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Show Us Your Motors!

Discussion in 'Motors' started by Lopéz, 18 Oct 2002.

  1. Diddums

    Capodecina

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    You've only wrapped half the car though :confused:


    Edit: go here and create a QR code, then stick them all over your car.

    https://www.qrcode-monkey.com/
     
  2. NathWraith

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    That GT86 looks cancerous, sorry mate. One of my favourite cars too.
     
  3. Acme

    Caporegime

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    I was thinking about this when you posted it actually, I was going to make a joke asking if it is running Mayhems coolant. :D

    As for the wrap, I think it would look much better if they had paid more attention to making it less regular.

    The idea had potential, but has wound up looking like a tiled pattern desktop background from Windows 95 :p

    You could always break it up with some blue Mayhems decals on the doors/etc. But if you're happy with it as is, thats all that matters at the end of the day.


    Yes! Which while Marmite in appearance, looks much better because it isn't a repetitive pattern.
     
    Last edited: 23 Nov 2020
  4. HoneyBadger

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    It reminds me of a prototype car that has the funky paint job.
     
  5. adam cool dude

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    Oh I thought it was one of those stance nation signs that means nothing.

    Is that website for real it looks like a scam. It even has "solutions" which is what all the scam companies use? I must be getting old.
     
  6. randomshenans

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    Definitely needs a massive drop on it. So much arch gap! New wheels too. Wrap is different, you like it and that's all that really matters tbh
     
  7. Tenzo

    Wise Guy

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    Personally think it looks like a black car on a frosty morning.

    Not my cup of tea, but it's got people talking so I guess that's something.
     
  8. Mayhems

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    Thank you for all the comments. It's definitely garnering the attention and definitely working. Yes, I think we need a do more decals advertising the company along the side (maybe other companies within our industry as well). But still undecided how we go about it.

    Trying to break up the pattern more would be a good idea as well. I 100% agree with that.

    Lowering sorry not going to happen, did that to my blue GT86 and we have too many speed ramps to high up around where I live. Wheels need changing at some point but not sure on the colour yet, a few have said gold but I'm not keen on gold.

    As said not for everyone how ever in the face it looks different and better imho but that's just me. Its doing the job I intended it to do more than expected.
     
  9. Siliconslave

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    weirdly thats what i don't like about it - the bits of normal trim just look out of place now
     
  10. sigma

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    I’m not sure it works as a marketing tool, I’m not inclined to check out what the company does after seeing it. I’d guess it was trying to advertise a fashion brand if anything.
     
  11. Siliconslave

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    i'm sure it works nicely as a work expense ;)
     
  12. Cookeh

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    Well its an excellent marketing ploy for sure, based on the replies so far you've gained a net minus one customer, and a lot of negative criticism.

    Not me though, as I was never in the market anyway.
     
  13. grudas

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    Pretty much. It'll get you noticed and that's it. I can't recall the last time I went to a website advertised on a car..
     
  14. Minstadave

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    [​IMG]
     
  15. adam cool dude

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    But that is advertising and at least is clear and concise.
     
  16. paradigm

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    It’s also a more pleasing finish!
     
  17. SSO

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    Here are a few of ours

     
  18. Stu999

    Wise Guy

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    ^^ Difficult to beat :D Does the Senna grow on you looks wise, I don't think it's the most handsome car McLaren have made. Suppose it doesn't matter when you're driving it.
     
  19. HoneyBadger

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    Are Mclarens as unreliable as YouTube videos would seem to suggest?
     
  20. SSO

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    It drives brilliantly and the looks do grow on you.