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US $20.00
Location:

Sherwood, Arkansas, United States

Sherwood, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New

We customize your car, truck, or SUV emblems, engine components, interior pieces, tail lights, turn signal lenses, side mirrors, and more utilizing liquid transfer printing, also know as hydrodipping.

Carbon fiber, wood grain, digital camo, skulls, manga, there are literally thousands of patterns and endless choices in colors resulting in YOU getting exactly the look you want!

In addition, we can provide permanent painted installations OR peel-able liquid wrapped installations. Both options are durable and will last years with proper care. However, if you think you might like to return the piece to it's stock appearance we will utilize liquid wrap to create a peel-able base so you can remove the pattern any time you want.

Emblems are $20 dollars apiece, or 3 for $50
Interior, engine, or other pieces vary on price depending on size and complexity.

You send us your emblems or other components, we customize them and send them back. We can also source new pieces, but that is at additional cost.

We take custom orders! Email disciplegarage at gmail.com to discuss what we can do to set your ride apart from the rest!

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