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Old 03-15-2012, 09:27 PM   #21
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Yeah, I did. I wanna add some more to it like possibly a grill guard, and N-fab step rails, side mount low profile black tool box (which I don't know if exists or not yet), and maybe a set of more aggressive tires. The grill guard I will likely design myself because I have yet to find a style that I like.
Nice! I'm a graphic designer so I can appreciate the work you put into that rendering! Haha I love "photochopping" cars!
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Old 03-15-2012, 09:37 PM   #22
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If you want to do it go for it. I've slowly been working on a fx4 raptor myself.
If u dont mind me asking, wht did those rear shocks run you?
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If u dont mind me asking, wht did those rear shocks run you?
I purchased the rears, front coilovers, and upper control arms all for $1000. I just purchased the lower arms for $500.
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that rendering ^is amazing. I'd love to see f150s like that.
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Gee whiz, Ford spends millions developing new body styles and ideas. Leave it up to a guy sitting at his house with "photochop" to make the best looking f150 ive ever seen. that looks fantastic.
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Gee whiz, Ford spends millions developing new body styles and ideas. Leave it up to a guy sitting at his house with "photochop" to make the best looking f150 ive ever seen. that looks fantastic.
Indeed... Always liked the tircoat with adobe trim
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I purchased the rears, front coilovers, and upper control arms all for $1000. I just purchased the lower arms for $500.
Pretty good deal
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Great job! What photo program did you use to do the rendering?
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That render looks fantastic. Patent the plan and sell it to ford! No doubt it will sell like a wildfire
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Great job! What photo program did you use to do the rendering?
Most likely Photoshop
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