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    Saturn Ionizer

    I haven't posted in a design contest in a while so since I was snowed in today I sketched up a Corvette like Saturn. It's not quite finished. I need to color it and add rims. Enjoy what I have so far.





    Edit: COlored. Still need rims.
    Last edited by amark329; 01-23-2005 at 03:07 PM.

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    Re: Saturn Ionizer

    looks cool.

    question, is it mid engined?

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    Re: Saturn Ionizer

    doesnt look that big, but still looks hot!

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    Re: Saturn Ionizer

    Quote Originally Posted by camaro chris
    looks cool.

    question, is it mid engined?
    No the back is kind of short. It's a little shorter than the XLR if you want an idea. I said corvette but the more I look at it, I see it's about the size of an XLR.

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    Re: Saturn Ionizer

    i'm sorry. i look at it and just get this big SSR vibe...

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    Re: Saturn Ionizer

    give it some shoes and is a great car!! good job

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    Not bad at all amark.It does,to me look, a little SSR-ish to me but still a good design.

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    Re: Saturn Ionizer

    IONizer,as in, destroys IONs...lol

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    Re: Saturn Ionizer

    Doesn't look like a flagship. Looks like a Fiero replacement. That's not bad though.

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