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I am considering a wrap (by a professional). Would love to hear the real world experience from someone who has wrapped their Cobra. I looked at a Mustang this weekend that was wrapped and it looked great. Mainly concerned about how well it will hold up over 5 years.
I am intrigued by color scheme options, don't have to remove/install the body for paint, and it can be done in 5 days.
They can do pretty intricate design work these days, even preprinting wraps so it could be a really cool option.
The other one is Plasti-dip. If your not familiar its a rubberized coating that you spray on the car but can remove at any time if you wanted to change it later, or do an actual paint job. I did my wheels on my DD and its holding up really nice and was also easy to apply.
Building when I can, sigh....
Coupe #386,17" Team III 245 FR 315 RR, 3-link, T5, 4 wheel disk, power brakes/steering. Fast EZ EFI
First start Sept. 18 2013
First go kart Sept 19 2013
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Yesterday at our local club get together found out this Corvette had a complete wrap.He got prices for a paint job that ranged from 7 to 10k.Instead he went w/a wrap for 2k .You would never know it wasn't paint.And he had the car back the next day
Also I just wrapped the rear fender stone guards ........Perfect !!!
Also the guys I used will wrap your car at your house...a big plus !
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Second pix. you can see the metallic w/in the wrap.chips are gone.
I am liking the idea of a full wrap, cost lower than paint, turnaround time is shorter, can change it later if I want a different color. Not seeing too many downsides.
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MKIII, 351W, T5.
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