SPiRiT Gasoline: The official Fuel of the TMMC

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SPiRiT Gasoline: The official Fuel of the TMMC

Post by gwoodard41 on Mon Jun 11, 2012 6:47 pm

Just did for kicks, using the current template of the Interceptor I have up to date.




Comments, concerns, advice?
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Post by BWard on Mon Jun 11, 2012 6:53 pm

No concern from me, that's looks awesome Smile
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Post by Mother of Invention on Mon Jun 11, 2012 6:56 pm

nice car, but I wonder if the USAA falls under the military Sponsor ban >_>
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Re: SPiRiT Gasoline: The official Fuel of the TMMC

Post by gwoodard41 on Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:12 pm

Mother of Invention wrote:nice car, but I wonder if the USAA falls under the military Sponsor ban >_>

USAA is an Insurance Company for Current and Former Military. It's not advertising a military BRANCH of any country, it's an insurance company.

This is similar to the USO, it's another organization based for military personnel, former or current, but it is not a branch of any military of any country.

Then again, nothing is final until 2013 rolls around.

- Any Branch of the Military of any Country
Reason: Advertising for people to go die does not interest me. Most people who enlist in the modern day I don't believe know what they're getting themselves into. You can argue that I'm not patriotic all you like, but the truth of it is that I would have been first in line to enlist during World War II.


I'm compliant with the rules, if I think the sponsor conflicts with a rule, I'll ask about it, but because it's not a BRANCH of the military of any country, but an insurance company, I believe it complies with the rules, if not, I'll not have it on any car I paint when said car(s) race.

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