LOOK: Guy Draws All Over His Mustang with a Marker!


sharpiemustang.jpgMost people wouldn’t dare touch their cars with a black permanent marker, let alone pay someone to give it a custom two-tone Sharpie “paint job”. However, this guy, Chris, did the unthinkable and it turned out pretty badass if you ask me!

With extreme attention to detail and a steady hand, this white 1999 Mustang GT has been completely transformed into a work of art via Sharpie. With a graffiti-like feel, around 50 man hours have been put into this making it a completely one-of-a-kind beast! Can you imagine the looks you’d get driving this bad boy down the road? Priceless.

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Now tell us, would you allow this guy to go crazy on your Mustang with a Sharpie marker? Tell us why or why not below!

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

19 comments

  1. If they were going to take all that time and trouble to do it, why didn’t they use something that would actually last ???

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  2. I like this a bunch. Might be the coolest paint/marker job I ever saw. IF I knew someone with the vision,and skill I would let them do me 01 CVPI in a heartbeat.

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  3. This was really well done, and it looks great!
    For myself, I really like my ’07 Mustang pretty much “as is”, but I DO appreciate those who have an “appetite” for something a bit different!
    Congrats Trevor on your “work of art!”

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  4. Looks awesome! My stang is an 07 grabber orange GT! I would like to see what he could do with a sharpie on his grabber orange stang!

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  5. On my grabber blue convertible 2010?….ummmmmm YES, as long as I could have him sharpie what I choose and if clear coat would definitely seal it permanently.

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  6. Great job it looks fantastic. One question though. How will look after its first wash job? Is this something that you can never wash? I know sharpies are suppose to be indelible but I seriously doubt it is going last on the clear coat paint. Have to admit though it is quite different and true rolling work of art. Hats off, way to go.

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  7. The unusual style and the material that was used make this muscle car extraordinary. Well, if I had a white car, I’d also try this artistic move. Marking the side and the rear can turn a plain car into a thing of beauty!

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  8. The unusual style and the material that was used make this muscle car extraordinary. Well, if I had a white car, I’d also try this artistic move. Marking the side and the rear can turn a plain car into a thing of beauty!

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  9. The unusual style and the material that was used make this muscle car extraordinary. Well, if I had a white car, I’d also try this artistic move. Marking the side and the rear can turn a plain car into a thing of beauty!

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  10. The unusual style and the material that was used make this muscle car extraordinary. Well, if I had a white car, I’d also try this artistic move. Marking the side and the rear can turn a plain car into a thing of beauty!

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  11. This muscle car with bizarre markings is a thing of beauty! It’s like a tough bicep crammed with tattoos. This is something that deserved to be showcased in some car shows out there. This will sure grab the auto enthusiasts’ (particularly muscle cars) attention.

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