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HairyArsedBloke
25th June 2008, 15:26
Someone in Saudi Arabia has a Maserati with a Burberry paint job: Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/00682/maserati-burberry_682037n.jpg)

:sick

Lucy
25th June 2008, 15:28
Someone in Saudi Arabia has a Maserati with a Burberry paint job: Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/00682/maserati-burberry_682037n.jpg)

:sick

Even a Maserati doesn't deserve that!

Dow Jones
25th June 2008, 15:34
Expert on cars, are we now Lucy? have you ever driven a Maserati? If you can fit into it, that is.

Lucy
25th June 2008, 15:36
Expert on cars, are we now Lucy? have you ever driven a Maserati? If you can fit into it, that is.

No. Yes. Yes.

Another keyboard warrior.:moon:

wobbegong
25th June 2008, 15:38
Someone in Saudi Arabia has a Maserati with a Burberry paint job: Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/00682/maserati-burberry_682037n.jpg)

:sick

:laugh What a LOMBARD!

Pondlife
25th June 2008, 15:41
Did a project once for the company that makes the big expensive cars. Used to see all sorts of tacky choices. Bright white leather was the worst, usually destined for the states.:sick

Although, one woman couldn't decide on the colour for her continental until one day turning up with a bottle of nail varnish as her choice.

Money <> style.

Lucy
25th June 2008, 15:54
Did a project once for the company that makes the big expensive cars. Used to see all sorts of tacky choices. Bright white leather was the worst, usually destined for the states.:sick

Although, one woman couldn't decide on the colour for her continental until one day turning up with a bottle of nail varnish as her choice.

Money <> style.

:emb

DaveB
25th June 2008, 16:02
My second thought - the first one being "Bloody hell, thats awful" - was
"How did they do that?" It's either some really trick paint technology to do multiple layers very accurately or it's some kind of overlay applied to the bodywork and then given a clear top coat.

NickFitz
25th June 2008, 16:06
My second thought - the first one being "Bloody hell, thats awful" - was
"How did they do that?" It's either some really trick paint technology to do multiple layers very accurately or it's some kind of overlay applied to the bodywork and then given a clear top coat.

Something like this (http://www.focusdiy.co.uk/Fablon/Fablon-Wimbledon/invt/102436), probably (SFW if you don't mind your colleagues thinking you're a tasteless cheapskate).