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How to Jigsaw the Design for your Car's Rooftop Advertising
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I cut just that side of that line and mark and then it’s gonna go quite quickly actually and then we can sand the edges down and we’re gonna make it look smart as we get to the end. I’m not going to cut the teeth out. I’m juts gonna come along the front edge there. Now, let’s get cut out and we’ll be back in a moment or about an hour probably.