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    Transparent display card for previewing different kitchen cabinet finishes - GIF

    Transparent display card for previewing different kitchen cabinet finishes.




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    This reminds me of a paint catalog for new GM cars. A black-line drawing side view of model you were looking at, with a solid border. It was then positioned over a what amounts to a big paint chip.
    Yes kids; back then cars were built to order; paint, interior, axle ratios & power train, and a slew of options for decent cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    This reminds me of a paint catalog for new GM cars. A black-line drawing side view of model you were looking at, with a solid border. It was then positioned over a what amounts to a big paint chip.
    Yes kids; back then cars were built to order; paint, interior, axle ratios & power train, and a slew of options for decent cars.
    And not a single piece of plastic to be had.
    Never try to tell me it can't be done
    When I have to paint I use http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    And not a single piece of plastic to be had.
    Causes wonder of ratios; metallic vs non-metallic then and now.

    To their credit, polymers and resin products advanced leaps and bounds, mileage is good, performance outstanding, rust not so prevalent. . .
    At the same time no individuality, most are ugly, loaded with compensations for inept drivers, certain features as selling points that'll rarely be utilized. . .
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