ooo, i like. looks like the camaro's younger brother
I'm all for Retro design, and you obviously have great drawing skills, but I don't see the Nova? Regardless, I like it a lot, its sweet looking, retro or not.
As usual, your sketch kicks @ss!
I LOVE it as well! But I don't see the "Nova" either.. Personally, I think a 1968-1972 Chevy Nova SS would look GREAT with the new Chevy front-end styling. I think you can mix it in there somehow.. Why not give that a try?
Otherwise, this design is very, very nice...
you shouldve designed the torana
Oh yes this is at least in the top 700 of your drawings.
The new Taglane
Looks like a great future design of the Camaro. I like it alot!!
i see a little 2nd gen corvair in the front fascia and headlights. since chevy made the nova at the same time, i say it works!
the flow of the design is great. the execution , well, beautiful.
i am going to work on emulating your clean line work. if you see my drawings improve, you know i owe you a debt of gratitude. you are a great inspiration, torred.
I am getting a strong fourth-generation (1975 - 1979) Nova vibe from this design, although it looks so much better than that said car.
Looks nice. More like a late 90's Nissan Z car though on the sides.
No ...I do not see NOVA in this at all. Refer to your classic Nova designs and then I think you can come up with sometjing that fits the bill.
I like it, though like others here, I don't see any Nova cues from past Novas.
The rear made me think of the Delorean & then a 2nd Gen VW Scirrocco.
Perhaps an Isuzu Impulse(1st gen).
IF It's A Chevrolet & RWD, Don't ride in it!!!
ALL Chevy's NEED to be FWD/F-AWD!!!
If it's a Toyota/Lexus/Scion, Don't ride in/drive it!!
The only reason I called this a Nova was because it seemed short to me and growing up with one, they seemed short. I had no intention of following any design cues from the Nova line. Now on to a C7 Corvette that moves past today's look. I challenge everyone to sketch one!
P.S. Thanks for all the compliments!!
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