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I've got a write up of what the new SHO/SVT Taurus will be like, but I need some front, back, and side views of the g3 & g4 taurus. I will accept pics of any Taurus with these views from 96 and up. You can either post them or e-mail me at:

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Good pics. I need some g4's now. Also some more g3's. Specifically side views. Here's a sample of one of my old drawings:
 

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Here's what i've got on the features list so far:

3.5l V6
AWD
g4/g3 curves and styling
manual trans. or auto w/ slapstick
moon roof
slightly lowered suspension
extended engine bay for more mod room
Super Charger standard

Anything else???

I was thinking about euro tail lights.
 

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Dunno if it's helpful, but here's one of ARTSHO's (many) drawings from the old days:
 

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Man, if I could find those rims and that hood, it would be sweet. Why don't people realize how nicely contoured the Gen III taurii are and start making body kits for them!!!!!!
 

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Definitely like the hood. Looks cool!
 

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How about give it a tranny you can pull out and change with in 30 minutes. Kind of like electric R/C car engines

Can any one say 4.6L V-8........

And yes, RWD too....


Come on I wanna run against the new 740I. I saw a 760I on TV, but that would be tough to beat a V-12. At least give it a pair though.
 

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Originally posted by Axianator@Dec 7 2003, 02:08 AM
Dunno if it's helpful, but here's one of ARTSHO's (many) drawings from the old days:
Holy cow. I've got nothin compared to that, but I'll try my best.
 

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Originally posted by mikehawk+Dec 6 2003, 09:56 PM-->QUOTE (mikehawk @ Dec 6 2003, 09:56 PM)
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How about making the new Taurus easy to fix if it ever breaks.
You mean like an old chevy? [/b]
Anything old is easier to fix, but Chevrolets are easy because they always broke down and there is a lot of information about fixing them up.
 
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Originally posted by Majisto+Dec 8 2003, 12:12 AM-->QUOTE (Majisto @ Dec 8 2003, 12:12 AM)
Originally posted by [email protected] 6 2003, 09:56 PM
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How about making the new Taurus easy to fix if it ever breaks.

You mean like an old chevy?
Anything old is easier to fix, but Chevrolets are easy because they always broke down and there is a lot of information about fixing them up.
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I know people that can prove that!

 

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Ok after some experimenting and debating with myself over details I've finally got a rough side view of the new SHO. Look and responed. I need top know what to remove and or change.

Note to viewers, the rear end has been extended. So don't pay attention to the next post.
 

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the trunk is a hair too short. people who buy SHO's like trunkspace. Why does this seem like an eclipse with two extra doors to me? It is a good start though.

-Dan
 

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It looks like that b/c the stupid post shrunk the pic. If anyone wants a pic of it actual size I'll e-mail it to them.
 

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What's wrong with one of these for the "next" Taurus?? Now that Billy Ford has committed to renaming everything with an F-word, let's bring these up top from Down Under:

 

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Any more opinions need to be posted on the SHO Taurus Design post.
 

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It looks a little too ricy for me.

Axianator's drawing looks pretty ill.
 
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