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This just drove by....I'm kinda speechless....

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Does the horn go "MOO!"??

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Gateway delivery.

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Now I know who bought all the left over paint and primer Dodge was using in the late 80's. 

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It's one of those car wraps.  It's from the global warming product line. It's called "broken sea ice" ;)

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Looks like the garbage bag shrink wrap failed.

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Instructions on the bottle said "apply to a non conspicuous area to test the results"

OOPS !!!!

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31 minutes ago, Joe Cocuzza said:

Instructions on the bottle said "apply to a non conspicuous area to test the results"

OOPS !!!!

Who reads directions?  That's what you find in the bottom of the box when you have the project almost finished and are looking for that missing piece. 

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He: Honey, have you seen that new paint brush I just bought ?

 

Her: Yes, the kids said they wanted to play with it.

 

Paul 

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applying vinyl wraps requires skill and patience

 

Here is how you apply vinyl wrap using an exacto knife so as to make it look perfect and not devalue your luxury automobile.

 

 

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8 hours ago, mike6024 said:

applying vinyl wraps requires skill and patience

 

Here is how you apply vinyl wrap using an exacto knife so as to make it look perfect and not devalue your luxury automobile.

 

 

 

Rule #1. Do NOT consume any alcoholic beverages until you have successfully completed the application or your vehicle may look like this....

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At first glance I thought it was a manufacturer road testing a soon to be released model.

They camouflage cars that have not been released so no one can grab pics and plaster them all over the internet.

But that one has custom wheels and other mods.

Makes zero sense to wrap your car like that.

 

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Just another attention seeking trend. Hopefully the fad will die a quick death.

 

Greg in Canada

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14 hours ago, Matt Harwood said:

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Also offered in convenient battleship size!

_ _ _ _ _ The famous "dazzle camouflage" of World War I. I definitely can't see that at all. I wonder how long it was before someone said: "I totally see your battleship!"
Maybe it worked better in the fog

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sign painter had a sneezing fit. multiple ah-choo mode.

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My first thought was a Friesian dairy cow but I can't see the udder.

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9 hours ago, zepher said:

At first glance I thought it was a manufacturer road testing a soon to be released model.

They camouflage cars that have not been released so no one can grab pics and plaster them all over the internet.

 

I thought the same thing. Don't you see the Ford Super Duty pickup hidden in the camo.

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talking about vinyls, strolling down the street friday we walked passed a Porsche Panemera, it was wrapped in plaid, yes plaid. thin line plaid !!
wish we would have gotten a picture of it. definitely catches the eye !!

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I think the worst trend with wraps is when they take something like a Lamborghini and wrap it in flat black.

Zero shine, just flat black.

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“What do you mean I should scuffed the surface with a red pad before I painted it? I just took it through the car wash!”

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