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  Chris' Retro Bat
 From: CHRIS | Posted: 2/15/2006 10:53:44 PM |

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RE: Chris' Retro Bat

That's pretty slick. Thank you.

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 From: Justin | Posted: 2/15/2006 11:17:53 PM |

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RE: Chris' Retro Bat

Matt - it is really cool to have someone with your talent here on the boards! And its funny, because we never really saw you using it until a couple days ago you've started to go nuts with Photoshop and drawing! Keep up the good work dude!

This kinda goes to show something we've mentioned here in the past - there is SO MUCH talent on these boards that sometimes even our own members, and DEFINATELY the random newbies who pop up, don't even realise. That is one reason I started the MEMBERS RIDES thread to showcase the talent around here!

I can't wait to see this project pop off the page guys! Even more, I hope it sparks the interest of several more board members who might want to tackle custom projects like this!

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 From: BatDemon | Posted: 2/16/2006 9:21:18 AM |

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RE: Chris' Retro Bat


What year/model headlights are you using? I just pulled some off a Boxter for the 'shopped pic. Original style canopy and turbine are the only other constraing factors to your envisioned design? Wheelbase will be un-modified from the donor? How does the scale of the canopy compare to the donor? I'd think they'd be a bit large. Are you considering or open to 1)cutting down the canopy, if possible or 2)using another windscreen design.You're wish is a "streamlined" version of the '66 car? I know ultimately, it's up to you and your builder, but just wanted to get an idea of what your looking for, so when I'm bored in front of Photoshop, I can have something fun to play around with.

 From: Tim | Posted: 2/16/2006 10:03:50 AM |
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RE: Chris' Retro Bat

I still like Matt's but with the Foose windshield. Porshe headlights would probably look good on this design too. I really like the way the rear fender kicks up over the back tire. Gives it more of a muscle car look.

 From: 2wylde | Posted: 2/16/2006 10:30:22 AM |

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RE: Chris' Retro Bat

Thanks Justin. I try to contribute where I can since I'm not building a car. For now I guess it's photoshop and jokes I like the Foose windshield too. That looks tough!

Last Edited by 2wylde: 2/16/2006 10:30:43 AM
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