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    Pontiac Wicked

    I've been toying with a hot rod sports coupe based on the HHR for sometime now and with the recent news of Pontiac kicking out a Cobalt based sport coupe... i figured, what the hell

    Here she is, the Pontiac Wicked:


    i wanted her in yellow(in american graffiti tradition), but was tired of workin on it for one day
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    Re: Pontiac Wicked

    Wow. Looks really neat. Love the back. Reminds me of an old '30s car with a rubmler seat. Grille could use some work. Good job.

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    Re: Pontiac Wicked

    beside the fact that the grille looks like chrome ass-cheeks, it's good. not very pontiac-looking though.

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    Re: Pontiac Wicked

    Quote Originally Posted by heals120
    Wow. Looks really neat. Love the back. Reminds me of an old '30s car with a rubmler seat. Grille could use some work. Good job.
    yeah, i've attempted that **************** grill so many times... it's a hard one to get
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    Re: Pontiac Wicked

    Quote Originally Posted by camaroman22
    beside the fact that the grille looks like chrome ass-cheeks...
    different strokes for different folks I guess, I for one like chrome ass-cheeks
    The chop itself is good, though it looks too much like an HHR
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    Re: Pontiac Wicked

    Great chop, horrible car. At least for a Pontiac.
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    Re: Pontiac Wicked

    great man.if it had a bed it it would be cool. it is a modern hotrod.

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