Artist Took a Sharpie to Her Husband’s Nissan GTR and It Went from Nice to Incredibly Awesome

I recall a conversation with someone about car colors and I remember one girl telling me how she disliked silver cars because it looked like they were sold unpainted. The owner of this Nissan Skyline GTR also doesn’t like silver-colored vehicles and wanted to give it a new paint job.

In the meantime, he asked his wife to cover up some minor scratches on the fender with a sharpie. Because she is an artist, she created intricate designs and that is when her husband got an idea.

A car enthusiast who is also a member of the U.S. Military purchased a 1995 R33 Nissan Skyline GTR.

When his wife, Allison, covered up minor scratches with intricate designs using only a sharpie, her husband got an idea.

Instead of repainting the car a different color, he asked his wife to create designs across the entire car.

These are the three designs that were used to cover the original scratches.

While Allison worked on the exterior, her husband tuned the interior and the engine.

It involves a lot of work but makes for a unique one-of-a-kind car.

When the weather was nice, they worked together outside.

But if the weather didn’t cooperate, they would bring it into the garage to continue the work.

If you saw this car in front of you, it would definitely get your attention.

Allison worked on separate panels of the car and only the doors needed to be finished.

After 100 hours of work, this car transformed into something special and incredibly awesome.

They also put several layers of clear coat once completed to prevent the designs from washing away.

It doesn’t get much cooler than this.

This couple worked together to create one awesome car that will get plenty of attention.

H/t: Reddit

Important life lessons like taking care of cars so they last longer but always look great aren’t lost on this couple. It is also so great to see a husband and wife collaborating on projects and all they needed were sharpies, hard work, and lots of imagination. Please share this great artwork with your friends and family.

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