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Quattro Motors Car Dealer Folder

Quattro Motors Car Dealer Folder (Front View)


Quattro Motors Plain White Document Folder (Inside Right View)


Quattro Motors Car Papers Document Folder (Inside View)


Quattro Motors Blank Wallet Style Folder (Back Open View)


About Design

Quattro Motors is a car dealer new and used vehicles to drivers in the Redford, Michigan area. This simple document folder was designed to hold vehicle paperwork such as insurance papers, vehicle registration and more.

 

Other than the company’s logo, this folder contains scarce visual design elements as it is typically kept hidden away in a glove box. Nevertheless, when customers do utilize the folder, they will have the company’s contact information at their fingertips, which helps the brand to seem reliable and dependable.

© Design Copyright: Attribution, Non-Commercial and No Derivatives

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Print Specifications

Car Papers Document Folder
Car Papers Document Folder

Size Closed: 4 1/2 x 10 1/4
Size Open: 9 x 10 1/4
Print Method (Side 1): Standard Red Ink

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 80lb Smooth Gray
Coatings: None
Slits: None



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