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Post by wunderlich_33 on Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:18 pm

77mali wrote:If you REEEEEALY wanna be Canadian- go for this scheme.  This is the 76 Olympic Edition Chevelle from GM of Canada.  Might also be an interesting way to two tone using those lines.



Funny that its a 76 with a flat nose. i saw a car at a show about two years ago, the owner claimed that it was a special edition canadian theme vehicle and only 11 were made i though t ihad a picture somewhere , but i cant remember the car for the life of me.

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Post by chevellelaguna on Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:30 pm

What's the seventh digit in your VIN? That'll tell you what plant it was built in.
1AE37 will designate a Laguna
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Post by wunderlich_33 on Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:34 pm

wunderlich_33 wrote:
77mali wrote:If you REEEEEALY wanna be Canadian- go for this scheme.  This is the 76 Olympic Edition Chevelle from GM of Canada.  Might also be an interesting way to two tone using those lines.



Funny that its a 76 with a flat nose. i saw a car at a show about two years ago, the owner claimed that it was a special edition canadian theme vehicle and only 11 were made i though t  ihad a picture somewhere , but i cant remember the car for the life of me.



found it ^^

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Post by kyle1979 on Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:38 pm

I really lIke the 4th and the last... Both vintage colors
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Post by 77mali on Mon Mar 23, 2015 4:46 am

wunderlich_33 wrote:

Funny that its a 76 with a flat nose. i saw a car at a show about two years ago, the owner claimed that it was a special edition canadian theme vehicle and only 11 were made i though t  ihad a picture somewhere , but i cant remember the car for the life of me.

found it ^^

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Yes, IDK about only 11 but that Pontiac Lemans GT has a name too, which escapes me @ the moment.  They Built a few GT37 Lemans' also but that one you posted is different.  Pretty cool cars those Poncho's.
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Post by wunderlich_33 on Mon Mar 23, 2015 9:33 am

Yeah im not 100% on its production numbers but it was in that range, just insanely low.

but that picture was from the first car show I attended. I bought the laguna in the previous fall and come march I went to everything I had time to. I was accually shocked when they let me park with the other cars because my laguna is in somewhat rough shape. ( the nose is cracking, the bottom of the doors on the insides rotting, the corner of the fenders are bubbling, ect.....)
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Post by wunderlich_33 on Mon Mar 23, 2015 9:36 am

chevellelaguna wrote:What's the seventh digit in your VIN? That'll tell you what plant it was built in.
1AE37 will designate a Laguna

ill look for the ownership when I get home, and let you know what it says. if you could tell me exactly where its from that would be great. I have the car history at home aswell.
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Post by chevellelaguna on Mon Mar 23, 2015 1:44 pm

That's the great thing about buying a car in Ottawa, they have that package you have to buy from the Ministry of Trans. Gives you all the previous owners of the car, and the dates title was transferred. I still have it when I bought my Laguna.
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Post by wunderlich_33 on Mon Mar 23, 2015 7:49 pm

chevellelaguna wrote:That's the great thing about buying a car in Ottawa, they have  that package you have to buy from the Ministry of  Trans. Gives you all the previous owners of the car, and  the dates title was transferred. I still have it when I bought my Laguna.

first 7 digits 1E37L61
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Post by 77mali on Tue Mar 24, 2015 7:14 am

Are you sure that last #1 isn't a "Z"?

For 1976:
If it were a #2- Oshawa
B- Baltimore
D- Doraville
R- Arlington
Z- Freemont
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Post by dynchel on Tue Mar 24, 2015 11:08 am

My '74 was built in Canada.
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Post by wunderlich_33 on Tue Mar 24, 2015 1:51 pm

Positive its a one.
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Post by Oldschool454 on Tue Mar 24, 2015 6:44 pm

[img][/img] This is one my friend did for me and wants to put it on a shirt. Just used a photo of my car. I'm lovin it. Very Happy
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Post by chevellelaguna on Tue Mar 24, 2015 6:55 pm

1 -Chevrolet
E37-Laguna
L -350
6 -1976
1 - Oshawa or Wentzville (Canada)
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Post by 77mali on Tue Mar 24, 2015 7:14 pm

Interesting. No mention of Wentzville in the GM Heritage package for 76 that's online.

They do mention Oshawa as #2.
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Post by wunderlich_33 on Wed Mar 25, 2015 6:52 am

yeah I tried looking in to it aswell and no mention of a 1 anywhere
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Post by michiganlarry on Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:34 am

Those renderings are amazing. That was done in Photoshop? I would love to learn more about that process as I have two paint jobs to do this summer. It would be way cool to be able to "see" them in a couple different schemes up front.
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Post by wunderlich_33 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 7:03 am

michiganlarry wrote:Those renderings are amazing.  That was done in Photoshop?  I would love to learn more about that process as I have two paint jobs to do this summer.   It would be way cool to be able to "see" them in a couple different schemes up front.

yeah it was photoshop. took me awhile to get good at it and you need to start with a hi resolution photo.

if youd like id be more then willing to help you with that. just take a good photo of each car from that angle and a side profile and tell me your idea and ill see what I can do.
unfortunately getting a metal flake or any other special effect to see the lighting I cant do just yet.
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Post by michiganlarry on Thu Mar 26, 2015 7:52 am

Thanks! The first job is a 1964 F100 and the second is a Jeep Cherokee.

Can you quickly explain how you change the color and draw the two tone line. I have Photoshop Elements 10 that I process website images on. Not sure if the cheapy version is capable of this.
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Post by fishhead on Thu Mar 26, 2015 8:22 am

I'm partial to old school chrome wheels to compliment the paint.My favorite is the solid orange color.(Hard to beat the old school Cragar SS's on the 73-77's.)

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Post by wunderlich_33 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 10:44 am

michiganlarry wrote:Thanks!  The first job is a 1964 F100 and the second is a Jeep Cherokee.  

Can you quickly explain how you change the color and draw the two tone line.  I have Photoshop Elements 10 that I process website images on.  Not sure if the cheapy version is capable of this.

I use photoshop elements 5. It came with the bamboo tablets years ago and it was accually the full program. elements 11 is a "teaser", ive used it and its not very helpful at all because they want to force you to buy the whole program.

but I use a combination of magnetic lassos, lassos, brushes, line tools, like 6 layers, multiple colour variation and hue tools.

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Post by wunderlich_33 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 10:47 am

fishhead wrote:I'm partial to old school chrome wheels to compliment the paint.My favorite is the solid orange color.(Hard to beat the old school Cragar SS's on the 73-77's.)

I have some nice centerline rims on mine im keeping those, I love them. they have a brushed look to them.

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Post by michiganlarry on Thu Mar 26, 2015 11:03 am

wunderlich_33 wrote:
michiganlarry wrote:Thanks!  The first job is a 1964 F100 and the second is a Jeep Cherokee.  

Can you quickly explain how you change the color and draw the two tone line.  I have Photoshop Elements 10 that I process website images on.  Not sure if the cheapy version is capable of this.

I use photoshop elements 5. It came with the bamboo tablets years ago and it was accually the full program. elements 11 is a "teaser", ive used it and its not very helpful at all because they want to force you to buy the whole program.

but I use a combination of magnetic lassos, lassos, brushes, line tools, like 6 layers, multiple colour variation and hue tools.


Thanks I will give it a go and see how bad I mess it up!
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Post by fishhead on Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:45 pm

Wunderlich,I like your Centerlines bro.Champ500's and AutoDrags are my 2 favorite Centerline styles.I'll bow out now before I get too annoying. ;-)

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Post by dynchel on Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:51 pm

Fishhead, did you ever check out sst/auto drag afficinados on Facebook?  Its a page dedicated to these wheels.  There is also a slot mag page, crager page, daisy mag page, and a couple others i can't remember in my current buzzed state. Beer
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