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Brian Williams and Jim Dunne are the men behind the spy shots of the inked vinyl covered cars that have yet to be released. They have been hiding out and secretly taking shots of brand new models to release to people before anyone else even suspects a thing. These guys are the paparazzi of the car world and run the rat race to finish line by aiming to be the first people to capture the car and sell the pictures to magazines.

These photographers will often organize a stakeout, hiding out in their car or setting up their equipment in the thick shrubbery in area's they suspect that the cars will be taken for test runs. They are not strangers to confrontation as the engineers who take the cars for tests runs tend to get agitated if they are attempting to keep the model on the down low. Brian and Jim have been doing stakeouts and taking sneaky photos for years, from Jeeps to presidential limousines, they have seen it all. This video reveals their process behind their winning pictures. 

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