Geoff and David, could you do us a HUGE favour and build this for us to shove in the face of not only Holden Monaro fans but also BMW, Mercedes and most other manufacurers. Please have a look at the attached picture i have photoshopped and provide some feedback. thank you.
P.S- for the details of how I got from futura to end result make sure you read the captions on all the pictures down the side of the page. thanks.
i forgot to add that with that extra long bonnet you could aquire the Aston Martin Vanquish V12 which is good for 343kW @ 6800rpm and 542 Nm @ 5500pm to get you to 100kph in 5.0 seconds. However, David, I think your boys would be able to tweak it a bit past that. Come-on Geoff, don't lie to us, you'd love to have one of these parked in the garage wouldn't you?!?!?!
what type of threads are 'those' chubbz? and as for the cars length, i think it is proportioned and it is (by memory) no longer than a normal falcon. and gong_guy, would I buy one, hell yes. with FPV development and the Aston Martin engine, i would be willing to pay up to $120 000 for this coupe. Imagine the looks on Monaro/M3/SL55 AMG owners as you went past them in this bullet.
thanks laminge, i was pretty ticked off when i came in here today after posting that thread yesterday and the thread wasn't where i left it.
Thankfully, instead of letting my mouth/fingers get away from me (like in a certain regrettable Radisich incident) i instead searched my username for posts first and found this thread.
Thanks for not just deleting it, I was unaware that we were not allowed to post "attn. GP and DF" threads as i had seen other threads addressed that way.
Anyway, all is forgiven, thanks for the feedback, I would like to know however, what do you and anyone else think of the length, some people are saying it is too long but I think that if you look at a Jaguar XR8 you can see where i have chosen the sleek styling from. I don't know.
I would be supremely happy if someone would build one though. Maybe the boys at Hilliar are up for the job?
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