The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
Hey squablow looks like we scared him off!!
Not really, I quickly did a photoshop and emailed it directly to him. No more then we would do for some of you.
It's all part of the game.
I;'m glad he stayed!
I was trying to save him some grief,
was hoping to get him to "get it" about this place,
and make it a little easier!
I'm not sure he is going to stay
I've got 18s and you haven't kicked me off . . .
Thanks Moose I appreciate it.
Thanks heaps, that looks great, I really feel it needs a lift. I just need to get it sitting a little better. Would a green or blue be too much to ask?
I like the idea of using the spear from the US falcon!
Here it is in green. This version is more custom: lowered level, shaved door handles and antenna. I'd do this way!
That looks great @Rot 'n Kustom thanks again, its nice to see these ideas together.
i've got a set of skirts which may make a come back... will see. It's will also get a Windsor in the near future as the ole 6 is getting pretty tired.... thanks again!
Can someone remove the tree? I can crop later. Thanks
OK, about to pull the trigger, but don't know if my ideas will work...so need the help of the P-shop experts. I'd like to see what the wagon would look like in the colors that are on the hardtop, and with redline tires on saltflats with polished rims...thanks in advance.
I didn't get the colors quite right. Black, white and grey are the hardest for me. But this should give you an idea.
We set up a cruise last weekend in one of our towns and got pictures taken by the old historic theater. Could someone eliminate the people standing in the background. Thanks
Thanks madfish, I appreciate it.
Madfish left the f
ire hydrant in. I removed it so you don't get a ticket!
I guess taking the reflections in the front doors of the bystanders that were removed would be a real PITA to do? Regardless the shopped photos are awesome. One of my favorite threads. Can't believe all the talented work that you shoppers do.
THAT'S NOT a reflection, those people ARE NOW INSIDE.. looking out !!!!!
Now if the ass end of the SUV around the corner was removed it could appear to be from nearly 50 years ago!
@Dick Stevens , @verde742 , @51504bat @Rot 'n Kustom , @raymay
Thanx, that gives me a pretty good idea, maybe I need to go with a different wheel choice, anybody have an idea for me?
I like Studebakers! Your choice of redline tires and Salt Flats wheels works for this car, especially with Studebaker's long history at Bonneville. I gave this version a more hot rod look. What do you think?
Nice suggestions Guys and amazing workmanship from madfish. I wonder if you can do one with one of my other cars in front of the theater.
Nice, the Grandkids will get a kick out of this. Thanks again madfish.
Dang, you might of just changed my mind on colors, thanx for the help!
what is this color ? I'm thinking it would look good on my 40 Chrysler
The car was originally painted around 1992/93. We chose a GM color WA146A /37. I believe it was called Medium Teal Poly. It was painted with PPG paint DBU4803. When I sold the car in 2000, the new owner repainted it the same color without the graphics. I bought the car back in 2010 and since then the paint is starting to show its age. We have always loved the color and if I get it repainted the color will stay the same.
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