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    Looks like a can of smashed assholes.

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    looks "bent" - the interface and flow lines from the first door to the second just look wrong... or is it just me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by desbromilow View Post
    looks "bent" - the interface and flow lines from the first door to the second just look wrong... or is it just me?
    It's not just you. I looked at the picture and then glanced back at my coffee for a second of clarity. When I looked back, it's still crooked. So it isn't just me either...

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    It isn't finished but when it is those lines will still be there.
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    I don't know if it is finished or has been left on the streets too long and has been beaten up on 1 side and wrecked in the front bumper.
    but the issue with the body lines is the result of selecting a vehicle without true horizontal body lines then trying to separate them the middle door has true horizontal body fold to match the flow of the rear of the front door and the front of the rear door, the only way to make it look correct would have been to flatten out the line and reform it from front to back of the car. Notice the curvature of the roof does not flow well either. I may have looked better if they had added 3 or even 3 doors or a long enough stretch that would have diminished the abrupt transition look



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