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voodoo car form gta 4

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Howdy all. I have started a new project, a car from the x box 360 game grand theft auto. its a '59 Chevy back half with a '64 chevy front end and roof grafted on. The Car in the game is called a voodoo. It looks like a '60 Impala with a 64 front end and roof. All I had in my stash was a '59 impala convertable so I used that. I do have the '60 tailights though. When I can figure out how to post pics I will.

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It would be really great to see some of the GTA cars built on here. Keep us posted

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That sounds interesting.

There's a sticky thread at the start of the Hints section the forum that tells how to post photos.

Edited by Foxer

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Here's the Voodoo from GTA4. I've been toying with building the "Highway Reaper" version of the Dukes, which is a take on the '69-'70 Charger. I already have the logo saved, just need to figure out what parts I need to do one.

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Voodoo, specifically, Elizabeta Torres' car.

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Dukes Highway Reaper

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Posted · Report post

Should be cool. Someday I'm gonna build "Slam Van"

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these are the pics of the body work so far.

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Looks good. Hey, are going to add this detail from the game? ;)

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Posted · Report post

heh heh, no, i dont think so.

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Oooh, I really like those vehicles, and can't wait to see what you do with them.

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I havent done much work on this one for a while, I put it on the back burner. I'll keep you posted.

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