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Fijian

Legacy 3.0GT

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ok, so if you guys didnt like the range rover chop, then you'll hate this one :P

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i like this one

im not gonna lie i always thought the engine and the styling were more deserving of a coupe layout as opposed to a sedan

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I don't think the Legacy's proportions work quite as nicely in coupe form.

I'm getting a last-generation Grand Am vibe from the greenhouse and the car's overall proportions. That view really showcases the Legacy's front overhang, too.

With some work, this could be improved quite a bit. I'd lower the roofline to improve the car's proportions and give it a sleeker, more aerodynamic look. The wheelbase is too short, so work on moving the wheels outward toward the bumpers. That'll improve proportions and fix the rear wheel/door cutline area to make it more coupe-like.

With a little work this should be perfect. Nice job.

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well the thing is i wouldnt make it lower id make it a bit longer and all

the thing looks too short liek this i dont like 2 seaters just 2 drs

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i used to do coupe conversions like that, it looks awkward. when you do a coupe conversion, think of the 2-door civic (not new model, previous gen). the proportions should look somewhat like that.

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Yep, you worked it wrong to make it a coupe. This is the hard way because now you have to:

1. Move rear wheel back

2. Fix where the wheel was (is currently)

3. fix the door line

Plus, there's a doorline in the back window.. there shouldn't be.

Anyway, not a bad idea; love the greenhouse, though it goes a bit high.

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