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Old 04-29-2006, 08:17 AM
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Need a Photochopping for color

Can someone change this pic to a few different colors so I can maybe make a decision as to what I want. I like the orange but something in the back of my head is telling me different. I'd like a dark navy, and maybe a couple of different colors that appeals to others to see if it is something I want to go with. Basically my truck is going to be almost identical to this one except the height will not be so extreme. The wheels and hood will be the same though. Thanks all.

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Old 04-29-2006, 05:24 PM
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Here's a few different chops for you kevin. I didn't get all the orange completly out since It was a quickie job, but you get the idea.



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Old 04-29-2006, 11:32 PM
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Need a Photochopping for color

Good job WakBordr7387. I like the green one. I have been partial to green on Chevy trucks lately since seeing one on the street. If you check out the fleet colors on the big rigs there are some very unique green colors out there that are not making their way to street pickups. When they do the pickups look great as these colors are not seen very often.
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heres a blue one
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if you like the orange yellow color gamma
then you'll love the HoK tangelo
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The more that I look the harder the decision is getting. I am still leaning towards the orange and have seen quite a few trucks and cars in the PPG Orange Glow which is borderline to the HOK Tangerine or HOK Sunset, but then from looking at some magazines the Copperhead truck that Stacy David built also looks good. And there are no shortbeds running around that is that color. I do know that red is out. In the 5 minutes that it took me to drive back to work at lunch yesterday I saw 11 trucks that were red and I don't know how many red cars. Do red is definitely crossed off of my list. I do like the solid blue and the solid lime green but don't know how I would like it long term. And green is one color I don't think I have ever owned. Keep the ideas coming. I have about a week before we start jammin'.

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post pictures of the colors you like so ican make a kwik change ... btw are you on the fsc.com forum ?
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btw you know the equivalent of sunset yellow in dupont ? cause i was told that lot of hok color were also in chroma dupont line and hot hues line.

check this out :
http://www.fullsizechevy.com/forums/...d.php?t=206873

im with the slingshot yellow but may change my opinion if i can get an equivalent of sunset with dupong paint
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if you like the orange yellow color gamma
then you'll love the HoK tangelo
In color chart Tangelo looks pretty different,it's more orange than yellow.
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yes is an awesome orange
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The color is picked I am going with Prowler Orange. The reason being is that with a Kandy paint the color will fade somewhat over time and this truck will be a daily driver sitting out in the weather during the day. And if I had Kandy and something happened and I had to repair a panel the match would be off. Prowler Orange will be a little darker than the picture but it will pop in the sunlight. So we are getting some paint today and maybe start jammin' tomorrow.
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cxpcman...I we to FSC and look at what you posted. I think mine will turn out pretty close to your third pic. We are going to shoot the body this week I believe if everything goes right.

Here is the pic you had posted:
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cxpcman...I we to FSC and look at what you posted. I think mine will turn out pretty close to your third pic. We are going to shoot the body this week I believe if everything goes right.

Here is the pic you had posted:
that site is great isn't it ? ... that color is really cool ..it's like a cooper orange with gold pearl for the ghost flames .....

i really don't like ghost flames unless they're made really well .

post pictures of your ride to see how it's going.

btw heres the "expected look" of my truck
how to two one
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