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2009 Chevrolet Express 4500 Duramax Cube by Two

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I am always most likely to photoshop cars but this time under "Chevrolet" search on the GM Wieck and I found a bunch of 2009 Chevrolet Express 4500 (new size/rating along with 1500, 2500, 3500) with a 6.6L Duramax V8 and 250hp and 460lbft. of torque. I then said what happens if I put a cube box on it, so I did but ended up totally remaking the cube with a gradient tool and just finding various trim pieces that I would stretch. So then I added the cube, and looked at how funny the back wheel looked so I fixed that but it wouldn't work with the gray backgroud so I made it white. At that point I added an Onstar antenna via a Avalanche and called it done. But it was far from done... Then I thought you know it would be cute to have a matching trailer so I copied it and found trailer wheels and the rest is history. I think making a factory cube Express would be great idea for GM. A trailer would be a great for contracter or moving company or buisness special. With a GM trailer and cube Express would not only be easy for customers dealing with one dealer and saves them customizing it later and trailer shopping. So then I dubbed it the Chevrolet Express 4500 Duramax Cube by Two... Now if I had one of these I would start a moving business. :AH-HA_wink: What do you think and sell the package for about $40,000 with trailer that would be a hell of a good deal. Do it GM. So tell me what you think of the idea, chop and of course the chop quality and enjoy... Am I really nuts, chopping an Express? :scratchchin:


Orginal (see how it slants foward)


Second Step (still slanted foward)


With OnStar and the final Express without trailer...


Final chop with interior photos, motor and title. I had to rob the GMC inside and slap the Chevy logo in the middle...

Edited by gm4life

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