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Fun with Photoshop
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Here's something you can do if you like to dabble in picture manipulation - stick your Mustang in a classic magazine advertisement. Here's one I did earlier in the year of my car:

Original
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Mine
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Or you could try turning your car into a "good ol' boys vee-hicle" to gain some notoriety perhaps....:

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Brett
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Flatback72;14089 Wrote:Here's something you can do if you like to dabble in picture manipulation - stick your Mustang in a classic magazine advertisement. Here's one I did earlier in the year of my car:

Original
[Image: brochure2-1.jpg]

Mine
[Image: 1972mustangbrochure-1.jpg]



Or you could try turning your car into a "good ol' boys vee-hicle" to gain some notoriety perhaps....:

[Image: dukes2.jpg]

[Image: dukes1-1.jpg]
That's pretty good! Nice work!

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1971 Mach 1 - 306cid/C4 Bright Yellow
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#3
that is really good. when it comes to photoshop I am no good.

Eric


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DRIVE IT DON'T STORE IT!
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#4
I see that you have been at it with Photoshop again!

Or did you really do it?


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#5
Man that's great! Can you teach someone with no talent how to do that?

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#6
That's too cool
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#7
That's pretty cool. How long did it take to do one of those?



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

Our current Mustang garage/driveway
1973 Mustang Convert - Bought in 1974 - Still have it!
2004 Mach 1 Oxford White Auto, Bought Sept 06


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#8
with all the blind spots on our models, I'm surprised that these weren't standard!

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Jim
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#9
Steven Harris;102347 Wrote:I see that you have been at it with Photoshop again!

Or did you really do it?

That's a blast from the past Steven! Yes, an old tongue-in-cheek picture off the Aussie Mustang forum while I was musing on the best way to deal with the blind spot. Tongue

JimNiki;102376 Wrote:with all the blind spots on our models, I'm surprised that these weren't standard!

Jim, I remember on the same forum thread you posted a pic of your side mirror enhancement mod; is that still workin' out for you? Seem to remember thinking at the time your mod might have a bad wind-drag problem....

Brett
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#10
Bret, you are a Photoshop wizard, and I miss your interaction here. Glad Steven resurrected this thread.

Have you been touching up the grays again, or is that Alfred E. Newman's natural color? I can't seem to find a before and after pic. Tongue

Doc

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