At Home Imagineering: “Star Wars” bounty hunter Boba Fett inspires hyperspace Hyundai

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Boba Fett was last seen perilously plummeting into the pit of doom also known as the Sarlacc.  The infamous “Star Wars” bounty hunter’s final fate has yet to be revealed.

While we may never know if this menacing mercenary managed to escape the Great Pit of Carkoon, his popularity proves powerful for a character with limited screen time.  One fan found favor in Fett and his armor to the point where she transformed her Hyundai Veloster into a mighty Mandalorian inspired driving machine.

Star Wars fan Rebekah Stieg Knuth designed the bounty hunter inspired décor for this galactic project.  Her eye for detail produced the inspired artwork and plotted the wrap’s layout on her Hyundai.

Once the art work was complete the artist took her handiwork to Appleton Wisconsin’s Fastsigns to allow experts Tom Hrubesky and Josh Bevers apply the wrap.

The final result: a wonderfully wrapped, well-worn looking Veloster that she named “Ivor Fett”

Images & Source: Rebekah Knuth Facebook page and Geekologie

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