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Question Finished the GT350 illustration. Did I get the details right?

Thank you guys for your feedback on the wheels. I did more research and decided to go with the 10 spoke, as I saw a lot more of them when I was looking around.

I finished up the illustration and I'm getting it ready for the newest art print and tshirt, but I wanted to check with you experts to make sure it looks correct and that I didn't miss any details!

Let me know your thoughts!

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Lose the whitewalls , add the 1/4 window or lose the side scoop and redraw the side mirror. I understand not putting the GT350 on the side because of licensing but make it correct for 1 year not a blend of two.
Just this '66 GT350 owner's opinion.


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Lose the whitewalls , add the 1/4 window or lose the side scoop and redraw the side mirror. I understand not putting the GT350 on the side because of licensing but make it correct for 1 year not a blend of two.
Just this '66 GT350 owner's opinion.
Thanks, that's great feedback, I appreciate it.

This is intended to be the initial version, the 1965. I see what you mean about the sidescoop and 1/4 window now. It's either or! Tough call now on which to remove, but I think I like the louvred window more than the scoop, so I think I'll stick with that.

You just saved me from launching a mistake of an illustration, so thank you
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The '65 had louvers but no scoop. The '66 had the windows + the scoop. The "10 spoke" wheel was '66 , not '65. '65 was a 15" silver painted steel wheel or the Cragar wheel ( five spoke) made especially for Shelby American. The tire in '65 had a distinct "blue dot" on it. The first 252 '66 models had those two wheels as well.
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The '65 had louvers but no scoop. The '66 had the windows + the scoop. The "10 spoke" wheel was '66 , not '65. '65 was a 15" silver painted steel wheel or the Cragar wheel ( five spoke) made especially for Shelby American. The tire in '65 had a distinct "blue dot" on it. The first 252 '66 models had those two wheels as well.
Not trying to rain on your parade , just trying to help.
That's VERY helpful, thank you very much
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