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Nov 14, 2009 16:37 |  #1

I had the opportunity to shoot this amazing looking car a while ago :

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(A 'warm' black and white conversion)

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(A 'cool' black and white conversion)

With a powerful V8 engine spinning those wide rear wheels isn't too difficult :oops:

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Nov 14, 2009 16:40 |  #2

I can see where the Viper got it's inspriation..Is that a rep or org




  
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Nov 14, 2009 16:44 |  #3

Great shots.


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Nov 14, 2009 17:39 |  #4

Great shots, I prefer the cool look


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Nov 14, 2009 17:48 |  #5

its a replica (bigger rim/thinner tire wall/wrong instrument panel) but great shots!


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Nov 14, 2009 20:59 |  #6

I like number 2 the best, really show's all of the lines and the driver view the best, nice!


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Nov 14, 2009 21:55 |  #7

Good ones. With the clouds & probably blue sky, I think that B&W was the way to go with those.


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Nov 15, 2009 00:46 |  #8

Good shot! Cool black all the way :)


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Nov 15, 2009 04:48 |  #9

Thanks for the comments.

I felt a b&w conversion looked good because of the 'implied' age of this kind of car, personally I don't like black and white conversions on new or recent cars, but on older, classic beauties like these I think it can be done.

RadAL wrote in post #9015451 (external link)
its a replica (bigger rim/thinner tire wall/wrong instrument panel) but great shots!

You've got a keen eye and know your Cobra's, it is a replica (a Dax Tojeiro to be exact), don't know if any real, genuine 427's exist in Belgium actually :oops:

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