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Hey I want to see what peoples ideas were on modifieng the exterior of the 944. And no i dont mean the Riced out 944 ribs I want to see what peoples ideas for "kits" are.

Sorry if this topic seems stupid but i just wanted to see what peoples ideas are.

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Old 10-23-2001, 03:53 PM
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Photoshoped 9fo fizzle

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I would definitely like my next 944 to have this body on it....
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Shaun, are those rims to scale? Is that how a super low 944 with 17" would look? or are they closer to 18"? Do you think you can black the centers (black rim, polished lip look)? Nice work BTW.

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not mine, but still cool:


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Oh...sorry...I didn't mean to post the rice...I didn't read the first post. Here is something I did one day when I was trying to figure out how to make the rear of our cars not look so damn ugly...it was quick and dirty, not really polished, and a before and after:

I was thinking a kind of 240Z type rear with a foot or so hacked off the rear overhang.

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LOL @ ribs. Ok have you ever seen the ambiguously Gay Duo on SNL? That looks like their 'penis' car
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I kind of like that idea ribs. Reminds me of the BMW M hatchback. But I think the 944 pulls it off better. Obin posted a picture of a 924 station wagon once. That picture also reminds me of that. Anyway, in terms of the ugly back of the 944, how about that 968 conversion for the back? That would look ok with the turbo front end. Removing the rubber bumpers helps, but not THAT much.
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You want to know something funny...you are not the first person to tell me that...I got that same reply by a couple of people over at rennlist when I posted this a while ago. HAHAHA .

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Here are some ambiguously gay duo video's, BTW: ambiguously gay duo

You need quicktime to view them (I don't have it because it is like a nazi and takes over a lot of file formats on your computer and won't give them back).

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I don't know about you guys, but the back end reminds me of a Honda CRX.
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Don't quit your day job ribs - although your Web page is a definite thumbs up!

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Don't quit your day job ribs - although your Web page is a definite thumbs up!

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I don't have a day job to quit! Thanks about the web page...its still a work in progress...I wish I had more space though...I have 800 or so megs of car videos I wish I could put somewhere.

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Ribs, for that kind of space you are gonna need to fork out 10 bucks a month for server space. There are a few places that offer unlimited bandwidth and server space for very little a month. I used to use simplenet, now a part of yahoo, I had unlimited space, bandwidth, and all that crap. Otherwise you will need about 200 free accounts.
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Back before I owned a 944, I used to have a Toyota MR2. That thing could really fly around an autocross course!


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Ribs, hey, can you do me a favor? Can you take one of your car pics (of your red 951) and black the rims (with the silver lip) like this car? I wanna see if I like the look on a red car. Thanks a million.

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Quote:
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kinda reminds me of either a z or a bmw m coupe.

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Here are some pics showing different wheels, colors, or special effects. Enjoy








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Quote:
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Ribs, hey, can you do me a favor? Can you take one of your car pics (of your red 951) and black the rims (with the silver lip) like this car? I wanna see if I like the look on a red car. Thanks a million.

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I haven't really played with replacing colors before...here is my first try:


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How do you replace the colors and still keep all the shadows and reflections? Is there a simple way to do it with photoshop?

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