Thinking about doing this with a wrap.....

#11
Today, at "Katies Cars and Coffee", I saw a Cadillac with the silver wrap on, I think it came from the SE Washington area, very interesting!

YOU DON'T NEED THE BLING!!
 
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#12
I’m a “no”.

First, I hate that look.
Second, you have to make sure the body work is perfect or it will accentuate any flaws.
Third, I hate that look!;)
 

Scott Harrison

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#15
Rob's right. The repaint of my Cobra was 4x the cost of a wrap of my 20' Car trailer. 20180322_114633.jpg
 
#16
It looks great in a photo. But looking at the real deal, I'm somewhat with Mike Holt. I was at Cars & Coffee in Hunt Valley, MD about a month ago and one pulled in the lot about 8:30 am. The sun exploded off that polished body and I was forced to look away as it was painful to my eyes.

I like a brushed aluminum body, but if I owned an alloy-bodied car I'd probably paint it.

David
 

Don Gaboury

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#17
A car wrap is a lot harder than you think, that picture looks great. Do you know of any good shops around here that can do that good of a job.. I don't..
 
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