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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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OK I want one now!



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OK I want one now!






I hope it's appropriate to post my version:





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Please do as long as its photo chopped and Fiero related it would be really cool to have you and anyone else post here.

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I don’t think this is photo shopped but came across it the other day and thought I may have to make it look a little less Ferrari and keep the body lines the same because I kind of like it

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Adding racing stripes to the Pegasus

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Ok. You were right, the stripes look good. Not sure I can afford the extra $ or not, but they definitely look good
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Ok. You were right, the stripes look good. Not sure I can afford the extra $ or not, but they definitely look good


Cool There is one that is made that way kind of here is the link http://www.fierosails.com/decal.html

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Yup. Have that site bookmarked. Is where is planned on getting the hood decal. (And a few other accents)
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Playing with stickers I forgot that when I changed the color to orange it changed those parts of the Pegasus to a little bit orange so I went back and corrected that back to white

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Is pretty damn sweet. Really has that 80's look :-)
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Is pretty damn sweet. Really has that 80's look :-)


Yah it does Here is onein the right size by its self and then silver racing stripes with it




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Now that is awesome! The first one is what I've been planning but the second is just plain awesome. Wonder if I can talk the wife into letting me spend the extra $ to make it happen lol
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Now that is awesome! The first one is what I've been planning but the second is just plain awesome. Wonder if I can talk the wife into letting me spend the extra $ to make it happen lol


If you paint it will cost a bit more I was thinking of doing it with the stuff they do wraps with M3 I think should be quite a bit less expensive? You might want to call the place where you are getting the Pegasus and see if they can print one like the first one I did or find out who does the prints for them then you could see how much that would cost?

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Sweet. I'll look into it :-)
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I don’t think this is photo shopped but came across it the other day and thought I may have to make it look a little less Ferrari and keep the body lines the same because I kind of like it





OK so I did a couple little things took the badges off and the guy out of the picture then I angled the bottom of the sail panel a little more and the window angle a little. If any of you have any ideas let me know what



And a little more I think it is improving?



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Could you make the rear window oval?

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Would you please "notch" this fastback? Leave everything stock but cut out the sail panels flush with the rear window.



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Would you please "notch" this fastback? Leave everything stock but cut out the sail panels flush with the rear window.



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You sure do challenge me on my drawing skills don’t look to close

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That turned out really great! You've got the skills! One more tweak?

Make the "B" pillar section red. Make a skinny "fastback" pillar that connects right behind the deck lid vents.

For me, the worst part of the fastback is the sail panels. First of all they are too big and plain. Second, they don't flow with the other lines of the car. Third, they make it harder to service the engine. I've thought about a "reverse chop" but I think that would be too labor intensive for too little visual gain.

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That turned out really great! You've got the skills! One more tweak?

Make the "B" pillar section red. Make a skinny "fastback" pillar that connects right behind the deck lid vents.

For me, the worst part of the fastback is the sail panels. First of all they are too big and plain. Second, they don't flow with the other lines of the car. Third, they make it harder to service the engine. I've thought about a "reverse chop" but I think that would be too labor intensive for too little visual gain.

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I think you mean like this?

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No, I knew that was going to be difficult to explain.

I want you to put the fastback section back in but make it from the roof to half way down the deck lid. Connect it right behind the vents so it is like a mini- fastback.

Thanks!

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No, I knew that was going to be difficult to explain.

I want you to put the fastback section back in but make it from the roof to half way down the deck lid. Connect it right behind the vents so it is like a mini- fastback.

Thanks!

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Is this closer?



And then I was thinking of this after your idea



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Is this closer?




YES!! Now there's a fastback I could live with! Awesome work!

Thank you!
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YES!! Now there's a fastback I could live with! Awesome work!

Thank you!
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Welcome glad to help

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Widebody Mera sort of

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Would you mind combining all three of these that you did for me into one incredible masterpiece? Use the black and silver paint, the GTO nose, the LED headlights, and the shorty fastback.







I know it will be incredible!

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Would you mind combining all three of these that you did for me into one incredible masterpiece? Use the black and silver paint, the GTO nose, the LED headlights, and the shorty fastback.







I know it will be incredible!

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Here round one

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Oh my gawd! I would drive that until the wheels fell off!

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Didn't like that nose on the fiero at first, but this is one sexy car!!!!
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Thanks guys the nose needs some tweaking and I think the LED's could be a little thicker but the overall idea is pretty dang cool!

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I'll be honest. I no longer have any desire to find a GT40 kit. This will be my car some day if time and money permit.

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I'll be honest. I no longer have any desire to find a GT40 kit. This will be my car some day if time and money permit.

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Cool I was thinking the same with some tweaks

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Here round one





I think the nose would look way cooler if the center were shaved and the whole front clip sharp like the new camaros
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I think the nose would look way cooler if the center were shaved and the whole front clip sharp like the new camaros


Maybe more like this?

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I think the nose would look way cooler if the center were shaved and the whole front clip sharp like the new camaros


The original concept came up because so many other front bumpers look like other brands. This is a re-creation of the 68-69 GTO nose. In this latest version, it is slightly tilted wich I may like even better because it hints at the late 70's Firebirds also.

In short, I wanted it to be different but still look like it could have come from Pontiac.

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Terry, can you put a Shorty Fastback kit on this notchie? Keep the notchie deck lid and taillights but use the GT sail panel.





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Terry, can you put a Shorty Fastback kit on this notchie? Keep the notchie deck lid and taillights but use the GT sail panel.





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You could probably tell before I photo chopped it that it is a notchie with a GT sail panel put in it but here it is

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I was having fun trying make a little video of my new paint idea it’s not very good but it was fun!

http://www.youtube.com/watc...bedded&v=RnXgT4zW-FY

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OMG...that was so cool...How did you do that? and when my cars are completed....will you make me one?

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You could probably tell before I photo chopped it that it is a notchie with a GT sail panel put in it but here it is





That is exactly what I was wanting. It seems to me that it would make sense for someone to make a fastback conversion kit like this. This would be easier than swapping rear clips and all the rest that goes into a fastback conversion. Not to mention the fact that it looks better than the stock notchback and better than the stock fastback. It's a win-win!!

Excellent work!

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