There's more to making a coupe than erasing the door line.
rex is right, try making the space between the b-pillar and c-pillar a LOT smaller, as well as the space between the door and the rear wheel. oh, and to make the rear wheel/fender look more 'muscular', try copy/pasting the front wheel/fender onto it. also, i think you should at least TRY to make the bumper different, right now the front looks like a G5-style rebadge .
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Front end is pretty cool.
aint this a holden based on a veauxhall vectra?
Hmm..no thats a Holden Caprice/Statesmen that he chopped to be a GTO.
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sorry not a fan
Don't like it. Too bland and not aggressive. It also looks too fat.
You've managed to create a GTO that is more "invisible" (read : boring) than the current one.
First off, why use the Statesman? If a GTO was going to be based on any Zeta vehicle, it's the Commodore or any of the HSV models.
Next, the twin-kidney grille kind of doesn't fit with the rest of the car. Now if you were going a la Vauxhall, then it would make sense.
Finally, it just looks like a 2-door sedan! Make it more of like a fastback and this could be pulled off.
no offence but i don't really like it. you just took a holden hsv statesman, made it a coupe and put a pontiac badge.
Last edited by rubberman; 12-15-2006 at 02:13 AM.
Actually I think he put a Torrent front on it. Either way, it's just so wrong in so many ways.Originally Posted by rubberman
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