Car engraving is something that lowriders have dominated. However, Kuhl Racing from Japan has taken engraving to a whole new level by fully engraving the whole body of a car. This isn’t the first car they’ve fully engraved. They first did a silver ’59 Impala five-years ago. The engraved body is done by first laying a real thick coat of specially mixed paint. Their in house engraver then draws the patterns with a marker before shaving off the coats of paint to create the designs. From start to finish it takes between six to eight month to complete each car.