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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. I just got this 37 Cjevy delivery Saturday and want to paint it 60's Corvette Marina blue, which on the C-6 is jet blue, a small row of flames coming out of the hood side vents, and roll with 2" whites, chrome steelies and bullets. Another wheel choice is blue painted steelies, chrome trim rings and 37/38 caps. I will be dropping the front a couple of inches too. Sits a wee bit high right now.

    I would appreciate if you photoshop pros can give me some ideas. Thanks
     

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  2. [​IMG][​IMG]Would it possible to make front end of that 70 look like the custom front end on the model?thanks.
     

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  3. GTSDave
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    Been trying to figure out what to do with the wheels on my 51. The moons are great, but the wheels underneath are the old turbins (ala General Lee) and are also uni-lug. Damn things always want to loosen up, and are a PIA when you have to take them off. Not to mention the PIA of pulling the moons to check or change air pressures.

    Was thinking of a wheel change. May still put the moons back on from time to time, but want a wheel that is drag strip and street friendly that goes with the look of the car. Maybe some of the dark salt flats or something similar. Any suggestions or photoshops would be appreciated.

    -Dave
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  4. bobj49f2
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    I thought this was a pretty good challenge

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  5. Russian
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    Special edition for Kenny P
     

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  6. grapp
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    How about doing a 52-54 Ranch wagon (2door) but making it a pick up using the tailgate as the the tailgate and back window getting moved up to behind the door???
     
  7. Psycho66
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    from Buena Park

    If someones bored I'd like to see what the truck would look like with a flat white paint job, the gold roof, on some steelies and wide white walls. also sitting on some astro supremes....thanks for any help.
     

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  8. Bigcheese327
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    A respectful motion for reconsideration, with additional pictures to work from, if desired:

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    -Dave
     
  9. Russian
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    Bigcheese327, look at post #5545, i did a coupe version
     
  10. Bigcheese327
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    Wow, I completely missed that. Thanks!

    It looks very good.

    -Dave
     
  11. The Gambler
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    NOBODY wants to play with my 59?...come on have some fun!
     
  12. Rot 'n Kustom
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    Here you go, Grapp. I grabbed a nice 1953 County Squire photo from the Internet and went to work.

    I started with a four-door for two reasons: a) it was the nicest profile photo I could find, and b) the front door width is right. I'm not sure if the two door wagons used the same door or not.

    I decided to go with an extra-cab look as a completely vertical back pillar looked too stiff for a sporty Country Squire Ranchero.

    Narrowed the loft of the roof a bit, but did not chop it. The pickup bed should have the opposite inside wall showing a bit, but you get the idea.

    After looking at the final result, I think I created a gussied-up Aussie Ute! I believe a ute was actually produced, minus the wood trim.
     

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  13. Ears
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    Photoshopped. Lowered, raked, Flaked roof, dummy spots and skirts. Thread revival.....

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  14. Looks familiar somehow...
     
  15. Rot 'n Kustom
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    Two more versions of the Country Squire Ranchero.
    A bit more balanced, I think.
     

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  16. Thanks.
     
  17. Not really what you asked for, but what I might do...

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  18. Russian
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    Special edition for Steve norcal

    i got the old school flames only on cars hood because if You get sick of them all You have to do is repaint the hood and not the entire car

    p.s. the last pic is of mine project... i can't afford a real model A so i building one in 3D program (3d studio max 9)
     

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  19. V4F
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    damn your goood !!! thank you much ...................... steve
    i like the white !! hmmmmm repaint !
     
  20. anythinggm
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    O'Photoshop God can you do some of your visual magic on my Buick. I've been thinking about a new look for her.
    maybe Doing a flake job on the roof, in either Silver, Blue, burgandy, or even a purple maybe? and a set of reverse chrome steel wheels with no caps. What do ya think.
     

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  21. heres my magnum
    10's on the back, we had to do a little work to get them to fit.
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  22. PR51
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    Nice! thanks man... it makes such a difference. You did a really good job with that. That amount of chop looks Great. It gives me even more to look forward to.
    thanks again,
    Larry
     
  23. HotRodNisse
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    GAZ 12 Zim :cool:
     

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  24. OahuEli
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    After doing Slim Tempos wagon-to-pickup conversion last week (post #5554) I got to thinking about Flat Foots Buick & had to do it. I think the "El Lectra" as Claymart called it looks pretty cool IMHO.

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  25. bugfink
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    I dig those rims Bullfather. Are they American racing? And what size
     
  26. RichG
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    OahuEli, that thing looks cool!
     
  27. OahuEli
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    Thanks. I'd like to see a real conversion like this, maybe with one of the old Buick aluminum v-8s up front. 215 c.i.d?
     
  28. anythinggm
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    Thank you very much, can you do the roof in silver flake too. I want that visual too. Thanks again.
     
  29. grapp
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    Thanks Dave, I like the last one...I think the Ute was a chevy based don't know if ford did utes down under but what do I know??
     

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