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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by TheKonz, Oct 19, 2009.
true but it draws very little attention on the road
It makes your business blend in , and i would want to stand out in these times of ecconomical crisis
3white ,a couple silver,2green and rust colored plow truck .
Red with flames
All five trucks are black with just enough chrome .looks sweet.
all the other lco's in my area have white trucks so i am going to set my self apart and paint my two trucks silver and with my green and orange logo i hope it looks good. I also have a print shop that is going to take a picture of grass that I have and make a wrap that will only go around the bottom of the truck. I am also putting astro turf on the doorpanels and making custom floormats with it as well. I used to paint and customize cars before getting in the lawn game and i still have the itch to customize everything. I had even been thinking about painting all my equipment the same silver with the same logo and grass theme. wife put the kibosh on that idea.
my ranger is black
My Chevy is dark green. I love the color. I would like to have a green fleet someday. Everybody else has red or white around my neck of the woods.
Both of my current trucks are Black. I run an older 80's chevy which gets alot of attention because of its age and nobody else has them. If they do, they look like crap. Wit the black color i have goldish lettering. I believe it stands out over the contractor white i see everywhere.
neon green and black letters is bold , i have had people say it was to bright but it caught their attention.