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This is my Volkswagen Golf MKII project,but i'm not very pleased with this.That's why I wanted to know your opinion.Sorry about the bad quality pictures.I would really like to know shall I continue with this project and complete it or not.Please give your suggestions!PLEASE COMMENT!
About this creation

Side view of the VW project car.I'd like you to comment the shape.

Rear end of this project car.

Dashboard.I tried to make it as close as possible to the real one.

Backseat in green and white.

V6 engine.I think this is little bit too overpowered :-)

Everything open so far. lol.

Smoked rear lights.



Comments

Patrick Starr
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Chris Melby
  July 27, 2012
Keep doing what you've been doing, this thing is awesome! Can't wait to see it done. Chris
  July 25, 2012
Comeone - what's left to finish here. I see hood is only missing. Maybe something else, but the shape so far is excellent. Instantly recongnizable. Oh - if you think it is too plain and uninteresting - try to add some tuning mods, like fat-rally mudguards, spoiler, side skirts. You paintwork will go nicely together with that kind of mods.
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  July 24, 2012
Looks nice so far, so if I where you I'd continue
  July 24, 2012
Yes the C pillars need to slope in. This area is the hardest part when building any car in my opinion. Snot might be the only way. Check out my golf - the picture with the hatch open might help you. I expect you could come up with a similar solution.
 I made it 
  July 24, 2012
Thanks guys!@ Nick:That's the problem with the rear pillars.I can't find a way how to make them sloped inwards,but i'll try my best:D
 I like it 
  July 23, 2012
it look very nice ..keep going
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  July 23, 2012
Keep going!! :P
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  July 23, 2012
Firstly, it's instantly recognizable as a MkII Golf. You're definitely doing something right! The only change I'd suggest is if you can find a way to incline the pillars inwards slightly. Please continue this, it could turn into your best car.
 I like it 
  July 23, 2012
Don't give up on it. Best thing to do may be to go build something else and then come back to it. That's how I function anyway.
 I like it 
  July 23, 2012
Shaping is already very cool, you're really getting close to the Golf II look. The tail lights are great. I'd say finish it and then we'll see where it might be improved. Well done, so far! :-))
 I made it 
  July 23, 2012
Thanks guys!@ Joe:Thanks for a tip.I'll have a little brake and continue in day after tomorrow.I think i have to listen more music while bricking:P I was building in the morning when "It's a Sin" by Pet Shop Boys(my favourite song and band) started,then i had a huge inspiration income:P
 I like it 
  July 23, 2012
Hi :D, Just keep going buddy. The overall shape is good so far, especially around the bumbers and lights. I love the colours too. Maybe have a break from it and then start again in a few days. Thatís what I did with my GT40 and it worked wonders. Good luck.
  July 23, 2012
I think you should finish it, I'm really digging the lime green stripe.
  July 23, 2012
You should complete it because if it become one of your favourite cars you be very proud. And to be honest, what I see looks really good,so please complete it if you don`t like it you can destroy it but try it in my opinion.Sorry for this bad english, I am a german guy.
 I like it 
  July 23, 2012
Continue this! Brilliant from What i see!
 
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