“The Ranger is our general work vehicle,” says Dan Marquis, Marquis Signs, Lewiston, Maine. “The Jeep is the sales and general advertising vehicle. We originally wanted a white Jeep to match the truck, but we had to settle for yellow. That turned out to be the best ‘settling’ that happened to us. This vehicle gets a lot of attention and comments—you can’t miss it when it is out and about.”
“The Ranger is our general work vehicle,” says Dan Marquis, Marquis Signs, Lewiston, Maine. “The Jeep is the sales and general advertising vehicle. We originally wanted a white Jeep to match the truck, but we had to settle for yellow. That turned out to be the best ‘settling’ that happened to us. This vehicle gets a lot of attention and comments—you can’t miss it when it is out and about.”
“The base color of the Tundra is red,” says Trent Lundberg, Guru Graphix, Galena, Ohio, “and it’s partially wrapped with printed 3M IJ180mC-120 metallic silver film. Many shop owners such as myself spend so much time producing graphics for their customers that they overlook their own vehicles. Since wrapping my truck last August, my business has increased tremendously. It’s great to always have a great example of my work on hand to show potential—and regular—customers!”
1957 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery. Shane Weissman, Shane’s Accessories, Shasta Lake, California
Billy Mifsud, Sunbury Signs, Melbourne, Australia
In the March/April 2018 issue we published this photo with the incorrect caption. It’s the work of Shane Kenny, Suncity Signs & Graphics, Geraldton, Western Australia. Sorry for the error! —Editor

Shop Trucks

By SignCraft Magazine

Posted on Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

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