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


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  2. waylow64bird
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    from Buffalo MN

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    I love this generation of Packards. Those big gorpy grilles are a bugger to clean up and get right, though. I wanted to keep the Packard look and tried multiple approaches. I finally gave up and put the stock grille back in!
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  5. Italian-esque/Ghia looking sort of facelift. That grille surround is way too clunky for me. 1951-packard-facelifted.jpg
     
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  6. I was wondering what the 57-59 ford F100's would look like as a sort of bronco. Anyone wanna try a rendering? 20200406_222546.jpeg

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    Looking to put an image to the voices in my head I tried but couldn’t come up with pics from the same angle I am thinking a mash up of Torchies truck with skirts, Royalshifters(now?) front clip with Cad grille, with a nod to the Porter truck with WWW and channeled to upholstered running boards most of the parts are collected but would be awesome to see if the voices in my head are just crazy Thanks D646C66D-49C2-4355-87B0-5B83F62DF00F.jpeg 3C27CABC-EE08-4E0B-B686-04E03B0C8C76.jpeg 745B7942-37D4-4CA7-A50B-217552FBA679.jpeg AFF19587-F76E-4A6D-A771-7637ECE5CD10.jpeg CE0C744C-871E-405A-927A-AC2DEDA79D37.jpeg
     
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    Love the Euro style reworked grille and bumper on this rendition! I feel like this would lend itself well to a more sportscar-like convertible/roadster with Carribean style wheel arches front and rear.
     
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    Could one of gents add some with walls to the car please and thank you


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    Gollee, Its BEE YOU TEE FUL !!!!! radius the rear wheel opening to round,,
    take two aspirin and call be in the morning !!!
     
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    James D, themoose, and Madfish - nice job, all three, especially with that enormous mouth.
    James D - Your version (minus the center bar) reminds me a a certain rare sportscar from the fifties, but I can't put my finger on it. Cunningham maybe?
    themoose - Nice and simple. I tried something like that, but couldn't get the size and perspective right.
    Madfish, Racy eggcrate - I like.

    Here is one of the Packard Panamerican showcars. It was originally chopped, sectioned, and channeled by the Henney company and debuted in 1952. This one was customized multiple times by its owner, Ed Macauley (Packard’s styling chief) when he owned it personally.
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    Here's a Willys like yours I did a few years ago. My grandpa had one. AeroLark Final1.jpg
     
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    Basically the cad grille in a 46-8 passenger car front clip on a channeled to the running boards F1 like the Porter Truck with skirts and wide whites. A ton of metal work in real life. A chopped custom tail dragger with a bed. An elegant shop truck if you will.
     

  16. Different...

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  17. That actually looks pretty cool... I wonder what it would look like with the 50's era two tone and "wood" trim.

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    First thing you need to do it throw (away?) those clip-on Moon-styled discs. They just shout pretender – you couldn't race with them anywhere. Could make good frisbies(?).
     
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    Would one of you Photoshop gurus work your magic on this photo please? Drop it so the fender lip is at the white wall and remove the wooden bed sides. Change the color to a semigloss green and change the chrome grill and bumpers to white paint. Then if you are feeling really generous do a semigloss medium blue one and a semigloss black one as well?

    Thanks!

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    ^^ I saw a picture of one of these Willys wagons with the earlier style front clip like Madfish's photoshop rendering, the one I saw was kinda tacky 90's streetrod style but the front clip fit on the body pretty well and it mostly worked. I like the above version's rear fenders better, the 40's front fenders don't mesh well with the boxy wheel openings of the wagon. I think it'd work best with the boxy portion of the body woodgrained.
     
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    Thanks, I've seen the street rod you were referencing. I wasn't envisioning just the front fenders, I was thinking of using
    the whole front clip and making it fit. I don't care about the woodgrain, everyone else has done it.
     
  24. Squablow
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    Me too, all I meant by that comment is that the shape of the early front fender doesn't match the shape of the original rear wheel opening of the wagon, that's why I like your version with narrowed Willys rear fenders, that way the wheel openings match.
     
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  25. Stan Back
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    "Would one of you Photoshop gurus work your magic on this photo please? Drop it so the fender lip is at the white wall and remove the wooden bed sides. Change the color to a semigloss green and change the chrome grill and bumpers to white paint. Then if you are feeling really generous do a semigloss medium blue one and a semigloss black one as well?"

    . . . and close the hood.
     
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  27. @madfish
    A whole different take on this bad boy...:eek:

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