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Could A Camo Wrap Crush The Predator?!


With the new Predator film hitting the big screen, (and who isn’t a fan of the original??), it got us thinking about ways of modding a motor to escape the aliens.


Adding that straight through aluminium exhaust is a total no-no - we’d want less noise, not more! Engine mapping? Nah, I don’t think an extra 30 BHP is going to outrun the Predator…


The one mod we all agreed on would be a complete camo wrap.



Just like Arnie in the original movie, all face painted to blend in with the jungle, our motors (and us) would stand a chance if we could stay disguised and under the radar.



To get the look, camo vinyl for car wrapping can either come in a pre-printed sheet form or we can print your design individually. We can print any camo design onto our high grade cast vinyl and by printing your camo, we can overlaminate before applying. The overlamainate protects the printed image and prevents scuffs and scrapes. Handy when you're up against some heavy Martian firepower.


When you’re going all out with a camo wrap, you want it to look great for longer - even if you’re battling galactic intruders!



Camo wrap is fitted the same as standard colour wrapping vinyl. We’d prep the car and take off what we can - bumpers, lights - and then get to work with the wrap.  If you’re new to vinyl graphics, we’ve got a guide here on vehicle wrapping.


Now, we’re in no way confirming an alien invasion is around the corner but just in case, wouldn’t you want to be driving into the sunset in something totally amazing?!



If a camo wrap is too much (and you probably think the human race is doomed anyway, regardless of the Predators), how about window tinting or car mirror wrapping? I’m not saying darkened glass will stand up to a photon beam assault but at least you’ll look cool as you go down!


Talk to us on social media - what ideas have you got to outrun the invasion?




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