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  1. #1
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    Camo a truck like Duck Dynasty

    We are working on doing a truck to look like the ones on the Duck Dynasty show. It is supposed to look like Jase's truck which has the Realtree Max4 camo around the bottom with the grass blades growing out of it. We are going with the company called Camoskinz ( www.camoskinz.com ) who offer the realtree and mossy oak patterns as well as the grassy accent pieces... Will keep you posted on progress... This is the 3rd request we have got for a Duck Dynasty camo truck... You all getting requests like this too?

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    I talk with the designer and owner of the shop who did that truck on a regular basis. It will be interesting to see what you come up with.

    I am sure many people get request like that.

    Good Luck!

  3. #3
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    I refuse to have camo in my shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formanek View Post
    I refuse to have camo in my shop.
    I SWEAR I had some somewhere...cant find it tho =/

  5. #5
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    I created some custom camo for a customer to do the bottom half of their truck not too long ago...http://johnniewalkerperformancecente...-camo-project/
    Last edited by Fred Weiss; 01-31-2013 at 01:12 PM. Reason: Incorrect Tag

  6. #6

    Camo!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jhilldesigns View Post
    I SWEAR I had some somewhere...cant find it tho =/
    heh!heh!heh! Took the words right out of my mouth

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    Had someone wanting to show me their Camo-toe (tow?). No idea what she was talking about.
    I just said I wasn't gonna touch that and she left all mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Border View Post
    Had someone wanting to show me their Camo-toe (tow?). No idea what she was talking about.
    I just said I wasn't gonna touch that and she left all mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Border View Post
    Had someone wanting to show me their Camo-toe (tow?). No idea what she was talking about.
    I just said I wasn't gonna touch that and she left all mad.
    LOL!!! Thanks for the belly laugh. A friend of mine has a camel tattooed on her big toe, amazeballs.

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    Jase and Si

  11. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by formanek View Post
    I refuse to have camo in my shop.
    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Wraps View Post
    Why?

    maybe he has a hard time finding it?

  13. #13
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    Just dislike camo. So boring. No design opportunity.

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    camowraps.com make the patterns also... i'm book marking your link however. thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by formanek View Post
    Just dislike camo. So boring. No design opportunity.
    I don't know about you...but customers pay me to wrap vehicles in camo sometimes. If I can stay busy doing camo wraps and getting paid for it...I'll change the name of my shop to Camowhore if they want. Well not really but...you get my point.

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    When the customer can buy camo kits off the internet for 1/2 the price I would charge I don't waste my time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formanek View Post
    When the customer can buy camo kits off the internet for 1/2 the price I would charge I don't waste my time.
    Again...just because they "can" find something online doesn't mean they will.
    I've done camo wraps at my regular price because
    a) they didn't scour the web comparing prices for do it yourself vinyl
    b) they wanted it done right by us
    c) our patterns were superior to the name brand ones
    or d) all of the above.

    In any case...I don't see how it is a waste of time if you tell a customer it will cost $x,xxx to wrap your tuck in camo and they say..."Yes".

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnysigns View Post
    Jase and Si
    Happy Happy Happy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by formanek View Post
    Just dislike camo. So boring. No design opportunity.
    I have seen some neat pre-cut kits...

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    Not a big fan of camo, but we take business just about any way we can get it if it's profitable. I agree on the designs being boring, though. However, we are in the middle of a job for the NG Marksmanship Team that is turning out pretty cool. They gave us some design freedom with it, so long as it incorporates their colors, a digital camo, and an American flag. So far, it resembles the GI Joe toys I was playing with 30 years ago. :D

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    I just wrapped my niece's Barbie Jeep in pink camo and it turned out pretty sweet! Camo Jeep 1.JPGCamo jeep 2.JPGWe haven't wrapped an entire vehicle in camo here, but we do some partial wraps...hunting is a big deal in Wisconsin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren View Post
    I just wrapped my niece's Barbie Jeep in pink camo and it turned out pretty sweet! Camo Jeep 1.JPGCamo jeep 2.JPGWe haven't wrapped an entire vehicle in camo here, but we do some partial wraps...hunting is a big deal in Wisconsin!
    I agree - do whatever it takes to make your business successful. If they like camo in your area.... then sell camo....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrappin View Post
    I agree - do whatever it takes to make your business successful. If they like camo in your area.... then sell camo....
    Feel bad for the duck guys. Seems like they in a lot of heat over recent comments...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrappin View Post
    Feel bad for the duck guys. Seems like they in a lot of heat over recent comments...
    Yea, they are laughing all the way to the bank, they were on BaBa Walters last night said the are worth $80 million.

    And putting their BRAND (name on anything that will sell (NOT TO ME)!


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    They are supposedly coming out with a new anti-homo camo line for the new year. It could do quite well I'm told.
    "Quality by Design"...nuff said
    www.skywatchsigns.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by phototec View Post
    Yea, they are laughing all the way to the bank, they were on BaBa Walters last night said the are worth $80 million.

    And putting their BRAND (name on anything that will sell (NOT TO ME)!


    Phil and one of the boys didn't have time for BaBa, they preferred to be in the woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrappin View Post
    We are working on doing a truck to look like the ones on the Duck Dynasty show. It is supposed to look like Jase's truck which has the Realtree Max4 camo around the bottom with the grass blades growing out of it. We are going with the company called Camoskinz ( www.camoskinz.com ) who offer the realtree and mossy oak patterns as well as the grassy accent pieces... Will keep you posted on progress... This is the 3rd request we have got for a Duck Dynasty camo truck... You all getting requests like this too?
    We are still getting people asking about these Duck Commander truck packages.... Wonder how long the hype will last....

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