Stickershock Rocks!

kcobbva

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The title just says it all.

Eight or nine years ago I designed a scratch rocket because my son said "Wouldn't be cool if we could put a GI Joe in a rocket"! Well heck yes! Thus I designed and built the GI Joe Lofter. It flew once and then retired until last year. Then I forgot to turn ON the chute release and well...the GI Joe Lofter 2.0 was born. I painted it exactly the same; but as cool as I thought it looked it just didn't POP. I reached out to Mark; said, "Look I really don't know WHAT I want, I just want it to POP". Well let's say in my opinion he knocked this thing OUT OF THE PARK! Mark, you really are one of a kind and your designs and vinyl are simply the best out there. Period!

THANK YOU STICKERSHOCK!!!

Before and After

GI Joe Lofter.jpg Lofter 2.0 stickershocked.jpg
 

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Mark's the best at what he does. Always have been happy with his work and device is outstanding. I remember having those GI Joe's when I was a kid. I actually had the ones that talked. One came with his own chute, but it was pretty mickey mouse.

Great looking rocket!!
 

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I figure the figures too will find it attractive and be happy to fly in it.
 

kcobbva

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Yep it flies two chute releases. On on the rocket and one on Joe. Will do a halo at LDRS. Pop his chute at 300 ft
 

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The decals are amazing. The rocket design is very cool, too.
 
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