Many first-time customizers visit this site. In an effort to help them select their first projects, each custom has now been assigned a difficulty rating.
Easy: A simple parts swap. Little if any paint.
Basic: Some modified parts. Mostly a new paint job.
Moderate: New and modified parts.
Skilled: Lots of new and modified parts. “Frankensteining” often involved.
Advanced: All of the above, plus a great deal of original sculpting.
I recently got my hands (finally!) on the Gray Ghost, and I remembered this version of the Shadow’s car you repainted for Harley. I’m thinking that a repaint in various tones of gray might make for a nice accessory for the Ghost. I don’t know about the size, though – I have this car, but it’s packed away for a pending move, so I can’t check it out.
What do you think, oh great custom Maker?
I think that’s a great idea! And I can’t wait to see the results. I don’t think the size against gray ghost will matter much. Those old timey cars were big!
Thanks. I appreciate the encouragement. And You’re right – I’d forgotten how big some of those cars were. He may need a booster seat to be behind the wheel but he should look great standing next to it!
If/when I finish, I’ll send you a photo.
Oh hello awesome custom maker, quick question for you was the car originally black or yellow I’m trying to find it online because I was thinking of making my own, i do too love the episode Harley’s Holiday!!
It was black, or at least dark gray or blue. From the 1990s Shadow movie. There’s also a yellow cab from the same movie. I used it to make a Batmobile.
Ok thanks so much I thought for sure it wasn’t the yellow one!!