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

Hector Rodriguez

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#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!;)
 

Carlewms

Carl Edward Williams ... The Rivet Man
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#13
After seeing at least one of the originals ... the originals had body flaws as well so you would be in good company at least!
 

Scott Harrison

"Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional"
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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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