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Pinstripping Art

Post  Giobus on Sun Apr 21, 2013 8:58 pm

Hi All,

With BING getting her pin stripping done a couple of months back, it amazing how many other cars have a bit of paint added to them.
Here's BING's

And the ones l saw today.





And my favorite bit of art !

So what have you seen, post some photos of cars your seen.

Catch you all


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Re: Pinstripping Art

Post  Carps on Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:53 pm

Sorry I got lost along the way Gio, but that looks much better than what I might have done anyhow.

Here's a couple of samples of my twisted tallent or lack thereof.

My buddy Dave's Roadster Pick-up.


Cabinent doors in my garage.


Tool tote box from Harbour Frieght.


Little metal toolbox from Bunnings.


Fire extinguisher.


Mailbox.


More bunnings toolboxes.







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Re: Pinstripping Art

Post  DaveG on Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:58 pm

WOW!!! Your a man of many talents Carps, that is some beautifull artwork there.


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Re: Pinstripping Art

Post  Giobus on Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:05 pm

Pete,

Going by some of the pictures you posted, l am the one who missed out !!!

Maybe l should of waited for 'Michelangelo' instead of going to 'Bernini' silent

Great work Pete


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Re: Pinstripping Art

Post  Carps on Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:09 pm

Nah, what you got suits the car perfectly, an old codger like me could have got the shakes and made a real mess of it.

Looks like Shane got sick of waiting for me to come home too, He's been asking me to do his deuce (embossed flames on bonnet) for nearly a year.

I'm a bit slow to start but once I get rolling I guess I'm OK. Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing


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