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    Smile Mustang VS Charger photoshoot

    Had some time to hang out with my budy and his 'Stang today. We setup some shots on the camera in outta the way places - out in the woods and a $2.7million abandend building (was built for Excelsior-Henderson Motorcycles, but they went belly-up within the first year, the building has been vaccant for about 6 years).










    (he modified his tail lights so the outter and inner bulbs work for the brakes/blinker and all 3 light up for the parking lights; doesn't really show too well in this shot)









    We got attacked by killer grasshoppers on the way around the back of the building - damn things were everywhere and seemed to like sticking to us...






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    Two good-looking rides :-)


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    Great pics! But the charger really does overshadow the 'Stang. "Bullitt- The Sequel"
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    Photoshop

    I was playing with a few of them in Photoshop while I was resizing them and came up with a few good "paintings."











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    ^ Yeah, if both cars were similar colors instead of complete opposites of the spectrum, there wouldn't be as much color contrast and visually I think they'd be dead even in agressive looks.

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    Good shooting spot & nice pics.

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    Dude, what hapenned to your plate? how come it's not centered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AreTee View Post
    Dude, what hapenned to your plate? how come it's not centered?

    When I had the SRT fascia installed, I refused to drill holes for the plate mount. That lasted 4 months, got nailed for no front plate 3 times in ONE DAY. So, I made a bracket that bolts on to the underside of the main "bar" of the front bumper and can be removed for shows. It was quicker to make the bracket offset as there was less design time for clearances. It also has a benefit; being offset to the right, most cops in my area setup speedtraps in the center median with the "pull-over" cars in the right ditch - being the plate is angled down and to the right, it makes it harder to get a fix on the plate, forcing them to hit the headlight, which by then I would have already slowed to the limit. I know it works as I've been pulled over by 3 cops to this date who said they couldn't get a fix on my speed, but know I was over the limit and all they could do was give me a verbal warning.



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    Nice pics!



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    charger looks so much meaner

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_luck View Post
    When I had the SRT fascia installed, I refused to drill holes for the plate mount. That lasted 4 months, got nailed for no front plate 3 times in ONE DAY. So, I made a bracket that bolts on to the underside of the main "bar" of the front bumper and can be removed for shows. It was quicker to make the bracket offset as there was less design time for clearances. It also has a benefit; being offset to the right, most cops in my area setup speedtraps in the center median with the "pull-over" cars in the right ditch - being the plate is angled down and to the right, it makes it harder to get a fix on the plate, forcing them to hit the headlight, which by then I would have already slowed to the limit. I know it works as I've been pulled over by 3 cops to this date who said they couldn't get a fix on my speed, but know I was over the limit and all they could do was give me a verbal warning.
    Radar/laser doesnt detect the speed of your car by the license plate. it bounces the signal off of your entire car..... the license plate has no affect on speed detection equipment. we have tested this.... Deputy for 4yrs

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    Quote Originally Posted by AreTee View Post
    Dude, what hapenned to your plate? how come it's not centered?
    He was goin so fast, it slid off center :P
    Nice shots. Crazy how that company went under so quick. Bet they regret payin for that building.
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    Charger looks better!
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    your charger sh*ts all over the stang
    shaker looks awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by marionso14 View Post
    Radar/laser doesnt detect the speed of your car by the license plate. it bounces the signal off of your entire car..... the license plate has no affect on speed detection equipment. we have tested this.... Deputy for 4yrs
    this is true i've ran radar and never had to fix on a plate it sends out a beam and it bounces off vehicle returns back and wala i know your speed radar is cool one of the best part's of being a cop IMO.
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