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Post Sat Jan 18, 2003 8:42 am

vehicle graphics: british bulldog

beats the std union jack dont you think

mini in question is a full blown Miglia racer, 140mph mini !!

belongs to a guy who i sponser with polycarb windows

Vynil was supplied by RACCOON and was excellent quality again...

it was ok to fit apart from the corners which were tricky but a bit of heat and stretch did the trick

pics not to clever as it was taken at night
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Post Sat Jan 18, 2003 9:11 am

FANTASTIC

Whats the life on that? and the cost?

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Post Sat Jan 18, 2003 10:48 am

Fabulous!!! :cool:

...now that's different.

great piece of work Paul - I'm presuming you created it on PhotoS' or something...your study with that software is really paying off eh!

more please.

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Post Sat Jan 18, 2003 3:55 pm

excellent stuff paul... top notch mate :wink:

becky.. i recon the life should be pretty good.. not for ever type of thing but i do know racoon do a clear laminate on the digi-prints. this should take the life much higher than the norm...
theres not much stretching been done on this job so i would geuss all should stay put, pretty well :wink:

i guess paul will be able to elaborate more on this though...
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Post Sat Jan 18, 2003 8:40 pm

Nice one Officer.

Iwas going to say its the Dogs B****ks but he apears to have none :lol:
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Post Sat Jan 18, 2003 8:55 pm

Great work Paul
I stuck up one of those miglias last year and airbrushed a 3D painting of the car ,he finished up fourth in championship, looks like you could be starting a trend with that idea
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Post Sun Jan 19, 2003 11:04 am

NOT MUCH STRETCHING are you mad, that was one of the hardest things ive ever put on especially at the corners, but the key to it was to heat then stretch and pull it tight then we would heat again to shrink the vinyl and stick down, all went on dry

the total cost was 400 quid but that included 150 for the design time

and unfortunatly i cant claim to have designed it, that goes to our designer

Derren at work

As for the Resolution its just as good up close as it is on the pic

Watch for the TerMINIator roof coming up
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Post Sun Jan 19, 2003 1:06 pm

hhmmm what type of vinyl was used paul... was it wrap?
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Post Sun Jan 19, 2003 7:31 pm

Nice to see!!
I've got the contract for our local BMW Mini supplier to do Union Jacks, stripes, chequered etc, my guys would much prefer to do what you've done!! I think car personalisation is a market that begs for development, any comments anyone?

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