Actually, It's a Minivan.

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    Re: Peugeot 807 (808?)

    Wow, see, your work is paying off now! Very interesting minivan, and while the design isn't exactly to my liking, I like where you're going with it. And like I said, great job! You're making very marked improvements in your quality now!! KEep it up!
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