A few more photoshop attempts

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A few more photoshop attempts

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I've been practicing with photoshop and since one of them is a BX I thought I'd post my efforts.

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I like the cream Mk1.

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I like the cream Mk1.

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I prefer it standard :wink:
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Kitch wrote:I prefer it standard :wink:
Me too, a cream or white mk1 TRS is the most sexy BX ever in my saddo honest opinion :)
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Ian_Fearn wrote:
Kitch wrote:I prefer it standard :wink:
Me too, a cream or white mk1 TRS is the most sexy BX ever in my saddo honest opinion :)

Ian you do worry me. :shock:

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tim leech wrote:
Ian_Fearn wrote:
Kitch wrote:I prefer it standard :wink:
Me too, a cream or white mk1 TRS is the most sexy BX ever in my saddo honest opinion :)

Ian you do worry me. :shock:
I wouldn't go as far as Ian, but I do admit I really like them in that guise too. My first BX was Ivory.....although it was a mk2, and not a TRS.
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My first was a 1990 G phase 2 16TZS in white and I have a photo of on my wall, i gotta say it looks fab with the two tone bumpers and the Z style wheeltrims. I did polish every week and it was a lovely example, why oh why did i trade it for a new AX!, its dead now according to DVLA.

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tim leech wrote:My first was a 1990 G phase 2 16TZS in white and I have a photo of on my wall, i gotta say it looks fab with the two tone bumpers and the Z style wheeltrims. I did polish every week and it was a lovely example, why oh why did i trade it for a new AX!, its dead now according to DVLA.
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I like the TZS hatches, and the 19TZD.
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If i had a scanner I would show you how clean it was, i used to take the wheel trims off and clean the wheels behind them, then stick um back on! :oops:

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Good subject to get the hang on photoshop.... cream bx is very nice, but I prefer all cars in their original state.... :roll:
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Not all cars are great in their original states but I think the Cream BX is simply vile!
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Didnt the cream one's have those hideous brown interiors (urgh!!), there's no way i'm driving a car which is brown on the inside, bad enough if its brownish on the outside, i think they look like turds on wheels....

Now if the cream bx had a black interior, then that would be ok.....

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My Mk1 was like travelling inside a caramac bar :) its nickname was the caramel crusader :)
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MULLEY wrote:Didnt the cream one's have those hideous brown interiors (urgh!!), there's no way i'm driving a car which is brown on the inside, bad enough if its brownish on the outside, i think they look like turds on wheels....

Now if the cream bx had a black interior, then that would be ok.....
About 12 months ago there was a 1982 YES 1982 BX 14 in the south of france in ivory with the caramel dash.... HOW SEXY.... I need to get a life...
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