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Old 02-21-2010, 07:10 PM   #16
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I like that E46 - I didn't know Sharpie made a paint pen - that makes sense to me now.
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Old 02-21-2010, 07:12 PM   #17
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Here's a shot of that Lambo;



And of a Hellrot 3 series;




My biggest concern would be ink fading... Even a great clearcoat wouldn't prevent UV from fading the Sharpie ink (which isn't meant to be used as car paint!)...
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Old 02-21-2010, 07:15 PM   #18
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I'd do it if I had a spare hood. I only think grey scale cars can pull it off. That lambo looks good. once agin the white E36, is a no no.
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Yeah, but there are lots of paint pens on the market, so you could make it durable.

Even a good old brush would do the job nicely.
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ah-friggin-mazing...like most people said, if I had the time and a spare hellrot hood and hatch I would do it in a heartbeat...problem would be the roof though, that way it flows together. A Ti hatch would be hella easy anyways since it's 1/2 the size of a sedan/coupe trunk.
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http://www.bellpowersports.com/360/B...500420pmz.html
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That must add at least 5 hp.

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Hell, If I had the skills I'd do it on my current hood. It's shot anyway, but alas, I have ZERO artistic ability. My friend does really cool stuff like that but it'd take him FOREVER to do the body panel, and I can't distract him from schoolwork now
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I like it. I love the B&W contrast but looks also good on the Hellrot.
I don't think it will work on my Calypsorot though.
The lambo design reminds me of the front cover of Rolling Stones Tattoo you
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