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Updated on May 21, 2012
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Well, I am in college now and have little time to dig into a big project on the beast. So, I'll pretend to do something to it. Ok, I am just going to edit some photos of my car and post the possible mods. Most everything I do will be within reason, so if you like something I make up, go ahead and try it. I should post a new one every so often. I'll try and describe what was done in each picture so that nothing is missed.
I had some thoughts on painting the brakes light assemblies. This would entail painting the brake light bezels as well as some of the lenses. I have a blacked out and a body color version. While sharing my results with fellow GMNers it was brought up that it might look better blacked with the lower portion of the body blacked. The lower body black turned out great IMHO, and it goes well with both the body color and blacked bezels.
Here are some photo shops that I have done. The photo on the left is the 5 year plan, except with the Western wheels that I have in the garage. Yes, I am planning on fabricating a custom FUNTIONAL air dam for the front. I might end up making a full car effects package for looks if having just the front air dam looks silly. But that is at least a year off before I think about making that.
The car the original Blues Bothers should have been driving!
I got this idea thinking about installing this 2005 mustang rear end in my Vic.
Well, this idea has been in my head for a while. Making a Fastback Vic.
Here we have my car, after I have changed to a black paint job. I can't seem to get it to shine like a real paint job, most likely because it doesn't shine now. It got lowered about 2"-3", the wheels were painted gloss black. To the left is a full all black front, in the center a Murphmobile� blackout was done to the grill area. On the right I have an addition of a polished billet horizontal grill. Below is with a minor cowl induction hood.
I found an awesome new color available for automotive paint. Its called Chrome FX, and it looks really neat. I aint so sure I'd put it on my car, but it would certainly turn a lot of heads. So I did a blue Chrome finish on one of the previous edits, (since I already had the body on its own layer).
If cops looked like this, would you run? The push guard is kinda growing on me. Its got a good 'in your face look. And the blue lights matching are a cool coincident.
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one Sick Vic! 5 Stars! keep up the good work!
Wow, thats gatta be the best Crown Vic that I've ever seine, I'm diggin the custom hand brake, I hope to do that on my 88 someday along with a custom manual trans swap, also I think your painted grill and headlight bezels look great, I juss wish more 80's American boats were turned into amazing street rods instead of the dumbass owners installing woofers and dubs *barf* 5***** every day of the week, speaking of a "week", I juss nomonated you for showoff of the week, good luck with the STV and dont forget to update! - Check out my 83' Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale Brougham hot rod
awesome Vic. very impressive. Where in VB are you?
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