I don't actually hate the scoops you made... They carry the same boxy type design that the rest of the car follows suit with and don't look bad in my opinion. Once painted body color I think they would look even better
They were designed by NACA, which later became NASA. Not sure that's the answer you were looking for, but there's your history lesson for today.isnt there some science or math or some other technical bs behind the shape and design of the nascar style air scoops also used throughout worldwide motorsports? Figure out a way to make em less obtrusive like those are and it'll work out great
Admittedly, Your design would've looked better. (I did say would've). And if there was much left of the scoop to try and modify I might just have tried that.The rear of that Torino/Falcon seems like the best logic. Obviously it works there, which is damn near the same location as you would have it on your car. I do really like your scoops, and think they add a custom element and a touch of "Mad Mike" to the car. What if you spent another 24 hours and shaped them kinda like this?
I mean hell, I just spent 23 hours drawering those with my laptop mouse.
And the reference:
I hear what you're saying, and I see that too. (That's why I'm not standing on a box blowing my "look at my cool new junk" horn).I approve. Although my OCD can't decide if it is truly bothered that the top of the scoop doesn't line up with the body line just above it, or just tickled it enough to notice.
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