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Old 10-28-2012, 10:38 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with vinyl wrapping a Fox Mustang?
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Anyone have any experience with vinyl wrapping a Fox Mustang?
Not an entire car, no.
I have helped with & installed large graphics and stripes though and I strongly suggest that you have it done professionally by someone with experience.
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There's a Mercedes around town here completely wrapped in chrome vinyl. :Banghead:
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Thanks for the info. I'm trying to decide between a paint job and a wrap. The wrap seems much simpler and cheaper.
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imo a wrap would be kinda ricey. but to each there own. sometimes the cheap route isnt always to best. also if there are any paint chips or dents, they will still show through the wrap.
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Thanks for the info. I'm trying to decide between a paint job and a wrap. The wrap seems much simpler and cheaper.
Yes, it is and it saves the paint.

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imo a wrap would be kinda ricey. but to each there own. sometimes the cheap route isnt always to best. also if there are any paint chips or dents, they will still show through the wrap.

Tastefully done, they can look really good. Now if you put little ponies or flying monkeys on it........
True the paint/bodywork will need to be pretty good to make the wrap work well.
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