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Old 02 Feb 2012, 08:05 am
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Default Rear trunk lid decals? Ideas?

I'm looking for some ideas for a rear trunk lid decal. I wanted a pin stripe graphic that spanned the full with of the rear chrysler logo, found a few designs I like on streamlinegraphics site but I think I'll have to ask for a custom size as their web site only allows you to order a graphic 12" in size. They ship to the UK which is obviously a must!

I've seen a few pics on here with some nice pin stripe designs but what designs do others have?

Any other places I could buy from?
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Ever thought of finding somebody that does airbrushing? It would look a lot better than some tacky decal slapped on the back of the car.
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Old 02 Feb 2012, 08:13 am
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I know it would look much nicer but around where I live it will be hard to find someone to do this! Ideally I'd like some flames painted on the side as well.
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Ever thought of finding somebody that does airbrushing? It would look a lot better than some tacky decal slapped on the back of the car.
..as was said before, everybody's got their own pinion.

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Ever thought of finding somebody that does airbrushing? It would look a lot better than some tacky decal slapped on the back of the car.


I agree with you about the stickers.

Less is more with me

I ordered a 92 mustang 5.0 from the factory with the pinstripe delete.

Havent owned a vehicle yet with pinstripes or any other kind for that matter
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Less is more with me
This. While some airbrushing can look cool, don't get me wrong, but a lot of it is just too distracting.

Which reminds me, I need to debadge the PT. Good thing winter's been so warm this year. lol
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Yea, but then it looks like everyone else's. Even the manufacturers have 1/2 a dozen wheels to choose from with each model so changing wheels doesn't make it personal. Just another plain Jane PT cruiser on the road.
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Yea, but then it looks like everyone else's. Even the manufacturers have 1/2 a dozen wheels to choose from with each model so changing wheels doesn't make it personal. Just another plain Jane PT cruiser on the road.
90% of OEM wheels are boring. A set of aggressive aftermarket wheels and a good suspension stance will make heads turn more than stick on stuffs. Just sayin'...
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90% of OEM wheels are boring. A set of aggressive aftermarket wheels and a good suspension stance will make heads turn more than stick on stuffs. Just sayin'...
Sorry, only a very slight percentage of people would even notice that a cars been lowered unless it's scrapping on the ground and as far as wheels, you might think that most OEM wheels are boring but again, most people wouldn't notice aftermarket from stock. Almost every car nowadays comes with some sort of aluminum wheels. You have to look long and hard to see any hubcaps and even with them you have to take a second look to see if they're real 5 spoke on custom wheels. Just Sayin'.....

...and of course we're not talking 22 - 28 with the center spinning even when the car isn't moving.
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Oho? You've never seen good wheel setups.*









Yes, they're Galants. The nicest wheel/suspension combos I've seen is with these guys.
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