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Star Wars R2-D2 Navigator Vinyl Decal

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Astro-navigator at your service

  • Get your astro-navigator right here
  • Do it yourself, easy to install
  • Sticks to virtually all surfaces

When you buy a vehicle, you get it with a sunroof, thinking, "I'll get to smell the fresh air on beautiful days." But in reality what happens is that you use it the first week of spring and the first week of fall and then you accidentally leave it open in the next rainstorm, and that's enough sunroof for you for the next 6 months.

What if you could pimp your sunroof? What if, say, you could make it look like that's where your own astromech droid lived, just waiting to pop out and offer assistance?

Note: We think he'd look awesome on the sunroof, but depending on how your sunroof functions, placing him there may shorten the life of the decal. (If, for instance, the sunroof rubs along another car part as it opens and closes.) Use your own judgment in the placement of your R2-D2 decal.

Product Specifications

  • Top-down view of everyone's favorite astromech droid
  • Includes R2-D2, optional arm extension, blast mark to reveal the open wiring of your own ship, control panel, and Star Wars logo
  • Do it yourself, easy to install
  • Sticks to virtually all surfaces
  • Officially-licensed Lucasfilm gear
  • Specially manufactured with an air egress layer to prevent air bubbles from being trapped during the installation process
  • Laminated with an additional layer that protects against abrasion and UV damage
  • Clean removal for up to 5 years
  • Dimensions: R2-D2 12.7" x 16.5" wide
  • Safety Warning: Do not install graphics over any portion of your vehicle's front windows. Not only is this dangerous, it is also illegal pretty much everywhere except Naboo.

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