the cut-away roof
actual HP numbers
rear of the car (esp tail-lights)
underhood, very clean, very nice
interior is almost too much, but it works (except for the mostly stock steering wheel)
the stickers, too much
doors, have yet to see a conversion of that type that works well
hood, ram air that isn't just doesn't work, too much of a bulge as well
all of the electronics, i'm more of a function over form guy, for a show car it works, but on anything else i would seriously dislike it
where are the exhaust tips? there are cutouts for them on the rear valence, but i don't see them
overall, i give it a 9 our of 10, not really what i would have done, but i can appreciate the amount of work done to it
didn't get higher because a few things appeared to be unfinished
That's.... Oh my god... The stickers a lil much and some exagerations... but... That is one hell of car. It's beautiful congradulations.... and that T top.... or whatever that is.... that is some geougous custom work I really like to know how you did that. that is ******* amazing this car gets a 9.7/10
Article is good! I really like the performance, power and handling, goodies. HRE wheels are the best, period! I wish I could afford them.
I had seen this car at Knott's too. Like I've said before, about the way it looks, not my cup of tea. But the workmanship that has gone into this thing, especially with the time constraints, is phenomenal! My hat is off to the folks at XMP, good work guys!
The model can go. We need more verity. I personally don't want to see the same model over and over. Id rather see none.
I like it! Things I like most are the ground effects all-around, and the double hood scoop. The scoop is reminiscent of the early 70's MachI's (imo). Gull-wing doors...can take them or leave them personally but they look cool on a show car.:thumbup
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