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    macf85
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    What if Oldsmobile differentiated the Jetfire further from the other models in the F-85 line? I was having some winter boredom and wondered what the Jetfire would look like with a “bubble top” similar to what was used on the 1961 full size Olds. Maybe a hardtop version of the Corvair “bubble top” instead of the Buick hardtop that was used. So, I did a sketch. What do you think? Or should I just hibernate in the winter?

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    jensenracing77
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    I know lots of people really like the bubble top full size cars. I always liked the 62 full size car top better and the f-85 followed that. One thing is for sure, you can draw really good. I am terrible at that stuff. I can draw basic wire diagrams but that is the limit to mt drawing abilities.

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