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HS-E Or HS-V

Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 26 Jan 2007, 21:24

When I saw Penskis Saloon done up like a replica HS It Got me thinking...
Wouldnt it be class if someone done an Estate HS or Van HS :D

Mabye this is a pointless Idea of my overactive 14 year old mind but i would love to see other peoples ideas about this
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Postby Shellysowner » 26 Jan 2007, 22:42

Van HS - no, they are too rare to mess about with.

Estate HS... where does the rear spoiler go? :lol:
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Postby CancerWagon » 26 Jan 2007, 23:22

Isn't there a red chevette-van HS in the gallery somewhere? I remember seeing a picture somewhere, and it was very keen looking. :D

For a rear spoiler... I'm sure Tim should be able to find or make up someting.

EDIT: found the one in the gallery
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Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 26 Jan 2007, 23:40

There Was a Little Spoiler on the HSR At The top of the bootlid. That would be where a small spoiler would go
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Postby Doive » 27 Jan 2007, 00:01

I like the idea, as put forward by Ralph previously, of having a Chevanne sprayed silver and then done in the DTV colours, like they did to various Bedford CFs at the time. Looked superb towing the HSRs on trailers.
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Re: HS-E Or HS-V

Postby Shellysowner » 27 Jan 2007, 00:03

14yearoldchevetter wrote:There Was a Little Spoiler on the HSR At The top of the bootlid. That would be where a small spoiler would go


Yeah thats the one I'm on about - would take quite a bit of fettling to get it to sit at the right angle. I know its not a huge issue but thats the first thing that popped into my head.

Nice idea but I for one won't be making an HS-E!
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Postby 1000er » 27 Jan 2007, 15:52

still wrong colour, but for the future i'm thinking about a HSR kit an my estate :shock: we will see...

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Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 28 Jan 2007, 20:35

I'm Lovin Yor Estate Mate...

Im Gonna Try and buy my friends estate this year...im very fond of them, I believe its the only 1 in ireland

There will be no HS-E Coming out of it...Theyre too rare
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Postby spyke » 10 Feb 2007, 11:04

rarety doesn't matter. if i got hold of a chevan or estate i'd probably do a hs version. purely cos it'll look better than an hatchback. a hatchback with just a hs bumber looks wierd and out of place. where as the saloon, van or estate are longer they suit the style.
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Postby Tortron » 10 Feb 2007, 22:14

estates are comming out our ears here, its the kits that are rare :P
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