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Hellenbac Exteriors

For that 'just came from an adventure' look
 
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At hellenbac's, we take pride in turning that mundane car into an extraordinary vehicle. You can have us splatter it with any one of our different kinds of mud. We can get it completely dusty with our many colors of grit and for that 'just escaped a tornado' look, we can pressure blast it with wet grass. Great for covering up or justifying dings and scratches. Come back again and we will wash it and start anew.

All of our muds and grits are mixed to have a low acidity.

sartep, Jul 16 2003

"Mudder" Paintjob for Yuppie SUV's http://www.halfbake..._20Yuppie_20SUV_27s
Different idea, same intent. [phoenix, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Helenboch beer http://www.beerlabe...ls/labels.pl?id=858
[krelnik, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       SUV Justification.
Cedar Park, Jul 17 2003
  

       I would pay good money for a covert, call-out service, that came out in the middle of the night. Their first task would be to spray-up my neighbour's obsessively-polished car.
riposte, Jul 17 2003
  

       For the look that says "I've been to Hellenbac".
phoenix, Jul 17 2003
  

       wouldn't want to risk actually driving off road--a rock might fly up and chip your paint
oxen crossing, Jul 17 2003
  

       Can I get high-acidity mud for a little extra $$ ?
DeathNinja, Jul 17 2003
  

       <off topic>There's a mountain resort town called Helen in northern Georgia, it is designed to look like a small town in Switzerland. The microbrewery there makes a beer called "Helenboch".</off topic>
krelnik, Jul 17 2003
  

       Love it. Do you know how much cheaper cars would be if they didn't have to be 'brand-new shiny?' We've been working all weekend to improve the gloss on a rocker panel, for a truck, which will never be that glossy again, and we're scrapping 90% of 'em.
RayfordSteele, Jul 17 2003
  
      
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