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Old 07-02-2009, 04:29 PM   #11
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Sticker is on its way!
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Old 07-06-2009, 03:47 PM   #12
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got my sticker today. I put it on the outside of the window on the black part of the glass.

thanks for a good product

(on one of the pictures, I used my hand for a size reference for those interested)



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Bump...still have some if anyone is interested.
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Anyone need/want some?
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I also have a white car. I wanted to say a little more to "My Followers", so I made up a sticker and put it on cafe press;
http://www.cafepress.com/iamurme.353492247
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I also have a white car. I wanted to say a little more to "My Followers", so I made up a sticker and put it on cafe press;
http://www.cafepress.com/iamurme.353492247
"It's Nothing Personal; It's hypermiling!"

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Old 12-03-2009, 11:56 AM   #18
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honestly, I am glad that I didn't get the black one that I was hoping for. I was going to put it on my front bumper in the recessed area. the area that I just filled in to smooth off the bumper.

I am actually still really happy with the sticker.

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I have two flowmaster stickers on the back of the cav so I was thinking about putting it over one of them but then I truely would be a redneck. I'll see how it goes.

side note: (for those that don't know) the flowmaster stickers was a joke. I put flowmasters on my truck when I had it and thought it would be an oxymoron of sense to put them on a cavalier. sadly, several people continue to try to race me because they take it seriously. lol
Bought an '87 Plymouth Voyager about 10 years ago...never did run quite right...BUT...it had a flowmaster sticker strategically placed over a rust hole on the hatchback...
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Bump for some stickers!
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