Gas Monkey Garage Sticker. Fast "n Loud Decal/sticker 3" X 5" Glossy Vinyl (2) on 2040-parts.com
Detroit, Michigan, US
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Surface Finish:Glossy Vinyl
This sticker is one of the Logos from the cable show (Fast and Loud) Gas Monkey Garage Dallas Texas, these 2 guys Richard and Aaron top notch car guys..... buy auto's fix them up and flip them....really nice show, if you a Car guy really nice having the sticker (Gas Monkey Garage) on your car, even more impressive if you can find one...hard to find. the Decal is made from synthetic (polypropylene or polyester - similar to vinyl, but thinner and stronger) material. the color is made with automotive-grade color pigments that are heat-fused onto the material, so the image is resistant to weather, car-washes, etc. this sticker is flexible and easy to apply. this sticker is printed on a oval background but you can cut to shape if you wish or apply it as/is.... it could last about year or two under normal outdoor weather conditions. the size is 3" x 5" you get (2) Black & White.
most bumper stickers typically last between a year and two outdoors under normal weather conditions. some one the bumper stickers I have, have lasted as long as 5 years (under normal conditions) no gaurantee tho. all I'm saying that it's a great decal, a great value..a very rare and and hard to find sticker that will truly set you and you car apart.
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