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I like the Viper but the Charger with 59 Chevy tail lights looks kind of weird to my eye.

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I like the Viper but the Charger with 59 Chevy tail lights looks kind of weird to my eye.

Paint it black and call it a Batmobile! :lol:

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As much as I admire your work and your general good taste on designs I think you've jumped the shark with the Charger. The Charger is perfect in it's original design.

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As much as I admire your work and your general good taste on designs I think you've jumped the shark with the Charger. The Charger is perfect in it's original design.

That one was sort of a joke, not a serious design.

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Another one from the "just kidding" department:

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I think this one would have been nicknamed "The Pig Nose", I'm still laughing!

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I love the first one even though I still don't know what it is, a Vette? The '63 Vette probably would have worked seeing how a lot of them received similar treatment making room for bigger meats. Our eyes would have adjusted. The only one I'm not too fond of is the mix of Mopar with Bow-tie with '59 tailights. Nice work Harry!

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And from the "I'm serious" department...

For some reason, the squared off wheel arches look better to me. Same thing on the Split.

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YIKES!

Such blasphemy! How dare you do that to a Studebaker?

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B)

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I sorta like that "supertoronado" I think with a bit more droop to the front clip, to match the rear quarters, might be a winner.

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And from the "I'm serious" department...

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This one almost works . Nice stuff Harry .

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I don't care for any of the pics. I guess you use Photoshop to change/combine pics and I admire that quality.

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First of all, great ideas. I like the viper wagon, but I can't tell the difference about the vette, or the 70's charger/roadrunner but I do like it. Also, the 300c magnum wagon has been done before on overhaulin. They just swapped the front end and it turned out pretty nice. http://www.google.com/search?tbm=isch&source=mog&hl=en&gl=us&client=safari&tab=wi&q=overhaulin%20wagon&sa=N&biw=480&bih=210#i=10 You should build some of these ideas.

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Im not too up on Mopars, but I think I love that blue Roadrunner-Charger thingie! As I see it, the perfect mopar. Whoot whoot! Aint it gorgeous!

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Very creative - and fun. Have you any experience with GIMP? Its free, and a lot like Photoshop.

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YIKES!

Such blasphemy! How dare you do that to a Studebaker?

studebang.jpg

B)

I'm actually kinda temped to make a Fordebaker Hawkstang...

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Am I the only weird one who likes the look of the Charger with the '59 Chevy taillights.... and yeah, the '40 Ford with the Edsel snout.....

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