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

  1. flynbrian48
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    You would post that AFTER I get the top done on my '59!!! I'd keep cutting but I don't want to lose the tonneau cover with it's cool headrest bumps. I thinned the B rear pillars almost that much, it looks great in the shop, I haven't rolled it outside yet, to busy with the wrecking the Diamond T...
    That looks GREAT! Somebody, not me, needs to build that...

    Brian

     
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  3. Anyone else wanna give it a try? ImageUploadedByTJJ1366507540.694251.jpg ImageUploadedByTJJ1366507551.230910.jpg


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  4. OahuEli
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    You cracked me up Brian! Looking forward to seeing your '59.
     
  5. Could some one photoshop a hood without sides over my engine please:)
    another link
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  7. El Camino Kid
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    Thanks James!!!
     
  8. El Camino Kid
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    X3!!! Thanks you guys!!! El Camino Kid
     
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  10. Holy schnikies! That looks awesome!


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  11. Btrsweet
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    Would be a wild looking machine LOL
     
  12. flynbrian48
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    Interesting, but the cowl area is too long for the engine to be completely out in front. Wouldn't that look better proportioned if the engine were set back into the cowl, letting the former front fender sides be hood panels? Let the scoop stick out of the "hood", and it'd have to be a little longer than shown now to "cover" the entire engine, pinched at the front with a rear radiator, grill between the tail lights. Everybody's a critic...

    Brian
     
  13. cosmic12
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    Works for me! That is exactly what I was thinking. Very neat ride.
     
  14. I think it's a good bit of inspiration and an idea of where to go with the idea.


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  15. LeoH
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    How about adding a few miles an hour to my flathead six top end and making the grille black and white checkered flag look?

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    If you can, while someone is at it, I'd love to see the grille with and without the chrome inside the nose and make it white, with the black and white checkerboard in the grille. I'm curious to see if that makes the grille POP any.

    Gotta get some larger sideview pics, the album photos are too small to use right now.:(
     
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  16. LeoH
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    How about a subtle coloring? Blue roof, flake or pearled, matching the seats inside, wide whites, and matching blue on the wheel rims. Wheelcovers stay. Rear skirts.
    Photo at the bottom of the interior to reference: THANKS!!

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    I guess there are 2 blues to choose from: The dash or the seats, the carpet's not a nice example to compare to:

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  17. Would it be possible to add hood sides with a few louvres. Thanks in advance:)
     
  18. Leebo!
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    I know where a real-life one of these is. Always thought it would be cool to rescue. I really had to look when i came up on it, as the conversion was pretty convincing.

    Now i may have to go check it out again!


     
  19. tripleduece
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    Please help master photoshoppers...

    Want to lower her 3" aprox front and back and see what these "newfangled"
    Wheels might look like too. (Without the white letters) lol:p
    She will have a front bumper too.

    Thanks in advance guys!!!!

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  20. atomickustom
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    Thank you! That definitely has my brain working.
     
  21. kenmo
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    Damn cool!!!!!
     
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  23. Thank you Btsweet awesome job once again.
     
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    No problem :D
     
  25. sevenevez
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    here ya go

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  26. tripleduece
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    Sevenevez, thank you sir!!! My suspicions are confirmed. She has to have air ride,3 is not low enough.
     
  27. daddio211
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    Hi guys, hoping to get some color ideas for my wife's T roadster. Could someone do a color change (or two) for us?

    The windshield will be chopped at/below the blue tape and rounded at the top. The chassis and suspension will be gloss black and it will run a '29 A grill shell... possibly painted, possibly chrome.

    1. Semi gloss black with deep red (ox blood) interior, wheels and engine.

    2. Gloss maroon (think stock '40 Ford) with tan (peanut butter) interior, wheels and engine.

    3. Flattened cranberry body with tan interior, wheels and engine.

    Any help is sincerely appreciated, and you certainly don't have to follow my guidelines. We're getting close to the time to buy paint and she can't decide.

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  28. dragsled
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    Thanks again here it is all painted, Still have to have it lettered
     

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  29. sevenevez
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    ha! awesome man! i don't think anything is more rewarding in the photoshop thread than to see someone ask for an idea, then see it on an image, then actually do it! which you did. thanks for showing it
     

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