Richie Ramos (gaijin@i-manila.com.ph)
Fri, 09 Jul 1999 01:47:23 +0800


>The longer, thinner line structures are one feminine aspect, while graceful
>curves are another. The Gerbera is quite feminine in its own way, as are the
>Qubeley/cybele. Each has curved surfaces that blend the over all look of
>their bodies. As to the Zeta, it has a very long, thin structure that is
>reminiscent of international super models. Another way of looking at the
idea
>of feminine styled vehicles is the F-4 and the F-16. Both use a
"coke-bottle"
>shaped fuselage that is based on the Marilyn Monroe's famous figure. It's
>this essential hourglass figure that defines these vehicles as being
>"feminine."
>In the end, it's up to the eye of the beholder.
>SJ

        I think I see your point. Inrteresting observation there...I never
thought of it that way.

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