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Thread: Some outside pics with the custom stealth front

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    Some outside pics with the custom stealth front

    Snapped some quick outside shots today.



















    Last edited by Toni; 09-29-2011 at 03:54 PM.

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    Hmm. I don't know if I like it or not... It looks somewhat similar to the 97-98 front, which I like, but a bit different enough to where I don't know. I like that you kept the crosshairs.

    At any rate, it looks VERY clean, definitely not a hack job. I think one thing I would have changed would be to get rid of the line across the front, I've always hated that on my car.

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    Wow... Toni that really came out nice!

    Agreed that removing the line would smooth out the front better.

    Check it out on Youtube!!


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    I like it, nice to see the Dodge crosshairs still represented.

    Only thing I would change is to stock black turns/snakes/headlight doors, which would look really good with your black wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HilbillyHomeboy View Post
    I like it, nice to see the Dodge crosshairs still represented.

    Only thing I would change is to stock black turns/snakes/headlight doors, which would look really good with your black wheels.

    Jeremy
    You aren't the only one who had said that. I actually like the white lights! I think the black ages the car too much. Maybe I'll find a cheap set of lids and markers to try it out.

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    She looks beautiful, Ant! I like the crosshairs.. & the photography as well
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    Only thing that would make it look better is if you couldn't see the IC sides.

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    Looks sick Toni, good to see it going again.
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    I like the bumper a lot!
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    Looks clean. Did you end up using 2 stealth front ends to make this? How hard was the body work?

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