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Removed Hood

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I had a crazy idea in my head to take the hood off of my fiesta MK7 Zetecs..

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What do you guys think?

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Different. Lol. Any reason why?

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Please tell me you dont plan on driving it that way? :p

Aside the facts that its illegal and would do the engine no good at all... However, a perspex bonnet....

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Oh. I thought you had literally taken it off. Lol.

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Back in the 80's and 90's engines were beautiful and well they were engines,

You could see a block with manifold etc. Powerful engines were special,

Now there fitted with plastic covers to make them look good because underneath looks like it was drawn by a 3yr old kid,

Id colour code the panels and engine cover.

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That was an excellent photoshop never would have thought it!

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You've used the "falling" or jump technique. One photo with the bonnet open and one with it closed then remove the bonnet from image. Very well done. Now do one with a cat floating above the engine

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You've used the "falling" or jump technique. One photo with the bonnet open and one with it closed then remove the bonnet from image. Very well done. Now do one with a cat floating above the engine

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