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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
Make a tail drager out of my 37 with skirts and flipper wheel covers on front , and change color to a maroon .Also body must be dropped at rear .
Wasn't sure you were saying whole body maroon so...
Dang. You are too fast for me Moose.
Thanks Moose thats the way car looked in 1948 except could you remove flamed area in rear and make it maroon ?
Yes make whole body maroon , and thanks again !
Yes make whole body maroon , and thanks again ![/QUOTE]
will you put the rest of the hood on it please.?
I'm not as good at that kind of thing as Moose but...
Could I get someone to get a better visual on a couple colors for my Model A please. I’m still having trouble making up my mind. The bare metal coupe is my car the others are colors I would like photoshopped please. Boxwood green, light blue and a medium blue. TIA
That's real nice.
Sorry the colors aren't exact matches to your examples. Hope these give you the idea though.
This is it!!! OMG!!!! So nice
@TrueBritt ... Just for the heck of it I thought I'd do one in the color of my 32 Chev...
Whoa. That is WAY better.
Dang moose that is some amazing work. It looks real! The dark red looks tough! Could I talk you into trying your hand at the blues? Thanks!
Thanks you sir I appreciate it! That definitely helps
How about without the hood sides?
I like it! How about black headers, black radius rods and and I’m on the fence on headlights?
A fellow Studebaker enthusiast is building a quad cab Studebaker Champ pickup. He's currently trying to figure out a solution for the triangular wedge behind the back door. Can one of you artists try a version with a triangular window and another with it blanked out? The white wagon is for shape reference and the green truck is for color reference. If you can put in the front door and fill in the complete lower bodyside, that's great. The gentle bodyside "crease" runs from the front door all the way to the cab corner. But don't worry about the front sheetmetal. Thanks in advance!
I did not run the crease all the way to the cab corner... I would let it end in the middle of the rear door the way the Lark wagon seems to, and remove it from the cab corner. I think that having it drop through the front door and remain level in the rear door would be awkward. I guess you could rework all 4 doors but I think the wagon treatment was a good solution.
Yup thats for me! Add 32 headlights set back a little bit and thats my dream car. Maybe a set of black 35 wires.
Maybe a Unibody is more the ticket .....
Thank you so much, 7berkmerc! I will share these with him to provide some inspiration. Hopefully it will help determine how the back of the cab is resolved.
Didn't they use a Dodge bed like this, too?
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