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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
OK, Now Fully radius the fender wells. OPEN them. Please on the Nash..
Here's a side view
i got an easy one for you hopefully
Flat black with the back bumper and tail light covers painted flat black as well.
And the front with the whole front bumper flat black and then only the bottom part of the 2pc painted with only the top part left chrome and both hood emblems removed.
Gosh I want to comment on the "idea" but I just can't..
Would be a big job to "invert" the colors on this
And by invert, I mean turn red to blue, and blue to red.
And if there is an idea for I nice paint combo involving the dark red, as it's the only color I currently have in stock.
Here's the side view...
THIS IS THE BEST.....Thanks themoose, luv it
My thought, custom guy is having a family. Sold his cruiser. Now wants mildly customize the family car.
The old Nash's were kinda ugly but the do have possibilities.
I'd love to see the front if you have time. Finishing up the body work and trying to lock down my decision
What's that? I'd love to hear it. I've seen it on other styles and am trying to lock down my decision before it heads to paint.
I need some ideas for a "Watson" type paint scheme. I'd like to keep the red body and black top. Maybe a red flake on the body and I'm thinking a red lace treatment on the roof. I want to do a full on Watson outline of the body lines and belt line but, should the outlines be done in black to accent the roof or does anyone
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think I can get away with a pearl white for the outlines? (the interior is in white with black accents) Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks guys.
Here a a few color combo's
That blue & grey looks classic.
If the Masters don't mind, I've got a technical question about photoshop.
I'm trying to get a grip on the tools but haven't managed a successful repaint yet. Which method do you use or prefer? I understand if it's too involved to explain here and am happy if you can post any links to tutorials I can follow.
Any assistance you can offer would be greatly appreciated and a wholehearted thank you to everyone that contributes to this thread. You all do amazing work that I know takes up a considerable amount of time and effort.
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OK...JUst for @verde742
The Moose absolutely stunning, YOU ARE THE GREATEST !!!
Who could fault that? I love it... Maybe Rick Dore will contract build it.?
Some good tips here on HAMB
Would anyone care to put a '59 Buick bumper on a '59 Ford?
I don't know if these pictures will help.
I didn't know if you wanted the parking lights or not so here they are...
oooo no take out parking lights and move bumper up, wipe out dip in grille.
Moose, you absolutely rule!
I agree with verde742...the parking lights should go, but I think the bumper is fine where it is.
The grille should be brought down instead. (A tube grille might be the ticket.)
Once again, Moose, thanks a hundred!
Can someone "paint" my old coupe with this Corvette yellow?
If you'd like, you can also do a color you think would be good for the coupe.
Could I see the amc with the stance and wheels and tires of the black car
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