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Jebrown
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  • I will put together a small sampling for you. My interest is purely selfish as these are the cars I used to watch as a teenager every Sat. night at my Vermont track, Thunder Road and the now defunct Northeastern Speedway. Thanks for the interest.
    Hello Jebrown, I was wondering if you had ever thought of producing a series with 1950-1960's jalopy racers? 1932 to 1940 coupes or sedans. Flatheads, no fenders, little sponsorship. Don't know anything about what it takes to produce these, but it would be great fun to recreate the golden days of the quarter-mile. If anyone can do it, it's you. Your 55, 56, 57 series is outstanding.
    Jebrown
    Jebrown
    Thanks, I enjoy painting cars, especially ones from the 50's. I appreciate your confidence, but I don't think I have the brain-power to make the new model it would take to do the 32-40 thing. Smoker's working a real nice '48 Ford coupe (moonshiner) that I'd love to see in the game someday. The 50's-60's jalopies are certainly a possibility though. Do you have any pictures of cars from that era that I could see?
    Good Morning Jebrown.

    psd files do work with photoshop 2. I could not see a attached file to open in your reply.
    Had a good time in Ireland, went to the Country 2 Counrty Music Festival in Dublin.
    Looking forward to painting on your templates.
    Cheers.
    Clive.
    Hi Jebrown.
    Just got back from my travels, tried to open your templates. But they are coming up as XCF files. Paint shop 2 and Paint are not opening them.
    What do i need to do.
    Cheers.
    DaleTona
    DaleTona
    To open them you need a program called GIMP. GIMP is like Photoshop but free, and gives a lot more options than MS Paint. It is also the only program that opens .XCF files.
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