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Old 10-19-2009, 04:47 AM   #43
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I did quick verts nothing special but I'll try to clean it up later. -Chris-


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Old 10-19-2009, 11:43 AM   #44
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HOLY CRAP it looks amazing in convertible form like some kinda exotic!!! Thanks for the chops.
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Old 10-19-2009, 12:20 PM   #45
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Great photoshops! Loved seeing all the different variations =)
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Old 10-19-2009, 12:58 PM   #46
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DO WANT!

Toyota could use Flint Mica for the color and then slap on some bronze wheels. Win.
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Damn!! They should offer a drop top or at least a targa version. Great job goddardca.
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Old 10-19-2009, 05:23 PM   #48
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Damn!! They should offer a drop top or at least a targa version. Great job goddardca.
Thanks! I have a couple more I'm working on tonight. Any other requests?
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This car should not be a convertable -- all it will do is add weight to the frame...

Also, one of us maniacs might actually roll it
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^^Why not? Hell even mazda kept the miata retract top under 2600lbs. The ones who would even consider a convertible probably wouldn't track it anyway. But I do agree with the idea of roll bars,lol.
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This car should not be a convertable -- all it will do is add weight to the frame...
Agreed. Not to mention, it looks awful as one in those chops.
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Agreed. Not to mention, it looks awful as one in those chops.
I think it actually looks very good for a convertible in those chops!
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Thanks! I have a couple more I'm working on tonight. Any other requests?

Red on Time attack TE-37's with a black roof and hood.. please?
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Thanks for doing the convertibles..

One further request if it's possible for ya; get rid of the rear little window and instead of having that bump behind the rear seats, continue the line from the side mirror (top of the door metal) back to the tail of the car. I think that will help clean it up considerably.
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Old 10-20-2009, 01:30 AM   #55
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Thanks for doing the convertibles..

One further request if it's possible for ya; get rid of the rear little window and instead of having that bump behind the rear seats, continue the line from the side mirror (top of the door metal) back to the tail of the car. I think that will help clean it up considerably.

Glad you said that cuz I was thinking the same thing. I decided to do away with the windows completely and give it a new background. Lemme know what you guys think -Chris-






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Was this more along the lines of what you were talking about? Got rid of the rear window and hump and straitened the lines a bit. IMHO not feeling it. I like the other I did better but I'll play with it a bit.


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