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SHOEBOX FORD- "FLAMES" Paint jobs

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by fordstandard, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. Lets see pictures of --flames on shoebox Fords
     
    Last edited: Aug 17, 2011
  2. Not a shoebox buti did these.
     

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  3. drs47ford
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  4. here's a couple
     

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  5. slick a&t
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    Some from my saved pics.
     

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  6. Still one of my favorite Shoeboxs.....Built by Todd Zimmerman


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  7. slick a&t
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    A few more.
     

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  8. What is the scoop on using Stencils to do flames?

    Pros-Cons
     
  9. Pros-They come out consistant
    Cons-They come out consistant....they LOOK like a stencil was used.
     
  10. bonez
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    i think using stencils to do flames is like using stickers for pin stripes.
    This said, i dig "The Gold Digger" thats how that car is called right?
    And Bob, your other son old shoebox, the one in satin black w/ gold flames, that car was pretty neat. and weird too, but in a good way.
     
  11. Gotta have flames if it's a hot rod!
     
  12. lowmaster
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    Mine used to have Flames.
     

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  13. bonez
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    If it wasnt for the grille i'd say it was Sellers 'box. Very simialr color and flames.
     
  14. 19Fordy
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    This photo was taken in 1996 and is of a very early sectioned shoebox now for sale in FL.
    It's now all black with blue wheels.
     

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  15. Hunka-Junka
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    What color/brand are those flames? I like it with the black and white, they look good together.
     
  16. Ace'sSpeedshop
    Joined: Feb 8, 2011
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    Me and my dad just did our first flame job a couple of months ago. The flames were free handed using 1/8in masking tape. They still need to be pin striped. Sorry for all of the shit in the background it my grandparents place......What do you guys think?
     

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