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    Too late...but...

    OK so I'm too late but here's an entry anyway

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    Thats really cool, very much a Corvair. I hope that was what you where going for and i didn't just insult your design. Good job.

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    Re: Too lat...but...

    wow, that would've gotten my vote. sorry it didn't make it.

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    Re: Too lat...but...

    A Corvair Camaro? I think I like the idea and I surely like the execution!

    How about showing us how a modern Corvair Cobalt would look like?

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    not bad, and i see corvair as well

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    Re: Too lat...but...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bravada
    A Corvair Camaro? I think I like the idea and I surely like the execution!

    How about showing us how a modern Corvair Cobalt would look like?
    Actually that is a Corvair/Cobalt, I used a 65 Monza and a 05 Cobalt.

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    Oh, dude...THAT kicks...wat a nice clean design ! Best Corvair I've seen lately ...lol !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygraphix
    Actually that is a Corvair/Cobalt, I used a 65 Monza and a 05 Cobalt.
    Wow then! How what's the Cobalt part other than the wheels? Can you do a sedan version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravada
    Wow then! How what's the Cobalt part other than the wheels? Can you do a sedan version?
    The wheels for sure, but also the wheel wells, lower grille front fascia area, and the entire green house.

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    It's alright...
    I'll make a new sig. Later.
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    Re: Too late...but...

    nice

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    Nice car. Very original.

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    I like it, good job

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    Re: Too lat...but...

    Quote Originally Posted by mygraphix
    The wheels for sure, but also the wheel wells, lower grille front fascia area, and the entire green house.
    Oh really? Didn't notice! The better the chop then!

    Is it made to proportion - I mean would grafting some different body parts to the actual Cobalt coupe make it look like this, or did you make the greenhouse (and cabin) smaller? Somehow it seems to me that this car is too sleek and low to provide enough room in the cabin, but if I'm wrong, GM should build it tommorrow (and pay you a hefty sum).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravada
    Oh really? Didn't notice! The better the chop then!

    Is it made to proportion - I mean would grafting some different body parts to the actual Cobalt coupe make it look like this, or did you make the greenhouse (and cabin) smaller? Somehow it seems to me that this car is too sleek and low to provide enough room in the cabin, but if I'm wrong, GM should build it tommorrow (and pay you a hefty sum).
    it's all built to the proportions of the original corvair, except the front end clip has been shortened a bit, the cobalt greenhouse has been modified to fit to the space of the old corvair.

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