My work goes international

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tinter
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My work goes international

Postby tinter » Fri Oct 10, 2008 8:16 pm

Guys,
Here is my latest top secret project done for the October 2008 Paris International Motorshow...the Chevy Orlando people mover concept car.
I completed the vehicle about a month ago and it was shipped to Paris to be displayed there for public reaction.

This has got to be one of my most prized jobs of an international standing I've ever done.

Rob.
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Follow link below, in the 'search' box type 'Orlando'....this will
take you to the Orlando press shots.
I did the roof as well.
http://gmeurope.info/MOPIDB/search.htm

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Re: My work goes international

Postby T-Rex » Fri Oct 10, 2008 8:28 pm

Interesting roof indeed, whats the blue stuff?

Looks good too, so did you do the job in Aus, or did you travel to the US or somewhere else?
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Re: My work goes international

Postby Callahan » Fri Oct 10, 2008 9:41 pm

Congrats Rob :first: You keep going 1 better .... :thumbs:

It doesn't look bad in that shot ...
Regards,
Les.
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Re: My work goes international

Postby tinter » Sat Oct 11, 2008 7:20 am

The car was done at Fishermen's Bend.
I had the glass all out except for the front screen and the twin port roof panels.

I'm not sure what was done as an insert to give the roof this amazing visual effect, but that came after I had done my bit.

The conditions I have to work in at these design places is very ordinary from a dirt/dust perspective as it poses challenges I don't normally encounter on a day to day basis.

This one will be going on my website for sure. :thumbs:

Regards,
Rob

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