Brett Pritchard's & PHENOMenal Vinyl's Satin Silver Nismo 350z | Halcyonphoto.net

Here we are coming at you with our latest feature. We were recently contacted by PHENOMenal Vinyl out in Long Island, a company that specializes in vinyl wrapping cars. With our original plans to shoot an airport hanger spoiled thanks to the rain, we made the best of it. The rain and mist was the perfect compliment to the gorgeous satin silver finish, which really showed off the body lines of this Nismo 350z. This 350z was actually wrapped in 3 colors, the satin silver for the main body, satin black for lips, mirrors, and Exhaust trim, and carbon fiber in small accented areas. An absolutely gorgeous and smooth finish in person, really tried to show it off the best I could on camera! Couldn't be happier with the location we ended up at, especially with the music of choice. Enjoy, and you can expect more work coming from us in collaboration with PHENOMenal Vinyl & High End Performance. OUR OTHER LINKS! facebook.com/halcyonphoto twitter.com/halcyonphoto vimeo.com/halcyonphoto halcyonphoto.tumblr.com PHENOMenal Vinyl: facebook.com/PHENOMenalVinyl High End Performance: facebook.com/HighEndNY Song: Music Junkies - Sword of Damocles

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