Putting stickers on the back window of your truck is not a new concept,from Calvin-pissing-on-something to powered-by-Coors decals, we've all seen it before. In the show scene, stickers are a way of giving thanks to the people who donated parts or work to get your truck show worthy. The one big problem with this is if you are putting a truck together, you have an idea about how it's going to look. And we're sure this look doesn't consist of a bunch of different-colored and -shaped stickers all over the place. There is a different approach you can take: have one giant sticker made that does two things; gives love to your sponsors and doesn't detract from the truck. We contacted Tim from Ultimate Design in Placentia, California, to cut us one such decal for our Comp Cruizer project. With the amount of companies involved with the project, we definitely needed one of these. Tim asked us to measure the back window and send him a list of all sponsors and a digital picture of the truck's paint scheme and window size. The next day, we had a preliminary design waiting for us in our e-mail box, and after we OK'd the decal, Tim cut it out. He brought it to the paint shop and stuck it to our back window, saving us the hassle of lining up 25 different-colored stickers. We know this is some pretty simple tech, but if you put this kind of thought into your build, it shows you didn't just slap it together.

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Ultimate Design
608 Nenno Ave.
Placentia
CA  92870