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If anyone is looking to mod their GT500 and wants to see what it will look like photoshoped ie: rims,paint,bodykits etc... I will do my best to show you what it will look like before you spend your hard earned money on it.

 

here are a couple of my examples:

 

SilverGT500withFR500withsig.jpg

 

GT500blackwithsig.jpg

 

GT500grabberorangewithtungstenwiths.jpg

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Very cool!

 

Here I slammed it about 4" -- had to pull off the chin spoiler and radius the wheel wells about 3/4" Just for laughs :) Looks like 25-series on 19s -- just make sure you go straight!

 

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That would be a good set up for the salt flats, take out the speed governor and let her go.

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That would be a good set up for the salt flats, take out the speed governor and let her go.

 

 

<lol> yeah, no driveways for that sucker :) Makes it almost look like a concept car; you know the way the wheels tuck in and then they never produce it that way 'cause you can't ;-)

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ps -- your pix look great!

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Would love to see Performance White with stripe delete with a "daily driver" lowering. I would define the lowering as somewhere between no-need-to-wrory-about-the-driveway-incline and the factory-I-may-want-to-go-offroading-someday. Thanks in advance and great job on the ones posted so far!

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now here's a request

how about a vista blue one with white stripes and Shelby Razor wheels, paint rear view mirrors vista blue and add the hood pins along with rear qtr window scoops or louvres.

 

 

OH Y E A. Vista BLue! Go For It

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If anyone is looking to mod their GT500 and wants to see what it will look like photoshoped ie: rims,paint,bodykits etc... I will do my best to show you what it will look like before you spend your hard earned money on it.

 

 

 

 

 

Would you please do a tungsten with satin silver stripes? Thanks! :rockon::woohoo::woohoo:

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Black with silver stripes. Lowered with black wheels with a chrome rim. Thanks in advance :)

 

 

 

You didn't specify what black wheels you wanted, so I colored the stock wheels black, let me know what you think.

 

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If anyone is looking to mod their GT500 and wants to see what it will look like photoshoped ie: rims,paint,bodykits etc... I will do my best to show you what it will look like before you spend your hard earned money on it.

 

 

 

I would really like to see a Vista Blue Coupe with Tungsten stripes and chromed stock wheels. Lowered about 1.5" like you have done the others. Thanks!

 

James

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Hi, great work by the way, would love it if you could do two pictures of the GT 500 red with white stripes. I would like to see one with cervini's quarter window scoop and lower side scoop, then I would like to see the other with dream car factory's upper and lower scoops, again awsome work. Thanks.

 

PS-I'll ow you a cold beer.

svtkeith

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Would love to see Performance White with stripe delete with a "daily driver" lowering. I would define the lowering as somewhere between no-need-to-wrory-about-the-driveway-incline and the factory-I-may-want-to-go-offroading-someday. Thanks in advance and great job on the ones posted so far!

 

 

 

gt500whitesidenostripes.jpg

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now here's a request

how about a vista blue one with white stripes and Shelby Razor wheels, paint rear view mirrors vista blue and add the hood pins along with rear qtr window scoops or louvres.

 

 

 

GT500vistabluesidewithwhitestripes2.jpg

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Now that's what I call AWESOME.

 

I wish there was a way to get the exact paint code colors from Ford to match the colors that photoshop has in its pallet of colors.

 

Nice Job !!

 

 

Unfortunately colors on the screen can never match a car (or any physical object), even if using a fully calibrated hardward/software color work-flow because your eyes see the car in reflected color light and the screen in translucent color light. That's why photoshop's color space is typically RGB (additive, translucent) but printing is done in CMYK (subtractive, reflective). A printed color, however, can be made to fairly closely match a object's color except for metalic and other 'non-color' colors which cannot be printed with any standard inkset but can be approximated with printing presses that use a standard inkset plus additional spot-color(s) or just specially made inks (much greater expense). Even then, the match won't be 100% exact but can be very close. Elite, is that a fair explanation?

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