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Below is a sampling of freehand sketches of design concepts for various aspects of Shadow while I was in process of designing and building him:
Above can be seen more of my ruminations regarding the front air dam and its possibilities.
Still more fabulously expensive and impractical fiberglass fenders above.
During my Pontiac Firebird Trans Am infatuation I considered rendering Shadow into a much more showy car with the shiny enamel paint everyone else usually uses, plus creating my own spectacular hood decal or paint scheme: a winged stallion. Two versions are shown above. The hood scoop in the sketch is the small standard fake scoop which came with 1969 Mustang Mach Ones-- which Shadow possessed in his earliest days with me. This appearance of the original scoop dates the sketch to near the beginning of Shadow's transformation.
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Above is a version of Shadow with an outrageous rear wing spoiler, rooftop air conditioner, stallion hood decal, twin CB antennas, no front bumper(!), and recessed driving lamps. And yes, the original sketch was done on a piece of cardboard from the era.
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