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    Chevrolet Corvette ZO7

    Here is my version of the ZO7. I kind of rushed it.
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    not bad, except for da cf which is a bit too light, darken it a bit and it'll be good.
    watch out for da rims, kinda blurry
    nice chop! i like it

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    my only problem with it is that corvette definitely won't be putting a carbon fiber hood on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeney921
    my only problem with it is that corvette definitely won't be putting a carbon fiber hood on it
    I just put it there for some more stuff since it looked very very plain.
    Maybe the ZO7 will be full CF? Then that would not be needed but corvette would never change its design because they have been keeping it for the last 50 years of fiber glass.

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    Isn't it still going to be Z06? Z06 is a package code, same as it was back on the C3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt
    Isn't it still going to be Z06? Z06 is a package code, same as it was back on the C3.
    I know. I just made it be called ZO7 because I couldn't think of any other name.

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    hmmmm........it does look a little bit rushed. but its nice.
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    The 50th anniversary Z06 vette had a carbon fiber hood. It seems like the back wheel is at a wierd angle. I think that the cf is a little to big. But good idea for the concept.
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    The Zo6 was started 1963, C2
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    It's nice

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    woooooooooooooow nice work dude thats the first awesome one keep it up

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    Here is what it looks like with a darker CF
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    I dont like these CF chops...people over emphasize the pattern of it, which makes it worse when the texture doesnt follow the body design
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    Its nice, but im not sure about the cf.

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    Carbon fibres alot too big man.. Get it heaps smaller, use a bigger pattern in first place and squeeze it down as much as possible. But otherwise OK.

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