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Discussion in 'Land' started by Firelex, Sep 7, 2021.
Is this your work?
'Cause i love Piccolina Giardiniera style!
Yes it is^^ and thx ^^
Will be there new bodies?
That's the objetive.
What i d'like to do in the end is
-the wagon version
-the 90's plastic era versions.
And if possible, a few more cosmétic stuff like more miror variant, a new gaz cap, a split rear window, some sun roof, etc.
cant wait to see what comes in the future!
Wait... did you just say the... MULTIPLA!?
I mean the 60's one
At the time, multipla kinda meant the same thing as Picasso did for Citroën in the 2000.
It's a bigger car based on an other one
And i guess the piccolina's mini van could be called Parecchi. It's a synonymes of multiple in italian. Like multipla.
Parecchi doesn't really sound right, i think Familiare or something like 6 Posti (or however many seats it has) would be better.
Are you plannig creating a modern interior, bumpers etc. like in late VW Beetle?
Like you can see in the first post yes. No clean concept yet
quick moc up
Sheeesh that's a nice interior :muchwow:
i've made 2 late trims mock up for the piccolina, don't pay attention to much on the dates, the periode is a bit blured in my mind. i don't have a personal canon on the end of the piccolina's prod
If you keep the 90s one as 90s then you might have to change the bumpers, I don't think any car still used steel ones then except the Beetle and Ladas. But overall this is really cool!
For the 90s, you can use that plastic trim to "integrate" the bumpers into the desing of the car. Something like the US Spec 911s o the late 70s:
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Well, the classic Mini was still being made untill the early 2000s, and since we don't have a lore friendly Mini, we can assume Autobello kept the Classic Piccolina around for a long time, probably even making a full mechanical redesign keeping the same exact style (something like what Jaguar did with the X350 XJ sedan), for safety reasons.
The 90's bumbers are mostly plastic.
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Also, it's a budget city car with the smallest engine possible and the less equipment possible. I kinda want to keep it like this. It's a surface face lift, some sort of a desperate move to keep the car selling
i've got that mid 80's back and front
liked this idea, look cool.
split older version, with no turn signals on the rear and front