No expert here, but, for my taste, I would prefer it to be longer, more an element of the design, less involved and less of a focus. I think that you are really onto something, Brian, sometimes less is more.... One hundred people polled, and one hundred and one different opinions! Just make it yours alone.......
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I tryed several different ways to do the front, up on the hood I thought was to much with the flames on it. Out of the wheel well made so I had to go to low on the body I thought so I needed somewhere to start it at and if I went over the whole fender it made the need for more on the bed. Thanks for the input all
George I like it the way it is to but I'm wanting to spice it up some so to speak and as for the color I'm thinking like a burgandy color but I'm not possitive on that yet.
I like it!
It starts with a burnout into a checkered flag, then a flame out...cool!
And keep in mind,,,it will look better without the white baking on it.So it will look smaller when installed.
Up to you Brian,,,truck looks good with or without.
Oh,,and I like the flames on the tail lights.
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