cliffjumpers car mode

Discussion in 'Transformers Robots In Disguise / Prime Discussion' started by tfomegaprime, Aug 24, 2012.

  1. tfomegaprime

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    doesn't cliffjumper look like a 1968 Chevrolet Chavelle
     
  2. Bumblebee765

    Bumblebee765 Wrecker

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    Nope. Dodge Challenger.
     
  3. PrimesRule

    PrimesRule Banned

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    He's a Dodge Challenger.
     
  4. crazyjeffy

    crazyjeffy Hammertastic

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    IIRC, he's a challenger with the bumpers/lights of a barracuda.
     
  5. Grimlock22

    Grimlock22 Some sort of artist

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    Chanlenger
     
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    rxlthunder Banned

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    In addition to being a challenger, he's also part Plymouth Barracuda.
     
  7. nobleboivin

    nobleboivin Well-Known Member

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    Either way he's a nice car
     
  8. Meta777

    Meta777 Dr Pepper Fan

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    Exactly this.

    A cool red horned Dodge Challenger. Awesome.
     
  9. Ceric Neesh

    Ceric Neesh Well-Known Member

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    I'd say a Barracuda with enough Challenger influences to muddy the waters. The two cars are very similar visually, so there's some wiggle room involved, but what decided it for me was the front lower grille on Cliffjumper, which is pulled whole cloth from the Barracuda (the back end is also VERY similar to the Barracuda). To complicate things further, the new Challenger takes some design influences from the Barracuda.
     

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