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Create a thin selection like shown in the image below.
Fill the selected area with white.
Use the Eraser tool with a soft edge in the brush settings then erase the edges to fade the line slightly.
Create a new layer then create a selection of the back window then fill it with white. Reduce the opacity to 19%.
Find a picture of a cloudy sky then paste it in your document. Use the Free Transform tool (Edit > Free Transform) to transform and position the image into place like shown below.
Reduce the opacity of this layer to 50% then use the Eraser tool to erase the area around the windows.
With the clouds layer still selected, erase the bottom half of the windows like shown in the image below.
Reduce the opacity of the clouds using the Hue/Saturation tool (Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation or Ctrl+U).
Next, find and paste a picture of an airplane hanger. Use the Free Transform tool (Edit > Free Transform) to position, resize, and rotate the image into place like shown below.
Now use the Warp tool (Edit > Transform > Warp) to warp the image like shown below.
Use the Eraser tool with a hard edge to erase the areas outside of the windows.
Reduce the opacity to around 23%.
Choose Filter > Blur > Motion Blur using the settings shown below. The angle should match the slant of your car.
Create a selection like shown below.
Select the layer with the car body then select any selection tool. On your keyboard, press the arrow keys to nudge the selection to the left of the car slightly so that the selection. Right click on the selected area then choose Layer via Copy. Move this new layer back to the right to cover the door edge.
There will still be other parts of the door edge still visible. Use the same technique shown in the previous step to remove the rest of the door edge.
Create a new layer and position under the layer with the car body.
Se your foreground color to black. Create a path like shown below then in the Paths palette (Window > Paths), right click on the path and choose Stroke Path.
Duplicate the current layer (Ctrl+J) then use the Hue/Saturation tool (Ctrl+U or Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation) with the colorize option checked to change the color to a light blue like shown below. Move this layer slightly to the right.
Use the Eraser tool with a large brush and soft edge to erase the edges slightly so that the opacity is reduced slightly.
Use the Burn tool to add some shadows where appropriate like shown in the image below.
Use the Smudge tool to smudge the two lines together.
Open an image of a car with mufflers that you want to copy. Create a selection of the muffler then copy it to clipboard (Edit > Copy).
Paste it in the main document as the top layer. Use the Free Transform tool (Edit > Free Transform) to position, resize, and rotate into place.
Use the Eraser tool to erase the excess areas from the bottom. Use the Burn tool to burn the top left of the mufflers so that it looks like it is blended in.