The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
I like this
needs a chop top though that would be rad
Can anyone help me out with the hood back to original color and then slammed on the ground?
slam them on in the weeds
Here is my real one in the weeds.
That is so cool
That's way cool man
Can somebody change the color of the 32 into the tan of the truck? And black rims (Working on the next project)
Sorry if the pictures are shitty.
Any chance someone could put these Ridler rims on "Rusty" our 54' F100? Thanks in advance!
I don't often comment on the changes I make but in this case I think old "Rusty" looks much better with his old shoes
Damn, Moose. That was quicker than he could have had them put on for real.
I think your right! Thanks for the work.
Just for the heck of it, here it is with a fairly hard chop.....
That's pretty sweet....lol, how hard would it be to erase the chick's jeans?
Dirty dirty dirty mind
OK....I erased her jeans
Good one, Moose.
I was thinking erasing her was also a dirty trick!
Boy , those pants did make her look heavier!
Can anyone take a stab at chopping the roof on my 37 coupe. I would like to retain the factory profile by taking 3" vertically out and moving the roof forward and down. Moving the sail panel forward and relocating the b-pillar back to line up and then adding a section to the trunk area vs. slanting the rear window. Also as I know the quarter window is a problem (becoming too small, out of proportion) I would like to stretch the corners to follow the drip rail better.
I am thinking it will be a deep maroon when the time comes and will be running tear drop skirts and hood sides with 54 caddy caps.
Thanks to anyone in advance. I'd really like to see it with the longer trunk before I decide to commit or maybe it will help me decide if slanting the back window is a better choice.
In the end I just came up the best profile i could.
Thanks James D!! Looks great to my eyes, any chance you can put it in a maroon color like this:
Really appreciate the work you did.
Would still like to see it without a slanted back, with the roof moved forward and down and a bit added to the trunk area if anyone is up to it
Can't thank you enough James D, it amazes me what some of you guys can do with photos!
Could someone please photoshop my RPU again please. It's the tan brown main color from the Model A sedan photo . Can you do it in all brown please. Thank you appreciated.Bob...
Here's one version....
And a darker one...
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