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Old 02-04-2010, 02:29 PM   #1
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HHR specific custom vehicle wraps

I know most of you have probably seen an HHR, and other vehicles too, with business logos printed on them and I wanted to ask if anyone has seen or heard of a custom wrap?
I ask because since there are rock dings and now cat scratches on my hood, I started to wonder if there was anyone out doing custom wraps. Maybe like a full hood wrap with ghost flames. This would cover up the imperfections and save what's left of my hood from being damaged.
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check with a local auto graphics or sign making company in your area. the one's in my area do everthing from business logos full body wraps
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Old 02-04-2010, 07:26 PM   #3
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Wraps

Any sign shop can do your wrap. There are Adobe Illustrator templates for the panel or wagon available to aid the process. In fact you could do the design yourself and have it printed, cut and installed by your sign shop. I have an artist working on a design for me right now.
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I recently spoke with an artist friend who runs a company in Salt Lake City that specializes in wraps. They are definitely available. I'm working on putting some designs together so I can get a quote. I'll post results when they are available.
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:21 PM   #5
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If anyone is interested in the templates I have them for the wagon, obviously you could use them for the panel.
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I bet a Gravedigger vehicle wrap for the HHR would get some double takes.

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Old 02-05-2010, 07:11 AM   #7
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Thanks for the replies.


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I'm working on putting some designs together so I can get a quote. I'll post results when they are available.
I would be very interested to see how your results look as well as the cost involved in this project.
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I bet a Gravedigger vehicle wrap for the HHR would get some double takes.

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I've thought about the same thing myself!! Especially considering that the Gravedigger IS a 49?? Chevy Panel! It would be like a "mini" Gravedigger.
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I bet a Gravedigger vehicle wrap for the HHR would get some double takes.

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My four year old son suggested the same thing when I brought mine home. He looked at his toy Gravedigger, then looked at the HHR and looked at me and said "daddy's monster truck?" Almost went and had it painted that night
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My four year old son suggested the same thing when I brought mine home. He looked at his toy Gravedigger, then looked at the HHR and looked at me and said "daddy's monster truck?" Almost went and had it painted that night
You should have!
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