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Old 09-13-2013, 12:07 PM   #1
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3m wrap?

Hey guys my birthday is coming up and my girlfriend wants to gimme something for my car, she asked me since she knows nothing about them, I was thinking about that 3m wrap stuff? Can someone gimme a link to buy them? Also would like some tips and guidance. Thinking about making it red, or yellow.
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Wrapping like the whole car?
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Wrapping like the whole car?
Yea lol. But idk I just watched a few vids on it and Idk if ima do it lol
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We buy ours at amazon which is usually the cheapest around.
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We buy ours at amazon which is usually the cheapest around.
Does it hold up well? Does it look cheap or anything?
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Yes it does. We wrapped my friends Acura a year ago and looks great. Not really, we've also done many black roofs some 3 years ago and holds well
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Yes it does. We wrapped my friends Acura a year ago and looks great. Not really, we've also done many black roofs some 3 years ago and holds well
That's awesome,I'm in college this stuff could protect my paint as well!

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How big of a role should I get??
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On my friends I believe we got 50 feet to wrap the whole car it's a 4 door. So for a stang maybe 40
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On my friends I believe we got 50 feet to wrap the whole car it's a 4 door. So for a stang maybe 40
This is cool! Ive been considering buying a Mustang that was only offered in 1 color, which I dislike...(can you guess which one?)
It can't be repainted and wrap would be a perfect alternative.
How much are the materials? And what special tools are necessary?
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This is cool! Ive been considering buying a Mustang that was only offered in 1 color, which I dislike...(can you guess which one?)
It can't be repainted and wrap would be a perfect alternative.
How much are the materials? And what special tools are necessary?
1 color?? Hmm Idk lol. It was about 450 for everything, it should come with a squeegee and you will need a heat gun as well as a few friends and a garage
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I have all of that!

Your car with an R...
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I have all of that!

Your car with an R...
You've been considering buying one? Lmao those things are rare! and yes please don't paint it if you find it lol
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You've been considering buying one? Lmao those things are rare! and yes please don't paint it if you find it lol
Ive been eyeballing one.

Lol. Yes. The paint would stay...
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Ive been eyeballing one.

Lol. Yes. The paint would stay...
I was watching mecum the other day and one auctioned off at like 42k, hell of a car though
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Mid thirties is the going rate. They feed the auction goers unlimited drinks like a casino. Loosens them up... lol
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