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Burns

Cobalt?

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Burns    0

Here's a quick sketch of a cobalt coupe. Dunno, I think the belt line ascends too much, but here it is anyway:

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stretched:

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I hope you like.

Edited by Burns

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I do like. A lot. Certainly worlds better than what we're going to be stuck with... I don't know if the next Cobalt will even have a Coupe.

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Too short n stubby but good effort, ice short overhang. stretch

this out 150% horizontally, fix the oval wheels and you have a

next gen. Benzo CL 2dr ht.

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PurdueGuy    72
Too short n stubby but good effort, ice short overhang. stretch

this out 150% horizontally, fix the oval wheels and you have a

next gen.

exactly what I was thinking, stretch it a little, and it'll probably be excellent.

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PurdueGuy    72

I almost want to say stretch it more, but I think it'd start to hit midsize dimensions before too long. What if the line up the side of the car still ended in the same place, but rolled off the top of the wheel well, and the belt line was adjusted to parallel?

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Not bad Burns,....heres another "ideation" for you to consider...a bit more "unique style" injection and a lower roofline profile too !!!...:

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Edited by MRDETROITMETAL

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