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Old 01-16-2013, 04:30 AM   #46
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Not to bust your bubble , but I have no problem seeing my digital dash on a bright day. I happen to like how the interior design is. And if it were not for the success of that car they would have never kept building the corvette.
I agree, if you notice this one appears to be shrouded quite well and the new displays can be incredibly bright.
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Then explain the fuel filler lid....
They ran out of time and has some 1971 Corvette filler doors left over.


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My piss poor redo of the rear. But at least its not so gaudy and people could integrate a rear diffuser.

That is one possible step in a right direction - at least an improvement.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:07 AM   #48
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pretty much impossible to get over the whole rear end though.



I think I barfed a little.
This is just WRONG !
I cannot believe anyone likes this design. It is not Corvette. GM (again) has shown they are pizz poor designers.
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Why do they call it "common sense" when, in fact, it has become so uncommon?

That's my opinion, it outta be your's.
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Ugh... looking at the rear straight on just looks awful. It's not just the taillights.... it's the entire back end... It looks better on angle shots though.
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Old 01-16-2013, 06:46 AM   #50
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Wachuko, nice photoshop on the lights.


My piss poor redo of the rear. But at least its not so gaudy and people could integrate a rear diffuser.


VERY cool VetteUSA !!! Love the fact that you moved the exhaust tips closer to the corners. Adds really nice symmetry with the tail-lights.

Thanks for this.
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:53 AM   #51
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VERY cool VetteUSA !!! Love the fact that you moved the exhaust tips closer to the corners. Adds really nice symmetry with the tail-lights.

Thanks for this.
Ironically, this makes the car look more like a Camaro than it actually does.
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It doesn't matter if this car wears a Ferrari logo or not- it does NOT have an attractive rear end.
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It doesn't matter if this car wears a Ferrari logo or not- it does NOT have an attractive rear end.

Ha Ha Ha ... can't dispute that.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:32 PM   #54
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