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Old 10-27-2008, 09:27 AM
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would like to see my car in different colors

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I'm going to repaint my car and am undecided what color,was wondering if someone with photoshop could do it for me.
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Old 10-28-2008, 03:48 PM
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can you get us a high quality pic of your car? I'm sure someone on here can play around and get close to what your thinking...
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Is this pic OK?,if so I would like to see it in three colors, red oxide semigloss, some shade of silver,and maroon,would also like to see it as it is ,but with wide whites,but was never a fan of whites on mag-style wheels
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I am no pro but I played around for a few mins find a color you like and post a picture of a car with it and I will see what I can do if I spend some time on it.



Copped the top too lol
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Thanks,I don't have any pics of cars& don't know how to transfer pics (not to computer oriented) but would like to see it in silver,and maroon. I always wondered how it would look with the top chopped---I think I like it better not chopped
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If you like gray silver I painted one of my cars IS300 graphite gray and loved it would paint a car that color agine It looks like a normal gray in photo's and out of the sun but in the sun it's I won a few shows with that car.

I am paint my 1970 Monte Matt Black (small color as your car), bumpers rims ect going to be gloss blk. Should give it a tuff look.

What paint did you use?
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Its John Deere Blitz Black
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Wine red, chopped about 5-6 inches....

It's kinda rough...but I only spent about 5 minutes on it. Another 20-30 would have been seamless.
Plus, a dark color (black) to a lighter color (red) is really tough to do properly...that's why it looks kinda grainy and washed out.

oh...and I'm a bit of a graphic designer. So that helps.
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Thanks,but not to be picky,but the rad shell is to be same color as car and top stays black,,don't think I like it chopped
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Thanks,but not to be picky,but the rad shell is to be same color as car and top stays black,,don't think I like it chopped
Like I said..it was a rough, quickie job. But, you got the gist of it.
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THATS OK!!!!
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I want to do the same thing.

I would like to see my car in a different color as well. I was wondering if you guys could help me out. I would like to see it in a lime green. Such as this color http://www.knightenvelopes.co.uk/pho...me%20green.JPG

Here's a picture of my car from google. http://www.cargurus.com/images/2009/...110714985.jpeg

Please email me if you reply. Airplane_mechanic09@yahoo.com Thank you guys.
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