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Hello
I am making a 3d model of a corvette based on this blueprint:
www (dot) the-blueprints (dot) com/blueprints/cars/chevrolet/24522/view/chevrolet_corvette_c3/
and the model itself is complete but I wish to texture it with some photos to make it look more realistic. My problem is that I can't seem to find a complete set of photos of the same car of the type that is in the blueprint(not sure what the model name is) so I was hoping someone here could help me out with some nice pictures dead on from the side, the back, the front and if possible the top.
Thanks :)

(sorry for posting link but I just can't explain which body type I am referring to otherwise)
 

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thanks for the reply, I could probably get a few cuts from the video and use those, but I was hoping for some pictures with a little less reflections, and maybe one from directly above would be great.
Anyways that is an awesome vette, almost unbelivable that you built it. :D
 

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thanks for the reply, I could probably get a few cuts from the video and use those, but I was hoping for some pictures with a little less reflections, and maybe one from directly above would be great.
Anyways that is an awesome vette, almost unbelivable that you built it. :D
Thanks! Sorry, don't have the pictures you're looking for. I can't take any right now because I'm modifying the hood for cold air intake to the engine. Yeah, I built it and constantly doing more upgrades all the time. I upgraded the trans from a 4 speed to a T56 6 speed since the video. I'd like to see that 3D model when you are done. :thumbsup3:
 

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The blue print drawings are of a 1980-1982 Corvette. To get photos of those angles would almost require a photo shoot to mimic the drawings especially the overhead view. I have some of my car but I don't have the bubble rear window. You might be able to search the year range of vehicle for photos and find something that might work.

Good Luck

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ok. thanks will search a bit more for 80-82 in specific. I think I might be luckier searching through cars for sale ad's instead of galleries also because the shots tend to be more thorough. Just need to stay cool so I don't end up buying one :p
 
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