: SRX pic from last CES show



yourgmsolutions
10-14-06, 04:21 PM
Hi Guys, I was going through my photo files from last CES show, and this is what I found

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y256/gm-geek/srx%20photos%20from%20CES/P1011168.jpg
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y256/gm-geek/srx%20photos%20from%20CES/P1011167.jpg
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y256/gm-geek/srx%20photos%20from%20CES/P1011172.jpg
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y256/gm-geek/srx%20photos%20from%20CES/P1011174.jpg

urbanski
10-14-06, 04:32 PM
oh dear lord

wifescaddy
10-14-06, 04:36 PM
since im doing a complete overall paint job on mine,ive been toying around with 2 toneing it,thanks for the pics give me some ideas.

donjumpsuit
10-14-06, 06:02 PM
There is another Two-toned look at the Url

Two Toned Caddy (http://www.lundcadillac.com/Accessories33_12.cfm)

I find it part PERPLEXING and part HILARIOUS that the SRX doesn't have a factory nav system but has 3 screens in the rear head rests.

wifescaddy
10-14-06, 06:46 PM
Yeah ive seen that ,that was one of chip fooses designs ,i like that too.

Pete Benson
10-15-06, 12:53 PM
Yeah ive seen that ,that was one of chip fooses designs ,i like that too.

I'd like to see what Boyd Coddington could do with one of these - he's waaaaaaaay more talented and creative than the vastly over-rated Chip Foose.

beekay
10-15-06, 02:23 PM
That green is painful! I do like the orange Chip Foose two-toned with on one of his SRX designs
Foose Design Official Website - Hot Rods, Concept Cars, Muscle Cars, Official Merchandise, Wheels, Apparel, Rides (http://www.chipfoose.com/gallery1b.aspx)


Feature Article - Chip Foose: Humble Genius - 04/05 (http://www.autofieldguide.com/articles/040501.html)
"Foose bought his way out of his ASHA contract, interviewed with both VW and Ford, and accepted Ford's offer to come to Dearborn. He'd been working for hot rodder Boyd Coddington on the side for two years, "building cars and having a ball," when Boyd suddenly trumped Ford's offer to keep him from leaving."

While sitting in the second floor lounge of BMW's show floor stand, fellow speechmaker and designer Chris Bangle, BMW's chief of Design, points to Foose and announces for all to hear: "This is one of the most important and influential automotive designers in the world today." It's high praise from a man about whom the same can be said.

Over rated, eh? I guess to each his own. I think he has contributed his share to the auto industry and there is nothing wrong with that!:2thumbs:


Boyd gets plenty of credit. Let someone else get some light huh?