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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
Here's a similar Imperial I did awhile back. Taillights in the trim.
Thanks very much, version 2 it is!
Can you show it to me with white wall tire and black wheels and maybe even black walls tires and black wheels.
Thanks for your help
This cleaned the lines up greatly. I like it way better than the factory version. Thanx.
And here's the original for comparison:
This would be easy enough to do using a '63 Imperial rear bumper and putting tail lights in the reverse light holes. I agree, the design is much nicer looking without the "flashlights". I'm still going all-in on the '61 fins, but that is a nice, clean look.
Thanks Moose, you're awesome. Can you do it in beige as well please? Much appreciated.
Thanks Moose. I like the black wheels
Thanks again Moose! Hope to meet you someday as we're both in CT.
Like the beige-tinged-with-gold style...
I really like it when exhaust from header down is blackened......
I see what you did with that license plate. Nice.
Thanks again for the help. I appreciate your time.
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Could someone pleas put blackwalls and white wheels on this? Thanks in advance.
Thanks Moose. That looks great.
Moose did a great job of photo shopping my “Ranchero” from a pic of my project in its early stages and a nice grey coupe 2 years ago. I am a couple weeks away from putting it in final primer which I am going to drive it in for the summer. Next up is glass and interior. I need to decide on interior color and so should try figure out an exterior color first. The interior will be maroon, distressed grey, or a caramel color. I’ve always had the light grey exterior in my mind, but lately thinking about other choices. Yes; I’d love black, navy, or maroon, but at 71 I don’t want to have to wash it every day. So the light grey, soft yellow, a taupe (tan) or similar are in my thoughts. I want a solid, NO bright yellow, orange or red color. Either wheel combo will work. So I’m asking for ideas and help from the masters on here. Thank you. Jake.
You might try the stock 50 Ford "Seafoam Green".
This is my "wifes" car. She has been talking about wanting to paint it Wimbledon white with a rose gold top. Would like to ask if someone can do that for me please. I would like to show my wife ,and hopfully that will inspire her so we can finally get it done. Thanks
That has been a thought, but I’m not much of a green guy.
When I was a kid my Dad had a '50 Ford Tudor that was Seafoam Green. We called it 'Sick Green'. That was appropriate
so well done !!! I MEAN SOOO WELL DONE !!!!!
Thanks much Moose. That answers that question. You did a great job, but neither of those spark my interest. How about similar to this 49 convert?
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