Custom Show Boards

May 30, 2012

Jen’s Sweet ’66

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Jen remembers this car from when she was barely old enough to walk and talk, as it was her dad’s car.  I had a lot of fun with this project – check out Jen’s dad looking down from the clouds.

Genuine 1965 Driving School GT350!

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Wow, what an experience it must have been back in the day to use this car to learn how to be a race car driver.  This is simply an amazing car and wonderful rare piece of history.

OK, I’m having trouble editing down my text….

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I often advise my clients to use as little amount of text as possible on their Custom Show Boards.  However, sometimes it is necessary to use LOTS of text.  In this case, the client was selling his car at auction and wanted to document the car well for the sign.  Here, I combined the Super Sport general layout with the Fully Loaded to turn it into a 20×30 sign.

A Nice Pair of Early Shelbys

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Here are two very nice Shelby’s I recently worked on. These are my favorites – a ’66 GT350 and a ’67 GT500. SWEET!!!

May 11, 2012

New Plaq Mounts are HERE!

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I’m always on the hunt for new and innovative ways to diversify my offerings. I’ve recently discovered this great method to print, laminate and display Custom Show Boards. It’s called Plaq Mounting, and it’s revolutionary.

Your Custom Show Board will be printed on luster paper, and coated with UV laminate in a beautiful glossy finish that will look great displayed with your vehicle.  Matte finish is also available at no extra cost by request (the examples here are shown in Matte).  Once printed and UV protected (yes you can clean it now) it is sealed to HD wood and then beveled and edge foil sealed in black (other colors are available by request) for a beautiful finished presentation.  Keyholes are precision cut in the back for the option of easy hanging on a wall.  I think you will agree that this is a terrific alternative to framing, and this process also adds substantial weight to the sign so that it doesn’t blow over easily when displayed outdoors.  Here comes the best part – This awesome technology is now included with any size Custom Show Board.

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