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Old 01-11-2013, 07:59 AM
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ok last one's for the com's
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:03 AM
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Seriously entertaining! I have to say I love that damn Plymouth! It is brilliantly done! What a master at the craft the builder is, amazing actually. It looks like what they would have built in the styling studio at Chrysler and is very well exactly what that is. It is a work of art in my opinion.

And that just goes to show you, what one man thinks is junk is another mans art. There have been a lot of works of art that were first frowned on. Who knows, maybe that 59 Cad double decker will be loved by all in the future........nope, sorry, it 's still crap.

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Seriously entertaining! I have to say I love that damn Plymouth! It is brilliantly done! What a master at the craft the builder is, amazing actually. It looks like what they would have built in the styling studio at Chrysler and is very well exactly what that is. It is a work of art in my opinion.
The Road Runner Van is one of my favorite photoshop chop jobs. Here are a few more creations by the same artist:




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The Road Runner Van is one of my favorite photoshop chop jobs. Here are a few more creations by the same artist:




I like this, too bad they didn't build it but I've always been a El Camino / Ranchero fan.
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Wow, that is some awesome photoshop work, I thought it was real!

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hahaha, hey, JR, I wonder what the hourly wage for a "puppy sweater knitter" is?
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:58 AM
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I kinda dig the Buick. The mascot sweater was as common in the resto-rod 70's as the time out kids a few decades later.

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I like that buick also. Here's a few more COM's
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no clue what this is, but some actual factory car from 30's. Anybody?
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somebody who thought, if a small spoiler would work, a bigger one would work better!!
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no clue what this is, but some actual factory car from 30's. Anybody?
are you saying the 1930's??? if so, then I doubt that very seriously
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are you saying the 1930's??? if so, then I doubt that very seriously
I don't know maybe 40's or 50's then, I had the car in my files because I liked the hood ornament (see the below, its some reclining women holding a wrench or something) and the rest of the car was just weird. I've since forgot who built them and would like to know. Might be a good question for Brian and his trivia thread, except I would not know the answer!!
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That looks an awful lot like a 40 Buick grille.

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That looks an awful lot like a 40 Buick grille.

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I was thinking that myself, the grille also has an Indy car look, maybe a Bentley. I feel like I have seen this car before. C'mon guys, help a feller out!
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