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Falcon redesign ideas!

Thought I'd start a new thread for these modified falcons we are posting, considering the other one is getting quite big, and will save time for those will dialup connections.

The next modification I'd like to do is a 3/4 rear shot. Anybody got any good shots (rear, 3/4) of the EL GT or any other cars that could be used to restyle the Ford:?:

If so, please email some to me.

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Thought I'd start a new thread for these modified falcons we are posting, considering the other one is getting quite big, and will save time for those will dialup connections.

The next modification I'd like to do is a 3/4 rear shot. Anybody got any good shots (rear, 3/4) of the EL GT or any other cars that could be used to restyle the Ford:?:

If so, please email some to me.

Thanks..
This isn't exactly what you asked for but it is something a little "different"

check out www.fordperegrine.com

I bought one new from Gorrell a couple of weeks ago (galaxy with liquid silver highlights)

It turns heads cause it IS different. :D

luv it!! :thumbup: :damack: :thumbup:
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... it's a wee bit small.. :( but just what the designer ordered!

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thanks for the pics fellas. Bit hard to work with them though considering the size though. I haven't had much luck with a decent looking wing on the AU, all the ones of tried look a bit too ricey, might have to try my own design:crazy:! I'm not a fan of the big wings, especially on the AU.

In the meantime, here is a slightly modified AU, has twin pipes, hard edge on the boot removed, which I think helps with the droopy look, and I dumped it.

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Great stuff J-Type. I must say, removing the hard edge on the bootline makes a huuuuuge difference to the look of the back end. It looks a lot smoother, sleeker like that now. Twin exhausts ... oooooh baby.. !! :thumbup: :rocking:

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Great stuff J-Type. I must say, removing the hard edge on the bootline makes a huuuuuge difference to the look of the back end. It looks a lot smoother, sleeker like that now. Twin exhausts ... oooooh baby.. !! :thumbup: :rocking:
Thanks mate - it is good to see that you credit me for Jems's work. :D
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*coughs* ... erm ... :eek:

Small mistake on my part. My eyes simply went to the pic, and assumed the handiwork of the resident brushwork specialist. I now feel like a

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