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What do you think?
But I’ll certainly miss the old 6 wide as I do think they fit better in a city, and really made a street look more interesting! 8-wide is a bit big in comparison to most buildings to really fit in. I’m probably in the thought school that says 4-wide should be the most to put in a street lest the buildings be overshadowed. There just aren’t enough interesting 4-wides though in the modern era to make a full street IMO. But then what do those categories mean? Some sets that ‘feel’ like they fit in their respective size class really push the boundaries!
#7595 - one of the more interesting (second perhaps only to #60048) 4 wide vehicles ever. But is it? With fenders & tires that stick out, it’s not hugely larger than other 4-wides but could push the boundaries.
#3629 - everything about this car is 4-wide, but the vintage base. So it arguably fits in better with 6-wide setups.
#75875 (Model A) & #76077 (Lola) - arguably both small cars made into 6 wide to capture detail. So they don’t feel out of scale, but compared to a 6 wide truck, they actually are.
#6867 - 6 wide, doesn’t feel out of scale especially when compared to #4437. But is it really? With those wide tires & fenders, what appears to fit normally into the street really is closer to 8 wide.
So boundaries are pushed. In the end I guess you set your own & do what you will.