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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
Thats a super good job you did on my coupe. Thanks a bunch...
A little clarification. This picture with car lowered and the red rims and the same picture with the car lowered and with black rims.
Then this picture with car lowered and the red rims and the same picture with the car lowered and with black rims.
Thanks for the help.
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Hey Mark....here's your coupe with the Cragar SS and spinners.....
....and here it is with the Weld Prostars....
Hey Glenn, I don't know about anyone else, but I don't see any images on your posts. Is this the image you want PS'd?
I took a picture of my Mom's Chevelle and was screwing around with it!
One of our friend's Edsel!
This is another friends car. That I thought needed an old time feel to it!
Yet another good friends car I tried to do a LOMO effect on.
This car I absolutely LOVE! I see it every year at Back to the 50's. I even drew it out for my first T-shirt design with Louie & Roscoe. So I had to give it a grunge type feel to it!
My Wagon picture is in Post #12826 that I would like help with.
Cragars are cool, but a HAMB vehicle might need a different set of skins...
Yep! These look better than SS's!
Here are some more pictures to choose from, I would like to see the wheels in White and other colors that may look good.
As you can see the car is Bright White, with all Black interior.
Thank You for your assistance!
Workin' now Glenn! White...
Apple Green...what other colors do you want to see?
THANK YOU Andy !!! You-da-man!
Do you have any other color suggestions???
Well????? .... I have had 'My Buddy's' suggest
1. Root Beer
3. Washington Blue
6. Gold ( not a yellow, but more towards a Hurst Gold)
How's that ?
Or maybe orange-ish copper...y...ish...
(Not sure if I got this correct or not...)
Pretty good list!
(If some of the colors are a little bit off it's most likely because I just got back from my favorite watering hole watching Mizzou beat TAMU and ready for Auburn!)
Red! Definately red! It pops the best!
Thank You ! After you see your car with several wheel colors it just makes you realize how great the Red Looks.
Can you do this one with White Hubs too?
Just want to see if it gives it the 'steelie' look or not.
Oh or red with white hub caps and trim rings! Old school!
I'm not a fan...
I do like the red with white cap, and trim rings. I just think when the caps got photshopped it make them look like they were popping out, or like an inch or two tall. Which couldn't be avoided! Still think the regular red is best!
Would like a couple different options: I'd like to see it done as a gasser with pie crust slicks on chrome reverse with magnesium 5 spokes up front.
Or matching chrome reverse on front with a little more rake. Or same with mismatched front rims. Going for a late 60's-early 70's street racer/ gasser vibe..
PLEASE and Thank You
I'm a fan of the Rootbeer. Traditional and classy.
I'd like to see the rims in a darker gold, like Dow 7 coatings used on the old Mag wheels....
I also think that they may look good in a 1940 Ford Maroon, then a guy could put a 1/16" white pin stripe on the edge of the wheel rim.
This is a tough challenge on a all white car .....
Looking at turning this into a Ute. Could someone move the C pillar forward until it touches the B pillar forming a small A shaped quarter window and the bed would begin just after that. Maybe a good lowering and a 50's green paint job.
Hello photo shop guru's. I'm hoping some could lower my truck pretty much to the ground but still driveable for a static drop and clean up the chrome on the grill. And do a rendition in a robins egg blue, aqua shade. And one in white with a heavy blue pearl if possible. It would also be awesome to see the running boards chromed. I'm not sure which photo will work the best/easiest. So feel free to choose. Hoping to get a fire under my ass again. Many thanks in advance.
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