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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
Love the COE panel.. first thing that popped into my mind was Herchmer Battle Jitney
In case you get the COE stuck in a narrow alley, you could keep one of these in the back for an easy getaway.
That is, you could if this Multipla was done in scale!
MultiPla005 by DaveTartaglia, on Flickr
This is more like it!
MultiPla006 by DaveTartaglia, on Flickr
can somebody make some tbirds fastbacks?
LOL, till I see a build on the Tbird wagon I'm out !!!
Also found this while googling the other car....
...which I rather like. Full size here...
Half hour quickie from me.
LOL! The Multipla panel is rather kool. Too bad its as big as a tuna can cause i really like the car.
Love the Torino-bird. Is it a real car? looks like a p-shop.
The Thunderbird Italien.
Might just be my favorite show car of all time. Not a line out of place.
Very cool stuff on here
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I did this one a while ago, about the best you'll get out of me. '57 Fairlane roof on a 'bird.
Any other takers on this one? I'd like to see a few different color schemes and body mods if i can to get some different ideas? He's planning on chopping it this winter. Thanks!
Can anyone out there photoshop this car? If you can i would really appreciate it!! Thx
American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels
Door Handel and ship on the hood shaved
Different kind of running boards or no running boards.
No Vent windows
Any color you pick!
I know its a lot but i would really apreciate it and recomend you for your good work!!!
Thats just wrong on so many levels. But the other one you founds cool.
Nice of you to mention it.
(I am kidding btw - I just did it quickly to see what would happen, and as you rightly say - it´s a bit off!)
Okay, so James D was kind enough to work this up for me based on my description of intended mods on my next car, a '51 Chevy coupe that is in pieces all over my shop.
Progress has stopped in its tracks since the birth of my son this past Spring. Since I haven't been able to actually work on my car, I'm thinking about it instead. (Always dangerous!)
Could someone please take this photo and install the bottom half of a 1949-50 Chevy 4-door stone guard on the rear quarter panel?
I am trying to decide if I like the rear quarter totally shaved as it is in the image I have, or if it needs just a little something.
I've also seen a nice little piece on a couple Chevy kustoms in old books and Bob has that piece on his convertible. Anyone know what that piece is? Can I see it on my car too?
(I stole the photo of Bob's car off the HAMB. I hope that's okay.)
That´s a tough call, and I´ve just been agonising about exactly that on this for ModelAPunk but in the end I think it is a good idea. You can flick an extra bit fo chrome off it too, to continue the rocker panel chrome trim to the rear bumper, rather than have it stop dead.
Ah, I like the way that looks. Just enough bright, but not enough to interfere with the lines and curves of the body. It might not be an original idea, but I thought of it without having seen any cars done that way.
I was even also thinking of making up a stainless steel "bloomer" (like on my '53) to continue the line back to the bumper! I guess we have similar ideas?
put these on my car with the caps trust me it will look good
Here it is - in butterscotch.
40Plym02 by DaveTartaglia, on Flickr
And here's how I would do it if it were my car:
40Plym06 by DaveTartaglia, on Flickr
Very Nice. You did a great job!! Could you do it black with some flames with these rims?
Thx for your help!!
I'll have to let someone else take a crack at the flame job, though.
I would like to see this car:
In this pink with a black roof:
and one with the pink and a white roof. If it is not too much trouble I would also like to see it on black steel wheels with chrome baby moons. And if you could also lose the parking cone thing as well Thanks in advance Murf
Could you do a quick one with a '49-50 Chevy piece? (It has a very different contour at the rear than the '51-52, curved rather than straight.)
I would if I could find a clear pic of one.
Here's the pink ones with black or white roofs. Could not find wheels at the right angle.
Any takers on the 40 plymouth? Thx
Don't feel bad, at least they were nice enough to change the stance and colors! Mine didn't even get noticed. I'll be in my room now throwing a tissy fit =(
Just kidding! My car is borderline O/T and probably not thought of well. BUT, if anyone would like to play with it...... Maybe a gasser?
Where is your car posted? I looked a few pages back but didn't see anything.
Btw I prefer the hot rod and Gasser style photoshops, plenty of guys here can do the Kemps but they're not really my thing.
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