Hope you like!
Hope you like!
Last edited by msabatini; 08-01-2006 at 09:07 PM.
another interesting car. but i like this one
Thanks! LAChevy24 (Hey! Does this mean you don't like ANY of my others?)
Originally Posted by msabatini
i like most of them for the most part. some are a bit out there however. its just a different artstyle then any others. but then again, i tend to like different things
Size seems off. The ****************pit seems too small for the rest of the car, making me think the car is very long, which goes against typical Fiero sizing.
LOL.....that must have a V10 stuffed in the back!!! I like the Lambo doors for sure, but it does hint of the good 'ol Fieros. I tend to agree, that your concepts are "out there".....but if you would have shown me a picture of a real Fiero in 1970...I would have said the same! Keep it up....
You're absolutely right. But having owned (2) Fieros...my favorite being the latter, a 1985 GT, I was always comfortable in the small ****************pit...it was spacious enough, yet held you in. I always wanted to see a longer body, more engine room, and a shorter hood. I was always hoping that the Fiero would remain in production long enough to evolve. For $13,500 back in 1985...it was an incredible car that matched the quality of the day, i believe it even exceeded the Cadillac in quality and craftsmanship.
This is surely a departure from the commuter profile of it's orignal intent. I really feel though...it always wanted to be something more!
I like it!
LOL Rex Raider.....can we say Crockpit?
It seems OK.
I'm not really a fan of the cab-forward design - makes it look a little like a boat.
your best car yet
Thank you FBody! I really enjoyed working on this concept. I really like your Buick as well. I can see that so well in production. Is BIG BROTHER taking notes. I don't know how you feel. But I have seen some concepts that surpass auto show offerings!. It boggles my mind!
I'm liking it too. Kinda like an extreme Fiero.
Thanks! and how are things abroad? I have always thought it would be fun to have a contest with a Renault. They use to be very popular in the U.S. in the 'seventies... then...no more. My sister had Renault 10 I believe..with push buttons instead of a shifter for gear selection. We use to go to the beach in it alll the time. It was so fun!
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