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That looks tight as hell!!!! Nice job!!!
I don't know crap about this wrap. Is it a permanent thing or can you take it off if you decide to sell?
I must live in a freakin cave because this $hit is new to me, but I like it!!!

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That looks tight as hell!!!! Nice job!!!
I don't know crap about this wrap. Is it a permanent thing or can you take it off if you decide to sell?
I must live in a freakin cave because this $hit is new to me, but I like it!!!
I had a promotional van that I had wrapped several times and both times I removed it by hand. It was wrapped several years and didn't damage paint when removed just a pain to get off....I chose the wrap just in case I decide to trade it in. I figured if the vans paint wasn't damaged and it was mostly kept outside, then I should be able to remove from car with no problem being that it is garage kept at home and work.


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Here are the wheels I have on order 22" x 10.5" and 22"x9.5 " Modulare Forged gloss and matte black combo Matte Black on Gloss-imageuploadedbyag-free1354717135.786048.jpg


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Those are stupid sick.....love them..

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Attempting to wrap window trim Matte Black on Gloss-imageuploadedbyag-free1355011843.905107.jpgMatte Black on Gloss-imageuploadedbyag-free1355011857.366376.jpgMatte Black on Gloss-imageuploadedbyag-free1355011872.719166.jpg


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If u wanted matted black I heard plasti dip is the way to go...... I'm debating on doing it to mine


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Deville44 Looks sweet bro!

I was thinking about a two tone custom look with the wrap. It looks easy enough to apply with another person. Black on top with silver on bottom and maybe black rims or even silver chally rims. Have to see how it comes out but If I did get the wrap how much do you think is needed to wrap the top of the 300? Also what makes it such a pain to remove? How easy is it to cut?


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Take a look on YouTube there's a channel called dipyourcardotcom
They do a lot of custom stuff


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I just plasti dipped my roof this weekend!! came out pretty good, Thinking about doing the hood and trunk just like you but the trunk just the top and the spoiler


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I just plasti dipped my roof this weekend!! came out pretty good, Thinking about doing the hood and trunk just like you but the trunk just the top and the spoiler

Looks good. Did you use the spray or the wrap?
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