The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
Doing anything appealing with the front of that series of Dodge pickup is a challenge, and you certainly rose to the occasion, Moose! Love the early T-bird (I believe) grille. Great choice!
Thanks! A friend yesterday told me “ You went from black leather “ Leader of the Pack” to paisley bell bottoms with the paint. Now it’s
“ Crimson and Clover”! Lol
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Hey moose, could you make my coupe turquoise/ teal with a cream accent down the side where the trim would go. Also put the same wheels on the front on the back with a little rake to the car. Sorry for the long request but I just need to see it for inspiration. Would like the wheels from my second picture...... and a hood . Prefer the angle of the second photo also. Thanks in advance.
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OK Bob..Hope this works for you...
Here is a picture of my white '32 in a snowstorm. Could you put wide whites on black steelies on it?
@themoose, thanks for the avatar. i've been told it looks just like me
Looking good Mike!!!
Despite the fact that I can't see the image and that I'm not even Mr. Moose, I still couldn't resist helping out...
I hope that's a good thing!!!!
See Moose can turn a Ford into a Chevrolet
Love to see my roadster with black wheels thanks for any help
i'm past caring
It not only works, I am thrilled. I am amazed that you could find the correct angle for the trunk, I looked everywhere.
What most people don't realize is that Photoshop has all of the tools to create a drawing . If you don't have something you can build it from scratch...Just takes a little longer.
Just letting you Photoshop geniuses know, that long ago, I asked for your help Photoshopping a 53 Lincoln into either a sedan delivery, or a Nomad. I might have even asked to see a 56 Olds Nomad. Your talent and vision has inspired me to actually build the Olds version. I'm just getting it started, after a long search for a good Nomad roof, and I may ask for color help later on in the build.
Intriguing! Can you repost the Photoshop version? And if you plan a build thread, can you share the link here?
I look forward to seeing the outcome. Here a 55 Olds/Nomad I did for somebody awhile back.
Geeze themoose, your skills are amazing! That Olds is stunning!
Moose...how about something like this 58 on the 54 but in silver? Thanks for the help
Not at my skill level. I have a difficult time drawing a bath.
OK here it is in both silver and gold...
56 Olds courtesy of Jim Laga. Nomad, I don't remember who did it, sorry!
love this OLDS, Is it real ???
That Ford doesn't need anything besides hubcaps. If your bud wants to change it this badly tell him to lower it an inch or so all around.
(Although I am guilty of playing the "what if...?" game on this thread as well.)
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It was a little to low for our Michigan roads. It has lowered springs in the rear and lowered coils up front. Got rid of the cut coils and big blocks it had. Drives myche better and still had a good stance. And why would you put hubcaps over chrome reverse wheels? I’ll admit he needs some bullets caps and lugs..the car has a bad ass little SBF, 3 pedals, and gets with the program.. it actually looks lower in real life and sounds like a drag car...
Thanks Moose...always appreciated!!!
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