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

  1. slim tempo
    Joined: Sep 16, 2010
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    Not offended at all. I fell in love with basketweave style wheels when I put a set of Datsun 240z wheels on my Buick Special wagon. 15400361_10211793684305457_7119576026373346162_n.jpg
     
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  2. If you guys get a chance could do 3 pics for me, one with Cragar SS wheels, another with Keystone classics and one with Chrome Reverse, I've supplied some pics that you might be able to use. Thanks in advance, BigO.
    Gloss black.jpg 20191104_120336.jpg CRR-61614_xl.jpg 15x4-Vintage-Early-Cragar-SS-wheels-Gm-4.jpg images.jpeg 209_12_11_10_2_20_17.jpeg s-l400 (3).jpg
     
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  3. Question, are those BMW BBS wheels? Anyway, they look nice.
    Bob
     
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  4. chrome.jpg craiger ss.jpg keystone.jpg
     
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  6. madfish
    Joined: Dec 9, 2006
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  7. lowroder
    Joined: May 17, 2011
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    How about some teal an white ideas....
    Also some black an white...
    Looking for paint ideas on these combos white truck.jpg
     
  8. Rot 'n Kustom
    Joined: Sep 24, 2004
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  9. @madfish
    And then came a couple of kids...:rolleyes:

    Wagon.jpg
     
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  10. Tried a bit of a Hirohata style grille.
    56-ford1.jpg
     
  11. justabeater37
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    Can someone photoshop the Miller Indy grille and hood on to a project model A that needs a front end? Kind of out there, so wondering what it may look like it will likely run 17 or 18” wire wheels Thank you in advance for a small miracle B9DA2266-E868-4EE9-AEE6-C155EC3199FB.jpeg DD427E4F-29B1-4EC7-B1E4-9FC0969DC992.jpeg
     
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  12. What's the roof off of, looks like a '35-'36 Ford. So far its got my attention. Good luck. BigO
     
  13. Lerenzo Rawson
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    Hey guys, I need yet another favor if you have time. Could one of you guys take the gold out, remove the pipes, and make the wheels and trunk lid black please? Thanks for any help! Screenshot_2020-04-20-23-54-07-724.jpeg

    Sent from my 5032W using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
  14. madfish
    Joined: Dec 9, 2006
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    I took a whack at it too...


    Chrysler Ford cad.jpg
     
  15. madfish
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  16. justabeater37
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    It is indeed 35/6 ford which is why I was contemplating the cut down 35 grille
     
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  17. jimmy six
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    That poor Ford... all it needed a was a different paint color and drop the Connie.
     
  18. verde742
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    Two birds were talkin' One said, : You got a new Car? The other one said " No, but I spotted a couple"
     
  19. madfish
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    It's just photoshop. No '56 Fords were hurt in the making of this picture.
     

  20. 1.jpg
     
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  21. justabeater37
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    Wow. That looks even better than I thought it would. It just moved up the build list a few spots Thanks a ton.
     
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  22. Lerenzo Rawson
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    Thanks madfish! That looks great!
     
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  23. madfish
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  24. jimmy six
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    I’m talking about the first photo... nothing was said or asked that I could see. I just thought the guy might be looking for a color change but I don’t know. I’m ok with any of the photo shopped photos.... just thought this one I didn’t see what was asked..
     
  25. madfish
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    No, I get it and take no offense. By way of explanation, most of us who do the photoshop work (in particular MOOSE)
    usually end up helping others. I started a few years ago of posting photos with a stake and rope attached. It's "bait" for
    other photoshoppers to do what ever they want with no restrictions. It mainly gives us a chance to design and show off, a challenge to each other. Usually we try and make it as photorealistic as we can. Cheers!
     
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  26. Old6rodder
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    from SoCal
    1. HA/GR owners group

    :cool:
    Been wondering about that spike & rope thing.
     
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  27. lowroder
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    we appreciate the cool photo work
     
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  28. 2.jpg
     
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  29. verde742
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    moose, and madfish, I wish you guys lived in my 'hood. !!!


    Just about anything looks better with white walls. IMO
     

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