We created the Track Fighter Mustang for Avery Dennison to highlight their supreme wrapping film at the 2012 SEMA Show.
Project Builder: Pictographics
Project Sponsors: Avery Dennison, Eibach Springs, Nitto Tires, Airaid, Doug Thorley Headers, Corsa Exhaust
Watch this fun time-lapse video of Avery-Dennison Supreme Wrap in process.
As you can see in the video, wrapping the vehicle can totally transform your car and gives the appearance of a high quality paint job. And when you’re tired of that color, take it off. Try another!
Halloween Car Show at Tivoli Village. Had to wear the flight suit and leather helmet.
The Track Fighter Mustang is wrapped in Avery Supreme Wrapping Film. Avery was chosen because their color-change vinyl is available in 33 standard colors including gloss, matte and metallic, with chrome to be announced at SEMA. Avery will release a number of new Supreme Wrapping Film products at SEMA. The TRACK FIGHTER Mustang was wrapped upon delivery in August and driven until the SEMA show then will be unwrapped, and rewrapped on the show floor using the newly introduced products.
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" Our Mustang pays homage to the fighter, but is not intended as a replica. " - Craig Miller,
" In addition to the dramatic custom appearance that can be achieved by a well-executed color-change wrap, paint durability is what makes the Avery product so appropriate and desirable for the TRACK FIGHTER Mustang. " - Craig Miller,
" A car that is worth more, has better curb appeal, and is easier to sell or trade in for a new Ford is a smart proposition. This modification allows the owner to drive a unique one-of-one automobile yet is economically sensible. " - Craig Miller,
" Land Rover wanted an eye catching graphic on their vehicles that would focus attention on their safety features. Pictographics art director Thomas Reddie designed a cut-away graphic. " - Craig Miller,
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