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Old 12th December 2010, 23:48   #16
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Not sure what to say here. I never did like the NHC, as the design was quite boring, but sold in the dozen, just because it was a Honda.

So if you modify something unappealing, the end result aint going to be spectacular. It definitely looks different, but as the base is quite difficult to work woth, Cant say much.
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Old 13th December 2010, 00:20   #17
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The Honda is definitely looking better after the mod job. But will still wait for the completion with the projectors.
Thanks a ton..should have prjectors in soon, will upload pics ASAP

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Looks nice. Sell the T on the nose to the Tata's :P

Are you only doing cosmetic mods ?
Yes, this model only has cosmetic mods to it..!

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I second that!
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just saw the completed pics. Not bad, however, I still dont like the front alot. especially the part just below the bonnet.
Thanks buddy, i respect your opinion, thats one thing about design, its different and personal for everyone; what is liked by one, not necessarily has to be appreciated by the other...!! Thats why i love designing cars, factoring in perspective of other personalities amazing fun!
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Old 13th December 2010, 00:35   #18
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Nice!!! now that is some refreshing design seen after a long time,good that the body line level is intact.

As the car being black can you please post some detailed pics in better lights.Also i would suggest you to make eyelids for your headlight make it look sleepy will rock congrats once again job well executed.
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Old 13th December 2010, 00:39   #19
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Car looks awesome with all black except the headlights and tail light
Why don't you smoke them so that it will look all black??
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Old 14th December 2010, 12:38   #20
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Thanks Ramie ans camchinnai...Id prefer a chrome headlight, the eyelids however can be given a shot..will work on them

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Old 14th December 2010, 14:20   #21
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Only few major mod jobs I'v seen have not ended up being wacky, and yours... is definitely among them.

Refreshing front looks, I particularly liked the hood/grille combo.

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May be a huge Honda Emblem and projector HL's would do more justice?.
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Old 14th December 2010, 16:01   #22
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naice...
i like it.
and your lancer too!
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Old 14th December 2010, 18:04   #23
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You have done an excellent job. Try to upgrade your head lights. Really I appreciate your will. Well put.
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Old 14th December 2010, 22:50   #24
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Does your car radiator get enough air?? I hope u r not facing any issues because of over heating.

Overall I think its a great effort!!
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I loved your car buddy. Its not overdone with jazzy paint or colours & looks neat as well as sporty. waiting for the interior pics.
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great designs, and they look mighty fresh and original as well. Buddy, yu ar Gifted!

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Old 15th December 2010, 20:25   #27
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Only few major mod jobs I'v seen have not ended up being wacky, and yours... is definitely among them.

Refreshing front looks, I particularly liked the hood/grille combo.

My 2 cents -
May be a huge Honda Emblem and projector HL's would do more justice?.
Thanks buddy, feels good to be appreciated...and the car is gona cary my company badge soon..not honda. and yes im working on the projectors.

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naice...
i like it.
and your lancer too!
Thankyou Sprucegoose

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You have done an excellent job. Try to upgrade your head lights. Really I appreciate your will. Well put.
Thanks a ton Rahul

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Does your car radiator get enough air?? I hope u r not facing any issues because of over heating.

Overall I think its a great effort!!
The air supply ti the radiator has been kept in mind during the designing process, not to worry, it gets enough air. Thanks

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I loved your car buddy. Its not overdone with jazzy paint or colours & looks neat as well as sporty. waiting for the interior pics.
Thanks raj, i will upload interior pics, just not getting the time to click them

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great designs, and they look mighty fresh and original as well. Buddy, yu ar Gifted!

Thanks di1in, just trying to put my knowledge to good use!
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Old 15th December 2010, 20:42   #28
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Not sure what to say here. I never did like the NHC, as the design was quite boring, but sold in the dozen, just because it was a Honda.

So if you modify something unappealing, the end result aint going to be spectacular. It definitely looks different, but as the base is quite difficult to work woth, Cant say much.
Well, I can take a BMW and modify it to a trash can (a lot of people are doing it)....it does not matter what the base is...good or bad. If it is been designed properly it will not only look good it will also work properly.

I respect your input (if you dont like it, its fine) but dont go saying it looks ok because it was unappealing before.
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