Everyone likes crisps, right? And they make an ideal in-car snack too. Cars and crisps are a pretty logical pairing.
When Ken Wood and Peter Brown turned up at the Trossachs Rally in 1985 with ‘Golden Wonder’ written all over their Metro 6R4, every single spectator immediately ran to the concessions stands to satisfy their sudden hunger for salty potato snacks. Er, possibly. And this livery is a great one to recreate today, for two reasons: firstly, the font is really jaunty. Secondly, it’s bright orange, so nobody will miss the startling effect of what you’ve done.
Of course, you might not necessarily want to use the name of a crisp brand – so why not rework this to incorporate your favourite contemporary pub snack? We’d love to see a bagged MINI wrapped in Mr Porky’s Pork Scratchings, or a Rocket Bunny S14 covered in Scampi Fries.