Tuesday, August 21, 2012

1981 Jeep Scrambler - 4-Wheel & Off-Road Magazine

A little write up about a vehicle we sprayed bed liner coatings on.  To bad they didn't catch the typo on Truck Decor, but hey...we'll take  the recognition! 



1981 Jeep Scrambler - 4-Wheel & Off-Road Magazine

Friday, August 17, 2012

Progressive Insurance

My Sister Paid Progressive Insurance to Defend Her Killer In Court.

http://mattfisher.tumblr.com/post/29338478278/my-sister-paid-progressive-insurance-to-defend-her#notes

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

It's a Bugatti Veyron in Gulf livery!

http://www.topgear.com/uk/photos/bugatti-veyron-gulf-livery-2012-08-01
Typical. You leave your precious, million-pound Bugatti Veyron outside on the street and some ‘yoof' comes along and daubs it in spray paint. ‘Broken Britain' and all that, eh?
Err, not quite. Not unless these feral paint peddlers have an innate appreciation for the Aston Martin LMP1 and Porsche 917s of yore; iconic cars liveried in the blue and orange of Gulf oil. No, this could only be the work of one particular artist, Mr Ian Cook of PopBang Colour - the gentleman who makes messy automotive art with radio controlled cars, car tyres and toy wheels.
To celebrate the launch of the Wilton House Supercar and Classic show this weekend, he and Lord Pembroke mulled over the idea of doing something interesting with his Bugatti Veyron. The artwork on the bonnet is a reference to the Bugatti logo - which has now become a big fat splat of paint - and the whole thing was wrapped with both the Porsche and Aston featuring on the Bug's flanks. You have to admit, it's quite striking, no?
Have a click through the gallery for more pictures and let us know what you think. The supercar show kicks off on Sunday 5th August.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Reflex Spray On Bed Liner

Truck Decor

Reflex Spray On Bed Liners

Polyurea Hybrid Chemistry
Reflex's RX700 polyurea hybrid chemistry has a stellar, decade-long track record of consistent, trouble-free performance.

Thick, Tough & Rubbery

Reflex spray-on truck bed liner chemical material is spray-applied up to 1/4" thick forming a rugged, watertight, durable truck bed liner for demanding, every-day use. It won't crack, peel or warp and permanently protects your truckbed from abrasion and rust. The extreme flexibility of a Reflex spray-on truck bed liner provides a rubbery, non-slip, textured surface that grips your cargo and holds it in place.
This high-end elastomeric polymer will spray out in high humidity without the use of a moisture combative molecular sieve, a talc-like powder found in many older formulations yet still used by many spray-on systems.

Polyurethane, Polyurea & Hybrid Polyurea Chemistry

Urethanes are formed by the reaction between an isocyanate (A side) and a polyol (B side) and is by far the leader in flexibility, abrasion resistance, and temperature range.

Ureas are formed by the reaction between an isocyanate (A side) and an amine (B side) and presents an advantage for hard coatings applied in humid conditions using high-pressure equipment.

Polyurea hybrids (such as Reflex RX700) are formed similarly using a combination of the two, taking the flexibility and abrasion resistance characteristics of polyurethanes and teaming it with polyurea's ability to apply in humid conditions.

Environmentally Friendly

Reflex RX700 is comprised of 100% solids and does not contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or produce flammable vapors.

Ready to Use

Reflex RX700 develops a tack-free surface in just two minutes and can be trimmed immediately. The actual preparation and professional application of a Reflex spray-on truck bed liner requires just a few hours, after which it is ready for light-use immediately and heavy hauling after 24 hours.

Long-lasting, Brilliant Color

With Reflex proprietary chemistry, the use of readily available automotive colorants makes color matching a breeze, resulting in superior gloss, color retention and UV stability, all without an additional topcoat.Truck

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Monday, April 2, 2012

Easter Jeep Safari:  March 31 - April 8, 2012 Easter Jeep Safari consists of trail rides, mostly day long trips, departing from Moab Utah throughout the 9 day long event.
The Red Rock 4-Wheelers is a membership-supported organization, with two levels of membership. Voting Members & Associate Members. All voting members must be licensed drivers and own a four-wheel drive vehicle. Voting Members must be residents of Grand County, San Juan County, or the city of Green River, Utah. There is no limit as to the number of Voting Members. Annual Voting Member dues are $40 per person.


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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Ken Block Wins his sixth rally at the 100 acre woods.
By JBurns

Salem, MO — Monster World Rally Team’s Ken Block and Alex Gelsomino piloted their 2012 Ford Fiesta H.F.H.V. to a sixth Rally in the 100 Acre Wood title on February 24-25th, 2012, in Salem, MO. The team won 15 of the 17 stages in a hard-fought battle on the extremely fast Ozark Mountain roads and squeaked out a 29.3 second victory over Subaru Rally Team USA’s David Higgins and Craig Drew.
From the very beginning Block set a blistering pace outpacing his rivals to lead after day one. On the first leg of the second day, Block lost time to Higgins with a pair of tire punctures and suspension damage. After service, the team made up their lost time and pushed hard during the last two stages to secure the victory.
“I’m stoked about winning my 6th Rally in the 100 Acre Wood,” said Block. “The battle against David Higgins was intense on every stage. He’s the current Rally America champ and one of the people who helped teach me how to race a rally car when I first got started, so to finally compete against him on this level was great, I really enjoyed it. I’m definitely looking forward to running against him again later this year in Olympus.”
David Higgins’ second-place overall finish keeps the team on top of the 2012 Rally America National Championship standings.
Three-time Polish Rally Champion, WRC and Dakar Rally driver, Krzysztof Holowczyc took the third podium position in his Art Logisitics Racing Team Mitsubishi EVO. The team was slightly off the pace after replacing an engine damaged during testing, but managed to take advantage of some key competitor retirements to make the podium.
Most notably, Rockstar Energy Drinks’s Antoine L’Estage and Nathalie Richard, last year’s Rally in the 100 Acre Wood overall winners, broke a transmission on stage 4. The characteristically reliable team was battling with Block and Higgins, and within seconds of the factory-backed teams before their mechanical failure ended their run.
Deeper in the field, Canadian Rally Championship contender, Leonid Urlichich with co-driver Carl Williamson, broke a tie-rod on stage 9 to end their top-10 run. Chinese rally driver, Rick Song with co-driver Martin Brady, broke their engine on stage 8 leaving the race in the ninth overall position.