Recent content by chad3006

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    Oldsmobile Super 88 (1953)

    Here's blueprints for a '53 Olds 88 Holiday coupe, from my 3D model.
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    Nash Ambassador (1950)

    Here's my 1950 Nash made into blueprints.
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    Hudson Terraplane coupe (1937)

    Here’s a 1937 Terraplane coupe. This is another one from a model I did without blueprints, but it should be reasonably accurate.
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    Mercury Turnpike Cruiser (1957)

    Here’s a blueprint for a ’57 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser. I made them from a model I did a couple of months ago. I made the model without blueprints, using only reference photos, so it may not be 100% accurate, but I think it is reasonably close. It's the four headlite version.
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    Oldsmobile 88 (1953)

    By request, here's a '53 Oldsmobile 88. It's the 2 door hardtop model.
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    Hudson Hornet (1954)

    Yeah, I'd be glad to do the '53 Olds. In fact, I think I've got some reference photos of that model already.
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    Hudson Hornet (1954)

    Thanks, I’ve tried to concentrate on making blueprints for some of the more odd, independent cars, so there is some variety out there; you know things like 55-57 chevy’s are done to death – I still love ‘em, but there’s plenty of resources for them already. Also, my 3d modeling skills suck...
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    Hudson Hornet (1954)

    Here's a 1954 Hudson Hornet 2 door. This is the last year these were made before they merged with Nash.
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    Studebaker Commander Coupe (1953)

    Thanks, so far I’ve used a combination of scanned pencil drawings and good ol’ MS paint, with help from GIMP and InkScape. Yes I can do scalable vector graphics, but the lines don’t always stay as crisp as some I’ve seen around here. I’d be happy to try and fill a request (time permitting).
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    Studebaker Commander Coupe (1953)

    Here's my second blueprint. Enjoy!
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    Nash Ambassador (1950)

    This is my first blueprint. I tried my best to limit perspective distortions, but I’m sure it’s not perfect. I’d love to hear some feedback and if anyone makes a 3d model from it I’d love to see how it turned out. I’m currently working on blueprint #2 and #3. I think they are already better...