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post #31 of 67 (permalink) Old 07-11-2014, 12:55 AM
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I was not able to get much accomplished on these. We are leaving for the FJ Cruiser National event in Ouray, Colorado this weekend. Will be back in 10 days or so. Rick at AVI Graphics should have something put together for me then. He is quite talented, a good friend, so I think we will have something all will like.

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Headed by Ricks today, supposed to have work done on my wrap/design and hopefully the tshirt. Will update this evening.
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Headed by Ricks today, supposed to have work done on my wrap/design and hopefully the tshirt. Will update this evening.
And now for the anticipatory anxiety....let's see what the artist comes up with...
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I think I am looking for something that can actually be the color of the car. Red, yellow, blue, white, or the silhouette in your cars color. Just some ideas.
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Graphic guy out for the weekend. Took Friday off. Next week, maybe.
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Thanks for the update

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Thanks for your response IKenn

My guess is he will take a picture of my car, then work around it. Are most of you into it being as close to exact or more of a artistic version. He is a complete shop, so I can have the Tshirts done in any color. Not looking to make money on these, but have to break even on them, so will depend on the reaction after I have a few designs for all to look at.

All ideas are welcome.
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I like the idea of a silhouette /outline but would like to see the artistic choices as well .

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I was by there today, he says he is working on it. He is doing a custom design wrap for the hood of mine. Dare not push him on the Tshirts or my car suffers. Me first attitude I guess!!!
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I don't blame you , he doesn't need the distraction

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All ideas are welcome.
I truly think you will have to make the final decision as the old saying "you can't please everybody so please yourself" comes to mind. Don't get me wrong there will so many great ideas from everyone, just incorporate them into the final choice and everyone "should" be happy.

The thing that will bother me will be the cost of shipping said item into Canada.........

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When he comes up with the ideas, I will post them on here, so everyone really has a say.

Isn't it possible to just mail a letter type envelope to you. Or do they search that kind of stuff. Never sent anything to Canada before. My friend lived in BC and said it was a night mare getting stuff across. I had sold him a trailer, but he got it home. It was registered in California first though.
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Isn't it possible to just mail a letter type envelope to you. Or do they search that kind of stuff. Never sent anything to Canada before.
Other Canadians may weigh in also. I am certainly not an expert when it comes to shipping into this country.

It certainly possible to mail a letter here, but when I buy something out of the States, I usually ask that it is sent by USPS instead of a courier. We are responsible for taxes and duty.

On small or inexpensive items the Canadian Postal Service seems to look the other way. I recently ordered a passenger door handle and some key fob covers, both came directly to me without extra charges.

But if something comes by courier, taxes and duty are automatically added as well as something called "customs brokerage" which is as far as I can tell a percentage of the actual declared value.

So the $20 shirt might end up costing $30 with exchange (which can't be helped), higher shipping costs, taxes (which can't be helped), duty and possibly a customs brokerage.

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Other Canadians may weigh in also. I am certainly not an expert when it comes to shipping into this country.

It certainly possible to mail a letter here, but when I buy something out of the States, I usually ask that it is sent by USPS instead of a courier. We are responsible for taxes and duty.

On small or inexpensive items the Canadian Postal Service seems to look the other way. I recently ordered a passenger door handle and some key fob covers, both came directly to me without extra charges.

But if something comes by courier, taxes and duty are automatically added as well as something called "customs brokerage" which is as far as I can tell a percentage of the actual declared value.

So the $20 shirt might end up costing $30 with exchange (which can't be helped), higher shipping costs, taxes (which can't be helped), duty and possibly a customs brokerage.

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Couldn't they be mailed as a gift? Note, saying happy birthday or something of the like.
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