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

  1. Rot 'n Kustom
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    Here's a similar Imperial I did awhile back. Taillights in the trim.
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  5. shorrock
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  6. 33 coupe
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    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
     
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  8. atch
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    This cleaned the lines up greatly. I like it way better than the factory version. Thanx.

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    And here's the original for comparison:

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  9. Squablow
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    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.

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  10. Gas_Tires_Oil
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    Thanks Moose, you're awesome. Can you do it in beige as well please? Much appreciated.
     
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  12. 33 coupe
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  13. Gas_Tires_Oil
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    Thanks again Moose! Hope to meet you someday as we're both in CT.
     
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  15. verde742
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    I really like it when exhaust from header down is blackened......
     
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  16. 1pickup
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    I see what you did with that license plate. Nice.
     
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  17. 33 coupe
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  18. ratfink56
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    Could someone pleas put blackwalls and white wheels on this? Thanks in advance. [​IMG]
     
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  20. ratfink56
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    Thanks Moose. That looks great.
     
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  21. OahuEli
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    Again?:D
     
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  22. jakesbackyard
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    1. Upholstery

    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.


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  23. You might try the stock 50 Ford "Seafoam Green".

    Mick
     
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  24. Uribe
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    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 20210207_142541.jpg
     
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  25. jakesbackyard
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    That has been a thought, but I’m not much of a green guy.
     
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  27. GearheadsQCE
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    When I was a kid my Dad had a '50 Ford Tudor that was Seafoam Green. We called it 'Sick Green'. That was appropriate :D
     
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  28. verde742
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    so well done !!! I MEAN SOOO WELL DONE !!!!!
     
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  29. jakesbackyard
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    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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