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After an intense 2 years to fix all the rust on my 1973 Mercedes, i'm pretty much finished.
My wife promised to throw a party to celebrate but i upped the offer and told her that she'll have to pay for a custom made grill badge that says what the car really is: pussy magnet.
So it's time to reach into your creative minds (or crotches) and see who might be interested to design the badge...
Any takers to make a cool $100?
The badge should be around 4-5in in diameter and obviously have the words "pussy magnet" in it.
And yes, this is a serious offer (well, ok the pay is silly but the rest is real).
Post your entries below (or email me privately).
- Dad's was more of a hunter green and had a grill badge but I can't remember what was on it.CyBrainX
- what happened to the car? yeah, the amount of money and time i've put into my car... i know i'll never get it back.pr2
- After my dad passed away, my mom sold it. I was only 17 at the time. I tried to convince her to keep it. At least the guy who bought it said he wanted it...CyBrainX
- to be the last car he ever owned.CyBrainX
It doesn't need a badge, its cooler without it. Spend the money filling the tank and going for a long drive with your family?
This badge would be fairly easy to create, A budget of $100 is not enough, though.
Also, do you want a badge as featured in the photos or a new trunk badge to replace the model number?
Between resin printing and molding, a few hundred easy. Then the finish; do you want it chrome plated, gold plated? Not out of the question, but again, added materials and labor is added cost. If you wanted full color interior, more labor. That could be reduced to a UV coated sticker then covered with clear 2 part epoxy poured fresh out of a vacuum.
A fun project, but underfunded. One could make it out of metal, as well, then I would switch to CNC opposed to pouring, followed by a stone tumbler to smooth the perfection out of the milled piece.