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Old 07-27-2014, 11:32 PM
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Chzyrider,

I don't care if you mislable/misspell/misname it as a "GTMZXRQV Gizmobile", I think that it is soooooper cool and appreciate you sharing your talent and imagination with us!!

MORE! MORE! MORE!

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I am a complete dutz when it comes to photoshop, but I have always tried to imagine what the following would look like:

1963 Corvette Splt-window Coupe with a 1958 Chevy Impala roof vent, 1958 (or even 1959) Chevy rear end and taill light treatment and a 1960 Corvette front end and headlights.

Or howabout the 1963 Corvette except with 1968 Dodge Charger rear end/taillights and a 1957 Chevy hood with the '68 Dodge Charger grill and hidden headlights.

I just bought my wife a 2014 Cadilliac SRX (Ruby Red Metallic). Would love to see it as a pickup truck!!!!

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chevy stole my idea

chevy ssr


58 truk, mine's cooler (no photochop)
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Very nice work and images....
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Chzyrider,

I don't care if you mislable/misspell/misname it as a "GTMZXRQV Gizmobile", I think that it is soooooper cool and appreciate you sharing your talent and imagination with us!!

MORE! MORE! MORE!

Tom
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I just bought my wife a 2014 Cadilliac SRX (Ruby Red Metallic). Would love to see it as a pickup truck!!!!
Thanks, I appreciate the comments. Those combination suggestions are a bit beyond my level at this point, but I'll work on a red Caddy version for you similar to the Lincoln profile and post it here soon.
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Yeah that's a cool truck, I got a '55 that I'm hoping to restore someday.
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Another previous chop

Here's a 1955 Oldsmobile edited into a 2-seater version.

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A few more profile chops

Here's a 2dr Sport Coupe concept version of a 1970 Plymouth GTX.


Here's a 1969 Shelby Mustang GT500 convertible edited into a hardtop coupe.
Roof was added from standard '69 Mustang..., because they never made it this way.


And here's a somewhat wilder "what if.." concept for the Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird or Dodge Daytona.
What if.. it was a cab-forward mid-engine design?

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That top "Superbird" looks like it could be lighting up the Salt Flats! Cool!
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Jus my opinion...of the last 3-4 pics, only the Mustang looks decent, the rest look awful, all out of proportion...rear of car is too long on 'Runner and S-Bird, even too odd looking on the 50's Olds.

Now, take the Roadrunner back to original roof length/side window openings, and add the '67 Charger fastback rear roof to it, then you might have something.

Take a foot out of the wheelbase of the Olds, right in front of the rear tire,.... or 6" in front of rear tire and 6" behind it, and you might have something there also.
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Jus my opinion...of the last 3-4 pics, only the Mustang looks decent, the rest look awful, all out of proportion...rear of car is too long on 'Runner and S-Bird, even too odd looking on the 50's Olds.

Now, take the Roadrunner back to original roof length/side window openings, and add the '67 Charger fastback rear roof to it, then you might have something.

Take a foot out of the wheelbase of the Olds, right in front of the rear tire,.... or 6" in front of rear tire and 6" behind it, and you might have something there also.
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2014 Cadillac SRX Pickup - by request.

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I just bought my wife a 2014 Cadilliac SRX (Ruby Red Metallic). Would love to see it as a pickup truck!!!!
Tom
Here ya' go Tom,
I hope this is close to what you were thinking the SRX might look like as a pickup. The door and wheelbase was lengthened, but opinions in comments have varied on similar edits as to also extending the tail a bit more beyond the rear wheel for this type of car-truck combo styling similar to Australian 'ute' vehicles, so I left it short in this example.


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I love it!!

She didn't!!!

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2014 BMW M4 Roadster

BMW 4-seater convertible was edited into 2-seater roadster version.



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