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Old 01-19-2005, 06:20 PM   #1
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custom paint jobs? It would be nice to have a program that would allow you to design paint scemes and see how is would look before you paint it. Just a thought. If anyone know of a cheap one, let me know.
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Hey there....something you could use is in NASCAR 4 on the PC there is a paint shop where you can import your own images...That might work for you....
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I've used "Need For Speed Underground 2" for paint job inspirations. You can't exactly go completely custom, but the combination of vinyls can give you some really good schemes.
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I've used "Need For Speed Underground 2" for paint job inspirations. You can't exactly go completely custom, but the combination of vinyls can give you some really good schemes.
I use both underground 1 and 2 and have got some pretty wicked designs already. Works really well.
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rating. The game would have to be good before I'll buy it. Thanks guys.
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I don't know who rated it low... but I've liked it. There may be more realistic racing games out there, but I would recommend it to anybody.
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