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That's a two-part question.  First of all, you need to create an image with no background, so that the lettering or logo or whatever is all that you see in the final application.  For that, you'll need to be sure that you can save the image as a 32-bit TGA or PNG file. Read http://docs.gimp.org/2.8/en/gimp-tutorial-quickie-separate.html

Unless you really want the lettering on the opposite side of the car to read backwards, you're all done.  If you really do want the other side opf the car to have a reversed image, though, you can reverse it by simply flipping it >>> http://docs.gimp.org/2.8/en/gimp-tutorial-quickie-flip.html

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That's a two-part question.  First of all, you need to create an image with no background, so that the lettering or logo or whatever is all that you see in the final application.  For that, you'll need to be sure that you can save the image as a 32-bit TGA or PNG file. Read http://docs.gimp.org/2.8/en/gimp-tutorial-quickie-separate.html

Unless you really want the lettering on the opposite side of the car to read backwards, you're all done.  If you really do want the other side opf the car to have a reversed image, though, you can reverse it by simply flipping it >>> http://docs.gimp.org/2.8/en/gimp-tutorial-quickie-flip.html

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