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There are TWO voting threads.
One for Chopped entries, and one for all original drawn entries (even if done on computer).

Please vote TWICE (once in each thread).

If you submitted an entry, please DO NOT vote for yourself.

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Below are the entries we received.

It's time to vote for your favorites.

Please vote for your top 3! (In order)

Each participant will receive:
3 points for a first place finish
2 points for a second place finish
1 point for a third place finish.

Just reply in this thread with your choices. (Please indicate the entry number, not the participant's name).

All the points will be tabulated, and the winner will be announced.
Voting will end this coming Friday at midnight, and the winner will be announced next Saturday!

Vote for your top 3.

Please remember that you are choosing the image that best suits the theme of this contest. Don't simply vote for best skill. It's more about IDEA AND DESIGN rather than execution.

Here were the guidelines for design:
GM needs a supercar. It can be coupe, sedan, or truck from ANY GM division including GM itself, as well as GM's international brands.

The designed vehicle would sell for no less than $100,000 and no more than $500,000. (US dollars)

It should be realistic and street legal (no F1-style race cars, hovercrafts or or multipurpose boat/robot, transformer thingies)
If you submitted an entry, please DO NOT vote for yourself.

When voting, please keep in mind this is NOT only about quality of the design. You are also voting on how NECESSARY the car shown is to the the GM Lineup!

Please note that in CHOPPED contests, the less you can see of the donor picture, the better.




















 

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