Saab Chop

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    Saab Chop

    The car started as a 4 door sedan, I made it a 2 door coupe and added some other very minor changes.

    It's a little too low in the front, but I've deleted the PSD file and can't fix it. The main thing about this chop is the conversion.


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    Re: Saab Chop

    Why Must the wheels be inside like it just served a rice bowl????

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    Re: Saab Chop

    its way to low and you deleted a door! other than that it looks like a good chop with some skills.
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    Re: Saab Chop

    Clean.

    Now make it a tribute to the sabbs of old, and make it a sloped hatchback.

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    Re: Saab Chop

    Quote Originally Posted by mbukukanyau
    Why Must the wheels be inside like it just served a rice bowl????

    Yeah, I know... It hurts to look at the front now, I did this chop a long time ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by civilzuesits
    way to low and you deleted a door! other than that it looks like a good chop with some skills.
    Clean job on the door delete huh? Thanks for the comment.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peugeot_206

    Clean.

    Now make it a tribute to the sabbs of old, and make it a sloped hatchback.

    Have any pics from the rear of a sloped hatch model? I'll look around.

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    Re: Saab Chop

    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Chris
    Have any pics from the rear of a sloped hatch model? I'll look around.
    ust make the c-pillar extend to the edge of the trunklid. good clean chop btw.

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    Re: Saab Chop

    I think he meant a-la Saab 900.


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    Re: Saab Chop

    I like the rims of it, nice chop. It does remind me though of an old Honda Civic or a VW.

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    Re: Saab Chop

    Nice chop, real lowrider
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    Re: Saab Chop

    nice job!

    Good conversion.. the lower body kit needs soem work thoguh.. kinda weird, especially on the driver's side rear corner.

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