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    Re: Dunno... but looks a bit daft from tfe front

    Quote Originally Posted by CyCo
    As for the entry point for the GRX Interceptor, it has normal doors. You can see them in the 4th photo when it's in the back of a truck. Both doors are open.
    Huh? Ain't nothing there but the rear "wings" behind the tires. I think Lauren is correct - the windshield looks like a Camaro hatch. At the roofline you can see the four mounting bolts which, on a production Camaro, allow the window to pivot upwards. Poor choice for a windshield if you wanted to drive it anywhere... one stone and you have a lapful of glass.

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    Re: Dunno... but looks a bit daft from tfe front

    Quote Originally Posted by CyCo
    it has normal doors. You can see them in the 4th photo when it's in the back of a truck. Both doors are open.
    Those aren't open doors, that's the rear bodywork!

    I agree the profile isn't bad. Even the headlight treatment is consistent with concept cars of yore. There's more than a passing resemblence to Vauxhall SRV, not to mention Aston Martin Bulldog and others that seemed to enjoy putting the headlights close together (mainly Pininfarinas)

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    Re: Dunno... but looks a bit daft from tfe front

    Quote Originally Posted by letterman7
    Quote Originally Posted by CyCo
    As for the entry point for the GRX Interceptor, it has normal doors. You can see them in the 4th photo when it's in the back of a truck. Both doors are open.
    Huh? Ain't nothing there but the rear "wings" behind the tires. I think Lauren is correct - the windshield looks like a Camaro hatch. At the roofline you can see the four mounting bolts which, on a production Camaro, allow the window to pivot upwards. Poor choice for a windshield if you wanted to drive it anywhere... one stone and you have a lapful of glass.
    Oops. Yeah, my tired eyes saw those as the inter doors skins. lol And I have to agree with you, you can see 4 bolts in a couple of the photos at the very top of the windscreen. And if you look at the 5th last photo, not only can you see the 4 bolts, but you can see the door aperture. And look at the description details itself.

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    Re: Dunno... but looks a bit daft from tfe front

    Just been digging around the net for more info on the car. No hard and fast answers, just speculation on forums... erm. Looks to have been sold or up for sale at least 5 times in the last 12 years, anywhere from $350000 to $125000 (assuming USD). One post said that both front & rear windows are Camaro rear windows. Can't find any photos of the interior or the 'entry point' open. Let alone a video.

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    Re: Dunno... but looks a bit daft from tfe front

    I think it's a car destined to be a trailer queen on the custom show circuit
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