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Old 02-10-2017, 02:39 PM
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Something for the Jeep Renegade Owner

Hi all,

I found this decal set on ebay, while looking for anything on the new Jeep Renegade


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Would any of the aircraft repainters like to take a shot at this?
This might actually get me to build one of those

Rick
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Old 02-10-2017, 03:40 PM
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That's interesting. Wild paint scheme. Not your average, hum drum all white airliner.
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Old 02-13-2017, 01:30 PM
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Any of our crack repainters want to take a shot at this?

It is unique, current, and colorful, and more importantly, of interest to me :-)

I hate the sound of crickets, so if you can, help a brother out?
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As an owner of a jeep renegade, I am also interested in such a repaint. Like Rick, I also find the sound of crickets annoying and disturbing....

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I was expecting free vouchers for a mechanic...
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Old 02-13-2017, 03:24 PM
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Cricket?! https://www.jokergreeting.com/produc...nt=28411345153

Bought a couple of them, they are annoying. Not for me but my boss and co-workers. Took them 3-hours to find it! Stuck to the underside of the toilet tank lid.

He-hehe!

They used un-repeatable words to describe me...

Bought mine on the kickstarter campaign.

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Reminds me of a very funny story...you had to be there...
I used to work with a Sign Company, and we produced Cut Vinyl Stickers.
You know...Window Stickers and stuff like Car Logos, Cartoons, Slogans, etc.

And we used to sell "stickers" at all the major Fairs, Events and Car Shows.
We also did custom cut decals on the spot.

This one time, we were at Performance World Custom Car Show...
Had our huge table surround setup, 20'x30' feet booth,
with angled tabletops and hundreds of decals on display.
Behind the tabletops, all the stock was hidden from view,
so Customers looked at the display tops, picked the decals they wanted
and I pulled them out from behind the tabletops.

Anyway, this guy walked up to the Table
...and says directly to me "got anything for a Jeep?"

As it happens, right in front of me, under the tabletop, was an item...
and without a seconds hesitation I grabbed it, and lifted up...

a "For Sale" sign.

Timing was absolutely perfect.
The entire booth broke out in laughter...the Customer walked away.
Best Jeep moment ever
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