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May 26

2018

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Late Model Ferrari 612 Sticker a Special Project for Special Car

We recently had the pleasure of completing a reproduction novelty window sticker for 2007 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti F1, finished in Silverstone over Cuoio.  The special project was commissioned to celebrate this Italian V12 supercar, capable of carring four adults comfortably at nearly 200mph.  Designed to replace the 456, the 612 boasted 533bhp and shared the same engine as the 575 Superamerica.

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Jan 22

2018

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Porsche 918 Spyder Window Stickers Now Available

Stuttgart Studios has launched the Porsche® 918 Spyder window sticker designs for the former Nuburgring lap record supercar that originally stickered for $845,000 before options and accesssories.

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Dec 11

2017

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E39 M5 Sedan Window Stickers Now Available

Progress has been ongoing throughout the last quarter of 2017 to offer additional window sticker designs for Porsche and BMW and we’re happy to announce the availability of 1998-2003 (E39) M5 window stickers to our product lineup.

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Jan 30

2017

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BMW M3 Window Stickers Added to Product Lineup

Stuttgart Studios, the leading provider of novelty reproduction window stickers for German sports cars, announces the official launch of BMW M3 window sticker reproductions for various years and models of BMW’s venerable “M” car lineup.  Initially offered on a limited basis, Stuttgart Studios will slowly expand the offerings to a wider selection of BMW Motorsport cars over the next several months to complement the Porsche® window sticker reproductions already being offered for vehicles 1970-2017.

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Oct 22

2015

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Carrera vs Carrara: Which is Correct?

Everyone knows about the 911 Carrera, but what about a white Carrera?  There’s Grand Prix White, Glacier White, and even Carrara White.  That’s right, a Carrera in Carrara White — not Carrera White.  But why?

The spelling of Carrara White is not a mistake, and it’s not an homage to the 911 Carrera either.  That both the car and the paint color share the same name is entirely a coincidence and a different spelling entirely deliberate.

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