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I took this picture at Silverwood Theme Park over Labor Day Weekend this year. I went over there with a bunch of friends and had tons of fun. While there we stopped by the 5th Annual Classic Car Show and this is one of the pictures I snapped.

I edited this in Paint.NET by taking the original photograph and duplicating it across three layers. The bottom layer was left simply sharpened. The middle layer was blurred, oversaturated, and then set to the Glow blend mode. The top layer was blurred and had Sepia applied to it. Then I used the Gradient tool to fade out the top layer so that the image effectively fades from left->right from sepia+blurred to sharpened+oversaturated.

A low-resolution (800x600) copy of the original photograph is available for comparison here, [link]
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a Ford F-150 tuned by Chip Foose
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"Hemisphere" by Chip Foose at SEMA 2007
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By Chip Foose...
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hope you like it


original wallpapers:
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Made on january 2009.

This car design was inspired by the great foose coupe, made with photoshop.
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By Chip Foose...
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This is a Chip Foose designed car, titled "Impression." I wish I could have this in my garage..if I had one. I photographed this at the World of Wheels car show in Milwaukee, WI.

More of this car to come...

FULL VIEW available
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2006 Ford Mustang Stallion by Chip Foose

Image of full car being uploaded to scraps section due
to blurry image: [link]

For the 2005 Mustang, Ford pulled much in the
way of design influences from the 1969 and
1970 Boss series and Mach 1. Although the
exterior was decidedly retro, the underpinnings
were entirely new for the first time in 25 years.

The new chassis structure used MacPherson struts for
the independent front suspension and a three-link live rear
axle. Stopping was handled by power-assisting vented disc
breaks front and rear. Power came from either a 4.0-liter
single-overhead cam (SOHC) V-6 rated at 210 horsepower
or from a 300 horsepower version of the SOHC V-8.

Custom car builder Chip Foose saw the Mustang shape as
an excellent starting point for his own take on the
legendary American pony car. Although Foose retained the
basic Mustang shape, he changed the look by redesigning
the front and rear fascias, grille, rear lighting and hood.
He also added C-pillar ducts, revised side marker lights
and a new rear spoiler of his own design.

To alter the stance of his new "Stallion", he changed the
springs and shocks and fitted 20-inch Foose wheels with
sticky BF Goodrich tires. He also stiffened the chassis and
beefed up the brakes. Although the engine wasn't altered
internally, output was increased to 325 horsepower by the
use of a high-flow air filter and free-flowing exhaust system
from the catalytic converters back.

This, the very first Ford Mustang Stallion, numbeer 001,
was built and shipped to the 2006 Barrett-Jackson
Scottsdale auction, where it was acquired by the
Hendricks Collection


Gateway Auto Museum, Gateway, Colorado.

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2006 Ford Mustang Stallion by Chip Foose

This Image uploaded to scraps section due
to blurry image.

For the 2005 Mustang, Ford pulled much in the
way of design influences from the 1969 and
1970 Boss series and Mach 1. Although the
exterior was decidedly retro, the underpinnings
were entirely new for the first time in 25 years.

The new chassis structure used MacPherson struts for
the independent front suspension and a three-link live rear
axle. Stopping was handled by power-assisting vented disc
breaks front and rear. Power came from either a 4.0-liter
single-overhead cam (SOHC) V-6 rated at 210 horsepower
or from a 300 horsepower version of the SOHC V-8.

Custom car builder Chip Foose saw the Mustang shape as
an excellent starting point for his own take on the
legendary American pony car. Although Foose retained the
basic Mustang shape, he changed the look by redesigning
the front and rear fascias, grille, rear lighting and hood.
He also added C-pillar ducts, revised side marker lights
and a new rear spoiler of his own design.

To alter the stance of his new "Stallion", he changed the
springs and shocks and fitted 20-inch Foose wheels with
sticky BF Goodrich tires. He also stiffened the chassis and
beefed up the brakes. Although the engine wasn't altered
internally, output was increased to 325 horsepower by the
use of a high-flow air filter and free-flowing exhaust system
from the catalytic converters back.

This, the very first Ford Mustang Stallion, numbeer 001,
was built and shipped to the 2006 Barrett-Jackson
Scottsdale auction, where it was acquired by the
Hendricks Collection


Gateway Auto Museum, Gateway, Colorado.

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All rights reserved.
All the materials contained in my deviantART gallery may not
be reproduced, copied, tubed, edited, published, transmitted
or uploaded in any way without my written permission.
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