The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
@madfish Looks good...Wayne.Here's one I did of DuJour past
Here are the photos I used to make the Speedster above...along with a little prestidigitation.
OK you PhotoShop Masters, can you make this cool...I'm thinking maybe in a bright red, with your choice of wheels, I kinda like Salt Flats, but whatever you think would look good. And maybe a little altitude adjustment. Thanx. P.S. yup I stole the pic...
Looks like it got stolen again...
OK, themoose, let's try this again, and hopefully, somebody won't steal the pic again!
Put in the weeds please and thank you
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Godzilla no like Rambler...
Here's one I did for Madfish's "Custom-Bait" series. Updated it slightly.
1961 Rambler Sedanca DeVille by James Young. Tongue planted firmly in cheek.
Looks like we have success this time....
Well I did it again, I brought home another project I don't need. I know mercs are over done and there are a ton out there but I am curious if some one would mind photo shopping this for me, if not just ignore the post please LOL. I was thinking lowered with back a little lower than front, white walls, skirts, lancer hubcaps, maybe a chop, and purple with flames? or maybe just satin black I dunno. But I enjoy seeing what you guys come up with, thanks in advance.
Thanx guys, think the smushed Rambler is not the way to go though, themoose, seems to have a better idea. The ranchero version, looks like too much work. Thanx for the ideas.
Here's the four door Merc as a custom. The things I like most about the sedan are the roof line and suicide doors. To show off the doors, I kept the handles. The roof is chopped about two inches above the doors and below the rear window. Lowers the profile in a sneaky way. Dropped lower in the rear, Lancers, and custom side trim made up from stock Merc and a "hockey stick curve" from the parts bin. I had a can of blue paint leftover from another job, so I used it up!
can someone help put these hubcaps on blackwalls for now? thanks
My pleasure. BTW I used to live in Oxford, not far from Chestertown.
Cool I was just in Oxford today working on an AC system. Near the ferry on Strand.
Here's my take on it now get to work!!!!
How bout chrome reverse with baby moons?
Man you killed it again. Thank you very much.
Drop it a few inches and that, my friend, is a winner!
Damn I love that 1941 1.5 ton panel.
Let's have a look......
I plan to talk her into doing that
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