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Madcurl's Arch Rival !! by exoticse
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hmm, did I figure it out?



Let's zoom that in some.

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thats looking clean, now its got to drop down a little .. What are you doing for the rear light?? any treatment?
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thats looking clean, now its got to drop down a little .. What are you doing for the rear light?? any treatment?


I ordered Rodney Dickman's lowering ball joints but that won't happen until D1S tweeks the Corvette 13" brakes. I have three pipe dream ideas but, I can't make up my mind. Plus I don't know the exact measurements of them. The fall-backs are the ole standby's---C6 side markers from #015.

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Somebody likes to drink, better move that cupholder before you paint it...
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I ordered Rodney Dickman's lowering ball joints but that won't happen until D1S tweeks the Corvette 13" brakes. I have three pipe dream ideas but, I can't make up my mind. Plus I don't know the exact measurements of them. The fall-backs are the ole standby's---C6 side markers from #015.



what other side markers are in mind??
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what other side markers are in mind??


Rear rear lamps wrap around to the side which means I won't use the stock GT tail lamps but, we'll see.

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Somebody likes to drink, better move that cupholder before you paint it...



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It reminds me of the lyrics by, Salt N' Pepper's, "Oh baby, baby-baby."

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Everyone knows that scoops have to be symmetrical side to side on a car.

The problem is how do you make them symmetrical?

Well here are the scoops, you tell us how we made them symmetrical inside & out.

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Originally posted by Archie:

Everyone knows that scoops have to be symmetrical side to side on a car.

The problem is how do you make them symmetrical?

Well here are the scoops, you tell us how we made them symmetrical inside & out.

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excellent lookin job but loose the 1/4 glass and make a nice set of scoops in there place would look fantastic
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excellent lookin job but loose the 1/4 glass and make a nice set of scoops in there place would look fantastic


Thanks. Are you referring to the side sail glass area (actually it's just a painted cardboard, hehe)? Hmm. Good idea.

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Originally posted by Archie:

Everyone knows that scoops have to be symmetrical side to side on a car.

The problem is how do you make them symmetrical?

Well here are the scoops, you tell us how we made them symmetrical inside & out.

Archie


Lots of time, measuring, patience and walking away when the need arises.
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Thanks. Are you referring to the side sail glass area (actually it's just a painted cardboard, hehe)? Hmm. Good idea.


exactly the area that needs the scoops
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exactly the area that needs the scoops


Thanks. However, it'll have to wait until the side sail glass in place.

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Lots of time, measuring, patience and walking away when the need arises.


Actually it was easier than that.

Guess again. (Clue: look in pictures from the last 6 weeks for hints)

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My guess is that the cups were used as templates.

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Did you use a spray bottle to make the vents?
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I hadn't noticed the spraybottle.....Good one 4.9!! I will have to change my answer to that and take the next 7 minutes to reevaluate my life for my lack of observation.

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Did you use a spray bottle to make the vents?


The clues I give are too good.

When I won that big box of Meguiar's cleaning supplies at FieroRama, people thought I didn't know how to use cleaning supplies

Note how the bottle is symmetrical side to side & the neck would allow a Left & a Right to be made from the same style bottle.



After trimming both bottles the same & attaching them, we glassed them into the panel.





After we cut a bit of material out of the panel at the distal end of the scoop, we went inside the bottle with a razor knife & removed the bottle.......





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The area we cut out of the panel at the distal end of the scoop was to make way for the smooth transition "ramp" going into the scoop/bottle.

We used some thin sheet metal to form the "ramp" area........



Then from the other side we glassed in that side of the sheet metal......



After the glass had setup we removed the sheetmetal. This area formed the scoop.



Not really all that hard to do. Just plan ahead for how you are going to remove the item you are forming over.

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Archie, that is an excellent example of making something out of nothing !!
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Very clever. Your guys do an awesome job.

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Sorry but I have to say it again. Everything but the front hood.

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Sorry but I have to say it again. Everything but the front hood.

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I agree....at least how it looks right now. Maybe the completed car will have a different look. Now the hood just appears way to high.

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I'm guesing it will be cut down like in some of the photochops.
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Karl says "Rhinoplasty Happens"



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have faith gents. The car isn't done yet. Trust in the wisdom of the mad arch connection
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I'm not a big fan of the height of the hood... I think it should be knocked down a bit...

EDIT agh my photoshop picture isn't working. I'll fix it later.

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Like i said before,....the madman doesn't roll gutterballs.

The front will be just as special as the back.

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Here we go, I lowered the front of the car a bit.



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Every time I see the defrost strips... It makes me giggle.




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Every time I see the defrost strips... It makes me giggle.




Greg



R those beasts gonna be functional?
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Here we go, I lowered the front of the car a bit.



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now that's funny
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Here we go:



tell me what you think. I spent quite a bit of time on it.

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tell me what you think. I spent quite a bit of time on it.





EXCELLENT!!!!


However, the hood scoops will follow along these photoshop designs.





EXCELLENT!!!!

Both photoshops are excellent and both go beyond the normal photoshop and captures the Mad-Arch game plan. You're photoshop skills will not be wasted nor forgotten...trust me. Once #020 is finished (I hope), everybody from "Archie and the Crew" -to- "ALL Photoshoppers", and even from the constructive comments (they're needed to keep a person on track and to prevent "Homer-Moble-tunnel-vision) will be able to say, " Hey, I had a part in making this car."

Btw, Bubbajoexxx suggestion is still ringing in my ear. Thanks Bubbajoe.

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EXCELLENT!!!!


However, the hood scoops will follow along these photoshop designs.





EXCELLENT!!!!

Both photoshops are excellent and both go beyond the normal photoshop and captures the Mad-Arch game plan. You're photoshop skills will not be wasted nor forgotten...trust me. Once #020 is finished (I hope), everybody from "Archie and the Crew" -to- "ALL Photoshoppers", and even from the constructive comments (they're needed to keep a person on track and to prevent "Homer-Moble-tunnel-vision) will be able to say, " Hey, I had a part in making this car."

Btw, Bubbajoexxx suggestion is still ringing in my ear. Thanks Bubbajoe.



this is going to be one damn nice ride and" thanks"
the work so far has been excellent I must say so
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