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Old 07-18-2014, 01:32 PM
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Default Orphaned PHR renderings

As many of you know, several of our favorite Source Interlink magazines have unfortunately been retired. Several months ago, Johnny Hunkins asked me to create a bunch of concept renderings for an article he was developing featuring a reload of Pro-Street style builds.

These are what I came up with. Some are fairly mild while others would require pretty deep pockets to achieve...I hope there's something for everyone here. Maybe one of these will help spark an idea for someone else's project.












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Old 07-18-2014, 01:54 PM
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Either the Torino or the Laguna FTW! I think I spy some Grip Equipped shoes on some of those....


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The Falcon, Laguna and Torino are badass. I also like the dogdish caps and stance on the Camaro.
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Good eye Jeff! Actually, aside from the large diameter 8 lugs, the dog dish steelies on the red Camaro, they're all wheels I've designed. Some are currently in the Grip catalog and some may make their way in there. The ones on the Olds will be available very soon. They're a modern interpretation of the Magnum 500/Rally wheels that were super popular in the late 60s on almost all brands.
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Good eye Jeff! Actually, aside from the large diameter 8 lugs, the dog dish steelies on the red Camaro, they're all wheels I've designed. Some are currently in the Grip catalog and some may make their way in there. The ones on the Olds will be available very soon. They're a modern interpretation of the Magnum 500/Rally wheels that were super popular in the late 60s on almost all brands.
Love those too....
I've been wanting to have those made for my Nova project. 18" poverty wheels that use the stock caps.
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Nice work on all of them
Now I know what PT rally's w dog dish hub caps will look like on Camaro.
Been on my mind for my build.
Thanks for the insight.
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I would love to see someone go all out on a Laguna someday. Not , the norm and probably not many parts for them is why. Also, it would take a king's ransom to fab and custom make everything for one of them, but it sure would be so sweet. I just love the rear end on them with the round lights. C'mon guys, you can't tell me that if you customized and tucked this big ol' bumper that this ain't a sweet looking rear?
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74 Laguna S-3 was my first car. White and maroon with a maroon vinyl top with the cool swivel bucket seats.
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As always Ben great work! The Laguna certainly caught my eye...
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That Torino knocks it out of the park!
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