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

  1. I'm guessing that this is what your after?
     

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  2. Not quite . Looking to streach fenders to front of bed . Thank you any way .
     
  3. Rot 'n Kustom
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    This probably wasn't what you were expecting. Your car is so nice, I decided to make it a "Country Club Custom." 1947 Cadillac wheels, wood sides, and a drop in the back. If you could stretch for it, I'd add Caddy bumpers, too.

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  4. ok.......
     

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  5. OK < that's just right . thank you , Blue
     
  6. Ruben Duran
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    Rot 'n Kustom.....that's cool, man....and different!

    I went with the smooth look.....lowered evenly, fender chrome trim and bumperettes removed, frenched headlights and Caddy sombreros.

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  7. Rot 'n Kustom,

    Nice job! I wasn't expecting a Country Club kit on my car. LOL! I know a guy who has a bone stock '48 with the wood kit on it and it looks great, but not for me. What year Caddy bumpers did you have in mind?

     
  8. Thanks Ruben Duran! I plan on keeping the trim and I just chromed the headlight rims and added 'eyebrows' (Similar to 53 Caddy headlight rims, very subtle). Smooth bumpers look good and I like the Sombrero's with the bullet center. Car sit's level now with 2" lowering blocks in the rear and I plan on putting on 15" wheels to lower it just a bit more. I have the skirts and those will also be put back on the car. Keep the ideas coming!

     
  9. Rot 'n Kustom
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    Thanks, Ruben. I dig your version, too. I noticed we both kept the sun visor; a love-it-or hate-it item. I have one just like that waiting to slip under a car some day.
     
  10. Rot 'n Kustom
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    Thanks! I really like late forties styling. For the bumpers, I was thinking 1947 Caddy. They have very clean lines with really cool bumper bombs and a center section which could be sectioned for width, if needed. Pic below.

    I noticed that you are thinking of switching to 15" wheels to drop the car. If you go from 16" to 15", that will only drop the car 1/2" - the radius from hub to ground (assuming approximately same tire wall size).

    Personally, I like the look of a 16" wheel with a big wide whitewall. Your car has the bulk to pull it off. Good luck with it!
     

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  11. Hey 206tee...That's one great looking Chevy. If it were mine I wouldn't touch a thing so I thought I'd have some fun with it.....Just remember...Slow steady breathing usually will counteract the affects of hyperventilating:D

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  12. Wow! From mild to wild! After I picked myself up from the ground, I like what you did. I wondered what the car would look like with full smoothies. The car will be a mild custom :). Nothing as wild as what you did:D Any thoughts on DeSoto ribbed bumpers or pinstriping? Where are the good areas to pin stripe the car?

     
  13. I like your idea about the Caddy bumpers. Any thoughts on DeSoto ribbed bumpers?

     
  14. Rot 'n Kustom
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    If you mean the 1937 DeSoto inspired Briz bumper, I'd say no. They don't have enough visual weight for your car.

    But if you like a ribbed style, look at the 1949 Plymouth.It's visually a better fit, and the ribs will echo your fender trim, too.
     

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  15. Johnny V
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    I just spent 2 hours at work going through this entire thread. I have to say it is absolutely amazing what you guys can do. Not only the killer photo shopping but the visions as well!! Thanks!!
     
  16. The Briz bumper was what I had in mind. Now, the pic of the '49 Plymouth bumpers does look nice and like you said, is a better fit visually.

     
  17. fleet-master
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    hi guys,would one of you be happy to delete the side grilles from the front fenders of this 1940 Stude for me please? Much thanks in advance.
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  18. LN7 NUT
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    I thought I would dislike the look, it's not bad though.

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  19. fleet-master
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    Hey thanks LN7 Nut, great job!
     
  20. LN7 NUT
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    My pleasure, it was a fun challenge for me!
     
  21. FlatheadFanFromMI
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    Looking for inspiration. A friend of mine is building a 1927 Chevy, and is looking for color choices. Single color, two tone, three tone, whatever you can think of. Thank-You in advance for your time and talent.
     

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  22. damnfingers
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    ^^^^
    What's wrong with the color it already is?
     
  23. Strittan
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    It's been a while since I played with Photoshop so I thought I'd turn a '55 into a mild custom. Thoughts?
     

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  24. Nice. A subtle color change, a nice rake, and "decontenting." Yup, that'll do!
     
  25. roddinron
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    Nice, but to me nothing says custom more than stance. Drop the back end and it will make all the difference in the world, rakes say hot rod.
     
  26. Lee_Ford
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    Love the red wheels...and the stance... Good Job.
     
  27. Hey Strittan....I like your custom but I though the gasser style should get equal exposure.;)


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  28. verde742
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    love that car, fired my rocket,, and a Chevy !!!no less?

    like to see more of it.. whatta a neat-ty
     
  29. Strittan
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    Very cool, nice work!

    By the way, the way I did the custom is pretty much what I'm aiming for with my '56.


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  30. StarChief54
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    Hello!
    I've asked for help before and the result was great!
    But, now I got new plans, can anyone lower my pontiac about 1" in the rear and paint the roof brown (flake)?
     

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