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Sixty8panther

RWD Grand Am & a new Dodge Charger

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Whatchu think? :smilewide::unitedstates:

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Likin the charger, but the Grand Am looks like an aztec version of a car to me... :/ Not diggin that one, but I couldn't draw that good so props on that. :D

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Thanks buddy. I'm inot the weird and bizzare. Sometimes it works, other times it's not fit for thr light of day. The Charger came out well in spirit but the execution was lame and predictable... however in light of the Challenger concept it's not as plain & unoriginal as it seems.

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For being RWD, that Grand Am has massive FWD proportions.

As far as your skill, much improved I must say. Alot better than the cowcatcher cars of yore.

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For being RWD, that Grand Am has massive FWD proportions.

As far as your skill, much improved I must say. Alot better than the cowcatcher cars of yore.

Thank You Sir. :)

And of course you're right... the rear overhang on the GA should be much longer.

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LOL :globe: Love the Solstice style headlights on that little POS. This is a March right?

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the charger is pretty good... i dont really like the front end on the grand am at all... its just a bit too out there... tho the hood tach is a nice retro touch

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