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Next Gen RWD Sebring Model Range

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This time I more or less started from a clean slate. Not 100% satisfied with the chops of the sedan I did before, I decided to give it another go. This time the current Sebring wasn't used at all. Rather I used bits from the previous Sebring (a far better looking car) and the Crossfire (still the best interpretation of the styling cues Chrysler uses from the Sebring to the Aspen). I based it on the idea of it being built on a shortened version of LX, like the Airflite was.

So here we are then, this was a time consuming one, but unfortunately the image isn't that big and it's not high-res. edmunds' photos were the only ones I could find of the cars at the same angles. So what do you all think? I think this is the last chop of the car I will do.

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Crossfire.jpg

Pillared Sedan

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4-door Hardtop

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Convertible

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Fixed a couple of things that were bugging me.

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Very nice. I always found the second-gen Sebrings very attractive. Only suggestion I shall make is to move the upper body line up blend into the rear decklid.

And also, do a convertible.

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Very nice. I always found the second-gen Sebrings very attractive. Only suggestion I shall make is to move the upper body line up blend into the rear decklid.

And also, do a convertible.

That's what I forgot to do! :duh:

Alright, I'll do a Vert. :)

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Fixed + Vert and a special bonus hardtop.

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Please fix your hardtop, it still has door cut lines where they shouldn't be.
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Please fix your hardtop, it still has door cut lines where they shouldn't be.

I don't know what you're talking about :smilewide:

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