Mitsu Lancer (Evo IX) mods

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    Cool Mitsu Lancer (Evo IX) mods

    Introducing the Mitsubishi Elvolution Lanceramino. Attachment 6189

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    And the Lancer Cabrio (Special edition)Attachment 6190

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    ... And of course the originalAttachment 6191

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    Re: Mitsu Lancer (Evo IX) mods

    the paint doesn't match in the frst 2, which just draws away any credibility the chop might have, although i like the one in post 3. PLEASE tell me you're using MS Paint, the quality is dreadful. the only advice i can give you right now is practice more, use high-res pictures for cut/paste and if you're using MSPaint, try not to scale things so much. the bedlid needs some work, don't do a gradient from any color to white like that, try going from blue to a lighter blue.
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