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      10-20-2010, 03:50 PM   #23
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      10-21-2010, 07:27 AM   #24
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1100, which isnt too bad because i got about 10 quotes between 1700-3000

Amazing what you can do with a 1100 vilyn wrap. Im as automobile enginnering assessor, and went to a paint shop who was spaying a two moths old unmarked black gloss Bentley Continental to matt black.

The owner is paying 12000 euros for the whole car
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      12-06-2010, 03:08 PM   #25
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Wow.... nothing more that can be said!

Your car looks amazing, I have been thinking about taking the plunge for a while now. But wasn't really sure how it would look? Is it easy to take care of??

Any chance you can PM me a link to the wrappers?

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      01-18-2011, 09:13 AM   #26
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Wow.... nothing more that can be said!

Your car looks amazing, I have been thinking about taking the plunge for a while now. But wasn't really sure how it would look? Is it easy to take care of??

Any chance you can PM me a link to the wrappers?

Craig
I got it done from a company in Kent called Barming Signs - you can google them for their website, contact details etc.

Keeping the car is a lot easier (it was white before). I used to wash it once a week, now i clean it every 4 weeks.

When its unclean the car looks more matte

When its really clean the matte colour gets a sweaty effect and looks really good especially at night.

Its been a year since the wrap went on and its just as good as the day it was bought, and all the air bubbles have disappeared.

Anyway, good luck with your decision.

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      01-18-2011, 03:01 PM   #27
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I'm tempted to get a wrap, love the colour of mine though but just want to save it from stone chips! It's a lot of dosh, I was thinking about doing a vinyl wrapping course and maybe do it as a side job!


P.s. Car looks superb, I bet it's now dubbed "the batmobile"?

wheels are nice as well, 20" with 25 profile :O
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      01-19-2011, 01:01 AM   #28
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I'm tempted to get a wrap, love the colour of mine though but just want to save it from stone chips! It's a lot of dosh, I was thinking about doing a vinyl wrapping course and maybe do it as a side job!


P.s. Car looks superb, I bet it's now dubbed "the batmobile"?

wheels are nice as well, 20" with 25 profile :O
Theres a guy on the forum who did this. He did a couple of panels a day after work for a week, and got the whole car done - looked the nuts, and only cost him $200.

On my next car i am definitely doing this (or when the matte black comes off maybe ill wrap it orange :O)
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      01-19-2011, 02:10 AM   #29
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Personally I'm a bit too old to be driving around in a batmobile but I really think its looks great.

Whats a wrap btw? Can you take it off and your paint underneath is still ok?
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      01-19-2011, 11:35 AM   #30
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+1 on the age thing. Looks really well, such a change from the original white!
Next mod...Brakes.
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Theres a guy on the forum who did this. He did a couple of panels a day after work for a week, and got the whole car done - looked the nuts, and only cost him $200.

On my next car i am definitely doing this (or when the matte black comes off maybe ill wrap it orange :O)
Yea, it can't be that hard! I'd wrapped a couple of things like laptops etc and i've watched loads of tutorials and read about it online so know the basics and principles of fitting vinyl so I reckon I could do it, just when it comes to some parts like parking sensor's i'd be a bit err...


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Whats a wrap btw? Can you take it off and your paint underneath is still ok?
Well it goes a lil somethin like this:

Now this is a story
all about how my life
got twisted upside down
and id like to take a minute
just sit right there
ill tell you how i became the prince
of a town called Bel-Air

In west Philadelphia
born and raised
on the playground my momma said
most of my days
chilling out, maxing
and relaxing all cool
and all shooting some b-ball
outside of school
when a couple of guys
they were up to no good
started making trouble in our neighborhood
i got in one little fight and my mom got scared
she said your moving
in with your auntie and uncle in Bel-Air

i whisted for a cab and when it came near
the license plate said fresh
and had dice in the mirror
if anything i could say that this cab was rare
but i thought nah, forget it
yo home to bel-air!

i-pulled- up tp a house about seven or eight
i yelled to the cabbie yo home, smell you later
looked at my kingdom i was finally there
to sit on my throne as the prince of bel-air !

Jokes aside, it's a sheet of vinyl stuck over the cars original paint, it can be used to colour change the car or as a protective layer. Easy to remove and original paint is left untouched! full car 3 series size I think cost's anything from 1200-2000~
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Personally I'm a bit too old to be driving around in a batmobile but I really think its looks great.

Whats a wrap btw? Can you take it off and your paint underneath is still ok?
Im going to rinse the ridiculous car colours while i can, im lookin to go orange or bright green next lol. But I agree with this, if i was older i probably wouldnt choose silly colours.

Yeah you use a hairdryer to heat one corner of the wrap so you can start peeling it off, and then its just like taking a label off, do it slowly but firmly.

Best part is the car will be just as alpine white as the day the wrap went on !
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Wow your ride looks nice!!

What's the offsets on your rep m6 wheels?
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Lovely car but echo what everyone says about the tyres. No point buying a quick car that handles well if you are going to do that, decent tyres are surely more important than 1.1k on a wrap.
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Lovely car but echo what everyone says about the tyres. No point buying a quick car that handles well if you are going to do that, decent tyres are surely more important than 1.1k on a wrap.
My old tyres cost 300 a corner, difference between those and my current tyres are minimal imo, and im one of those people that rarely goes over the speed limit anyway so makes no difference.
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