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Here is my rendition, It started out as a F355 skirt, but a mini-version of your vents looked better pushed back, I added rear bumper extension, and lowered the front too. just one of my ideas, that seemed to flow in my head, the simple lines of the car can be easily flooded and distracted by something complex. It will draw the attention away from the whole picture to just the bottom belt, crazy skirts look wierd, in my opinion, on lots of cars.
P.S. I own page 41, pretty intense, huh?
and i can't type for the life of me.

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Here you go Bubbajoe

Not sure about the hole in the rockers. unless you were planning on running the exhaust through it or something it seems like a little to much. but if you want the hole this one gets my vote. i was imagining the rockers blending into the body and the existin vents so that they looke like one piece. you could have a gradual curve of the back end of the rockers into the vents.

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Whatever you decide, please carry it over and bring down the front and rear gfx to the same level otherwise it will look goofy,....IMO.

True, you need some type of extension on the rear fascia to balance it out; like a diffuser...although some will complain that it's not fucntional, but as long as it looks good who cares?

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Regarding the image above, sorry... I just had to do this-

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True, you need some type of extension on the rear fascia to balance it out; like a diffuser...although some will complain that it's not fucntional, but as long as it looks good who cares?

a diffuser can be made functional as the under side of the new rear suspesion is smooth and can be closed and flow right into the rear
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Here is my rendition, It started out as a F355 skirt, but a mini-version of your vents looked better pushed back, I added rear bumper extension, and lowered the front too. just one of my ideas, that seemed to flow in my head, the simple lines of the car can be easily flooded and distracted by something complex. It will draw the attention away from the whole picture to just the bottom belt, crazy skirts look wierd, in my opinion, on lots of cars.
P.S. I own page 41, pretty intense, huh?
and i can't type for the life of me.

nor can I fingers a little srewed from a poor friend arther ites

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now THAT looks like a winner.

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now THAT looks like a winner.

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are you going to lower the front end? it looks higher than the rear, like the way my typical height was on the 88

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I dunno, maybe I'm just not seeing the whole picture here, but I really don't like the larger rocker panels. They totally seem to weigh the car down. Makes it look overdone in my opinion. Seems to me like this car would look great if it had a bit of ground clearance. Take the C3 vette for example. I love the waistline of that car. It's not a terribly small machine, but it looks very nimble because of the tapering on the midsection. Anyways, thats just my 2 cents.

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are you going to lower the front end? it looks higher than the rear, like the way my typical height was on the 88

I second this, it sits up higher than the back, it just doesn't look right IMO

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I'm diggin the new panel additions as shown. I'm thinking winner!

Not to jump ahead but, what would that mean for the rear in general? :-)

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This is something I did much earlier in the thread, I dont know how it still stands with all of the alterations but....

I would whip up some more ideas but I dont have photoshop at the house I'm currently staying in.

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yet the tim hortons remains

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know we are getting some where thats is what i am lookin for a unique look

keep em comming as I am lookin forward to start glassin up the new pieces

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Hey Aus, nice job! Might want to tighten up the lug nuts on the rear wheel though, hate to see that thing come off before you get it out of the driveway!

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excellent lower rocker but needs to flair out at the back of the door as the rear flairs outward 2 " over stock and at the lower lip

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know we are getting some where thats is what i am lookin for a unique look

keep em comming as I am lookin forward to start glassin up the new pieces

i like that too, but id say keep notchie taillights..... i really think they have a true "sports car" ness to them
LOVE the look at night too....

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i like that too, but id say keep notchie taillights..... i really think they have a true "sports car" ness to them
LOVE the look at night too....

Because he has the exhaust in the middle of the bumper where the license plate was stock he needs a new place for the license plate.
If it's put between the tail lights would rule out the stock tail lights.
Suggest some other tail light ideas, I don't think you'll find a better place to put the license plate. The only other options are in the bumper off to one side.

LED Corvette C5 tail lights from ebay might look nice:
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Because he has the exhaust in the middle of the bumper where the license plate was stock he needs a new place for the license plate.
If it's put between the tail lights would rule out the stock tail lights.
Suggest some other tail light ideas, I don't think you'll find a better place to put the license plate. The only other options are in the bumper off to one side.

LED Corvette C5 tail lights from ebay might look nice:
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I have new exhaust tips for the car and plan on widening the exhaust opening to acomidate the tips on e on each side of the plate
those led lights look sharp if they will fit into the stock frames

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Can you post a pic of the new exhaust tips? The Corvette tail lights will be too tall to fit inside the stock housing.

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Can you post a pic of the new exhaust tips? The Corvette tail lights will be too tall to fit inside the stock housing.

here you go

here is a better one

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now thats interesting

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yeah, nice plate.

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I had some PS fun with this one, thanks!

..whatever..:

Tried putting your 'new' exhaust tips in there but the pic is pretty wideangle ....but hopefully its usefull...

Keep it going Bubbajoe!

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I had some PS fun with this one, thanks!

..whatever..:

Tried putting your 'new' exhaust tips in there but the pic is pretty wideangle ....but hopefully its usefull...

Keep it going Bubbajoe!

need to keep the bumper line intact and open up the lower diffuser wider but definately what im looking for

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here is a cut out to use

PS: can someone remove the white background for me as I want to incorperate the pic into my new sig

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No photoshop genius but hows this?

EDIT:cause i cant spell >_<

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And, we have . . . a . . . WINNER!

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Why have I never checked this thread.. This kicks ass! Best "waste of time" yet today! lol

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bubbajoexxx, Great work I love this car. You have some really inovative ideas keep it up! I have my exhaust routed out like your planning, I think it will look really crazy! You will have to cut the trunk, but you can retain quite a bit of space redoing the sheet metal. Basically just a shorter version of the stock trunk.

Mines not done but, here is an example how you can cut the stock fascia, keeping along the lines of the original. Keeping the license plate area and the natural curve under it that attaches to the supports on the rear cross bumper. If you retain the plastic support underneath the cross bumper, the fascia will still be secure.

I am assuming you are going to shorten the trunk, but maybe you have another plan? Anyway's I cant wait to see how you finish the rear, these are some really cool photoshops!

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you should do the batman rocket booster exhaust. then you could put in a flame system and freak people out at the track.

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