2008 Race Cars

This Wissota Midwest Modified started off our 2008 racecar lettering season.
It is a combination of a full side digitally printed wrap plus some die-cut overlayed graphics.

Many more would follow Pat and make this a record season for Xtreme Sign & Graphix along with X-Wraps.

First let me welcome Duane Dale from Aurora MN, Travis Nye (Old school*) Ashland, DeJay Mihalek, Ashland and
Shawn McFadden Jr, Ashland to Team X this year.

*See 8 car below.

This being our first full season with the printer we only wanted to wrap a handful of cars.  We started with the 32 car of Pat Cook (above). 
Pat had this car ready and we lettered it in January!!  We used this as a promo for the 08 season and boy did it work.  Thanks Snoose.
Then we wrapped Duane Dale's #24D just in time for the World of Wheels car show in Duluth, MN.  Next we took care of our
Test Pilot (Guinea Pig) Scott Hudack.  Scott was brave enough to let us wrap his #00 for our first ever wrap in 2007.
That car really put X-Wraps on the map.  Scott took 3nd place in the 2008 Fast Lane Motorsports Car Show.  For those who don't know me
that is me standing in for Scott with the 00 and trophy.  We rounded out our preseason wraps with "The Flyin Farmer" Nick Oreskovich.
Nick went home with a 2nd place trophy from the Fast Lane Car Show.  During the racing season we helped Kevin Eder out for a good cause.
X-Wraps made a donation towards wrapping Kevin's car PINK.  The panels were raced a few nights and then auctioned off.  The 11x of Brian Mikkonen
was actually lettered last year but never made it on the site.  It is being raced in 2008 so we will include it here.







Here are some of the cars we lettered this year.  I don't have pictures of every car we letter, some are carry out/ship out.
We take ALL customers and work with your budget.  We will make your car look great no matter what the budget.
From Mild To Wild we just enjoy the racing scene. 








The 8 car above is Travis Nye of Ashland and I feel I should explain this car.  Travis came to me with a picture of his dads race car from back in the day.  He had already painted the car green to match and then asked us if we could make vinyl lettering look like an old school painted race car.  More importantly we needed to make it look like his dads car.  We knew we hit it right on when I asked his dad and he said other than the shape of the car it was right on.