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Old post #151 posted Aug 8th 2012, 16:04:49 Quote 
If you buy a personal livery. If you want to change your personal livery in the future can you do this for free or would you again need to buy a whole new personal Livery?
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Old post #152 posted Aug 8th 2012, 16:17:59 Quote 
You have to buy new one.
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Old post #153 posted Oct 20th 2012, 19:43:21 Quote 
Quote ( Michael Keeney @ August 8th 2012,16:04:49 )

If you buy a personal livery. If you want to change your personal livery in the future can you do this for free or would you again need to buy a whole new personal Livery?

About this and without reading the topic, maybe there is the answer...

Is it possible to have many personal liveries ?
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Old post #154 posted Oct 20th 2012, 19:44:56 Quote 
I think sure it is, for 50EURO you are the king of the game, you can everything
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Old post #155 posted Oct 20th 2012, 19:45:07 Quote 
Quote ( Mairo Toom @ October 20th 2012,19:43:21 )

Is it possible to have many personal liveries ?


Of course, at €50 each, although there may be a discount for multiple purchases :)

And of course non-transferable :)
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Old post #156 posted Oct 20th 2012, 19:46:30 Quote 
Vlad, would you mind coming to Pärnu ? I could give you like 400€ :P
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Old post #157 posted Jul 6th 2015, 17:04:00 Quote 
what is the current price for a personal livery ?
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Old post #158 posted Jul 6th 2015, 17:04:36 Quote 
€50
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Old post #159 posted Jul 6th 2015, 17:06:48 Quote 
and who do i contact, what a bargain! bat mobile here i come
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Old post #160 posted Jul 6th 2015, 17:08:28 (last edited Jul 6th 2015, 17:10:10 by Daniel Mason) Quote 
graphics@gpro.net

All the details can also be found here http://wiki.gpro.net/index.php?title=Liveries
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Old post #161 posted Jul 8th 2015, 07:00:42 Quote 
Quote ( James Keeble @ July 6th 2015,17:06:48 )

and who do i contact, what a bargain! bat mobile here i come

Open wheel type cars only, James, as tyres placement is fix in race screen.
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Old post #162 posted Jan 9th 2017, 13:52:25 Quote 
Hi there, I have two questions.
If I design livery by myself (following the templates) it still cost 50€?
And can I give personal livery to someone else as a gift?
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Old post #163 posted Jan 9th 2017, 15:45:57 Quote 
Yes, the cost is still €50 no matter who designed it, although someone with more knowledge on the subject would have to answer whether it can be given as a gift.
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Old post #164 posted Jan 9th 2017, 21:09:26 Quote 
Yes it still costs the same and yes it can be given to someone else (if you don't use it yourself) but you'd have to go through the Graphics team (Hans) to work out the details of how to do it.
I know that some managers have received personal liveries in this way.
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Old post #165 posted Jan 9th 2017, 21:21:11 Quote 
Is it an idea to make combination packages

For example

When you buy a personal car livery you receive a few supporter credits because 50 euro is so expensive for a little picture. Maybe its an idea when you buy a 50 euro car livery you received 3 seasons supporter credits.
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Old post #166 posted Jan 9th 2017, 21:49:43 Quote 
Pay €50 in supporter credits, get back €25.5 (3 seasons as you put it) in supporter credits as a "gift"? You'd have better luck lobbying to get the price lowered than your suggestion ever happening.
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Old post #167 posted Jan 9th 2017, 22:24:14 Quote 
How about allowing up to three managers to use the same 'personal livery (maybe with very minor changes ie. helmet colour) for the price?
That would be a nice compromise as the majority of work is in checking and formatting the main design, I understand.
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Old post #168 posted Jan 10th 2017, 10:38:43 Quote 
I want to design personal livery for me and my brother, but I think pay 100€ (50€ for me and 50€ for my brother) is too much for that. I know what time you need to make design for someone so in this case is price ok. But when all design work I will do by myself i think the price is really high. I think the price could be lower when you use the templates and follow instructions.
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Old post #169 posted Jan 10th 2017, 12:11:55 Quote 
Quote ( Imrich Bartošík @ January 9th 2017,13:52:25 )

Hi there, I have two questions.
If I design livery by myself (following the templates) it still cost 50€?
And can I give personal livery to someone else as a gift?


1 - yes, but if it comes ready-to-be-uploaded you get a small discount.
Mind you, before designing you should consult me about the limits etc and avoid pointless work and frustration . E.g. the batmobile would be a big no-no.
2 - yes, you can tell me to upload it for someone else.



Quote ( Peter Kandel @ January 9th 2017,21:21:11 )

Is it an idea to make combination packages

For example

When you buy a personal car livery you receive a few supporter credits because 50 euro is so expensive for a little picture. Maybe its an idea when you buy a 50 euro car livery you received 3 seasons supporter credits.


Quote ( Paul Bright @ January 9th 2017,22:24:14 )

How about allowing up to three managers to use the same 'personal livery (maybe with very minor changes ie. helmet colour) for the price?
That would be a nice compromise as the majority of work is in checking and formatting the main design, I understand.


We already have this, the STP team has similar cars as personalized teamlivery. (see e.g. :http://www.gpro.net/gb/ManagerProfile.asp?IDM=158182)
And for each extra car they get a discount.
The policy is however exclusivity. So I doubt personal cars will become cheaper.



Quote ( Imrich Bartošík @ January 10th 2017,10:38:43 )

I want to design personal livery for me and my brother, but I think pay 100€ (50€ for me and 50€ for my brother) is too much for that. I know what time you need to make design for someone so in this case is price ok. But when all design work I will do by myself i think the price is really high. I think the price could be lower when you use the templates and follow instructions.


see above - costs do not cover the amount of work put into most personal liveries. But the price is mainly high because Vlad wants personal liveries to remain exclusive.
If you create your own cars you can get a small discount. If 2 cars are similar you can get a small reduction on both cars obviously.

Maybe we should make a FAQ of this :)

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Old post #170 posted Jan 10th 2017, 12:13:32 (last edited Jan 10th 2017, 12:15:17 by Tomek Kiełpiński) Quote 
Hi Imrich,

I believe it was already discussed earlier. It isn't really the matter of time that it takes to design a livery. The price is set so high to make a personal livery exclusive and luxury good.

How do you think, how much cost the production of a Phillippe Patek watch for example?

E: Too late. Bad Hans :-P
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Old post #171 posted Jan 10th 2017, 13:42:59 Quote 
Thanks for your answers. I didnt think about it in that way.
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Old post #172 posted Apr 7th 2018, 17:58:34 Quote 
Sorry if this has been asked before but I couldn't find it. There doesn't seem to be a facility to extend the rental period or buy the livery outright once you're already renting the livery, you have to wait until your current rental period expires and so risk losing the livery. Could this option be added please?
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