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Hello all,

I visited the USAF National Air Museum in Dayton, Ohio and got some inspiration from some of the war birds out there. As such, I decided to try to apply some of the style to my own vehicle.

I updated the "Bullet Bill" nose art to add some wording that I saw from some other nose art at the Museum, and I added military style stenciling to the front bumper to mimic the stenciling that they had on all the aircraft. I tried to follow the theme of the stenciling as faithfully as I could.

Let me know what you all think. Thank you!

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The only thing killing this idea is the color. If it was a matte black or dark green, it would look awesome.
Still love bullet bill though.

I hope to do something like this to mine someday.
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I kinda like the front bumper one, but I like when serial numbers, etc. are displayed. The only thing I'd suggest adding is GMX071, the GM code name for the first gen Cruze.

The one on your rear bumper however, this might be the reaction you get from the women:

 

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Not my style but still very cool looking. It definitely individualizes is your car.

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Neat idea
Not my style but glad you are making your Cruze your own.

Btw you have any pics from the museum? I've been there 3-4 times about 20 years ago when I lived there in Fairborn, OH.




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Hello! Yes, I have plenty of photos. I literally burnt my cell phone battery out taking so many photos. It's really a fantastic place to visit if for whatever reason anybody ever has a reason to end up in Ohio. Fully intake aircraft from WWI to Present Day. Text Font Label
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