Heavy/Scratch: Alternators reshell Windcharger

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  1. anovasinn

    anovasinn THE PAINTS MUST FLOW!!!

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  2. fateastray

    fateastray AnakRepublikMalukuSelatan

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    Whoa! That's just plain awesome!! Love the color you used too!
     
  3. Alloy Alchemist

    Alloy Alchemist Decepticon sympathizer

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    Just plain AWESOME ! great use of the wheeljack/grimlock mold.
    the 70 dodge challenger is one of my favorite cars....ever since i seen the movie "vanishing point" that is...Great work!
     
  4. AndyHibbsCustom

    AndyHibbsCustom Well-Known Member

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    very cool !! that my fave colour too !!!
     
  5. Long_Haul

    Long_Haul N*ggacon

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    Hey man, digging this with a passion bro, the paint job sells it.
     
  6. G60Force

    G60Force World Smallest Mini-Con

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  7. TigerBlade

    TigerBlade Prepare for extermination

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    I do like this! The Wheeljack/Mustang canvas really suits it.
     
  8. nemesisconvoy

    nemesisconvoy Gundam Pilot

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    I gotta say...this is some damn fine work. I especally like the challenger body and the color. Well done!!
     
  9. HAIL_KING_PRIME

    HAIL_KING_PRIME Well-Known Member

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    thats a cuda body not a challenger
     
  10. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    This custom has become a favorite of mine, mainly because I know of all of the work and heart that's went into it along with the final product.
     
  11. GrandMaXimus

    GrandMaXimus Party in my tummy!!! TFW2005 Supporter

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    Hey man....I'm still alive...just pm through the boards. Life got in the way...

    Awesome work....I completely forgot about this. And a big thumbs up for getting back to me...still waiting on replies from certain people.
     
  12. plowking

    plowking I'm with ErechOveraker. Veteran

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    all the hard work paid of Anova. This is a thing of beauty.

    Top Shelf work sir. Top shelf, center....to be exact.
     
  13. cheetor71

    cheetor71 Autobot

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    Looks fantastic. Excellent job.
     
  14. Wikkid

    Wikkid Semi-retired customizer

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    I think you did a stellar job on this. What really blows my mind is that you were able to re-shell the Mustang mold. That things hard to transform straight from the get go.

    The 70 Challenger is one of my all time favorite muscle cars. (Challenger has dual headlights, Cuda does not)
     
  15. anovasinn

    anovasinn THE PAINTS MUST FLOW!!!

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    Thank you guys to be exact it is a 1969 barricuda. However it is more like a 2005 mustang and 1969 cuda had a baby lol. Windcharger having a car mode that had elements from many different muscle cars i had allot of freedom.
     
  16. seali_me

    seali_me Dakilang Mandirigma

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    I've been watching this from the beginning. This beauty turned out better than I thought. Beautiful custom! Just beautiful!

    I can say that all that hard work and time you put on the mods paid off.

    You must feel awesome doing this. I would have a huge problem letting this one go if inwas in your shoes...
     
  17. Wikkid

    Wikkid Semi-retired customizer

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    Dang, I had to do me some research.

    (It's not important and please don't feel I'm pushing this) But are you sure it isn't a 71. I did a quick look see and found that 71 was the only year they ran dual headlights. I guess I learned something myself one way or another.

    Still a terrific piece d00d.
     
  18. anovasinn

    anovasinn THE PAINTS MUST FLOW!!!

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    IDK bro i will have to look ... ok back you are absolutely right. Thanks ! I know my cars so i trust myself a bit to much sometimes LOL.
     
  19. anovasinn

    anovasinn THE PAINTS MUST FLOW!!!

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    THANK YOU! I have mixed feelings about it. The project i am currently working on will hopefully demonstrate why. I hope i am done soon it is coming along good.
     
  20. Autobot Burnout

    Autobot Burnout Hammer of the Gunplas

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    Impresive! One thing that always bothered me was how Alternators always had to be "recent and modern" vehicles, when frankly having older model vehicles might have been much more interesting, as demonstrated by your excellent work here:thumb 

    So...it's essentially the John Connor of Alternators; having a parent from the past and a parent from the future?
     

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