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      07-14-2012, 09:07 AM   #1
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Vinyl wrap

Hi Guys,

Looking at wrapping the m3 in a matt silver/grey like below



can anyone recommend a place in melbourne and give me a rough idea of price.

Ive heard that buying the vinyl yourself and then getting them to wrap it for you is the cheapest way... anyone done this??

any help appreciated
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      07-14-2012, 09:31 AM   #2
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I think a full wrap in Sydney is 4-6k depending on the size of the car. Is that the kind of price you had in mind?
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      07-14-2012, 07:31 PM   #3
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Didn't really have any price in mind... I have been reading up and apparently the vinyl doesn't hold up too well... Anyone confirm this that has had it done?
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ask your mate, I'd love to hear his response LMFAO
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Me cuz Omar went to dis place. http://www.carbonfiberwrap.com.au/info.html
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Hi Guys,

Looking at wrapping the m3 in a matt silver/grey like below



can anyone recommend a place in melbourne and give me a rough idea of price.

Ive heard that buying the vinyl yourself and then getting them to wrap it for you is the cheapest way... anyone done this??

any help appreciated
MLOREY,

CarX in clayton speak to Kevin...

http://carx.com.au/

$3000 and over for the whole car was what i was told but i'm not 100% on that price.... give them a buz..

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I dunno but as parent i would not pay for this if my kid wanted it.
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BEST PERSON FOR THE JOB -

http://carbonfibrevinylwrap.net.au/

He did my golf too.
http://carbonfibrevinylwrap.net.au/g...m=13&photo=535
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I dunno but as parent i would not pay for this if my kid wanted it.
Risk getting a tanty then uleh.
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      07-15-2012, 11:27 PM   #10
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Exotic Kustoms in Melbourne. They did my Camaro with the bumblebee theme and also do whole cars. They wrap alot of R35s. The quote for my 135i for $4k.

http://www.epicimages.com.au/Driveev...SRpR6&lb=1&s=A
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Exotic Kustoms in Melbourne. They did my Camaro with the bumblebee theme and also do whole cars. They wrap alot of R35s. The quote for my 135i for $4k.

http://www.epicimages.com.au/Driveev...SRpR6&lb=1&s=A
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      07-18-2012, 10:20 PM   #12
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I'm getting the interior of my new car wrap next week. Company I use in Brisbane is called Trublutint.
http://www.trublutint.com.au/

They prefer to use Nexis films instead of 3m. Apparently they r thicker and offer longer warranty than 3m.
http://www.hexis.co.uk/hexis/Home.html

Anyone have any experience with Nexis films?
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