Separate names with a comma.
Posted by 4g63turbo84, Sep 28, 2011
Appearance/Interior/Exterior - All interior and exterior tech discussions; body and paint, conversions, lighting, washing, waxing, etc.
Possibly causing rust.
Interesting, in my uneducated brain I see vinyl being better because it wont bubble up and rust...
In my opinion wrapping is great for guys who want to have the carbon fiber look, without the cost, fitment issues, or performance gains. If you already have bad paint, wouldn't you need to do almost as much prep for a good wrap job as you would for a paint job? (sanding and smoothing, rust repair, primer...) After all, for it to stick properly, you need a nice, clean, smooth surface..?
Porsche 911 Turbo chrome vehicle wrap - YouTube
, they also have a glow in the dark mercedes.
I actually saw this car while in a taxi in London over the summer.
Car Wrap | Carbon Fiber Vinyl | StickerCity.com
The kit (posted in the website linked above) to wrap the entire car yourself costs $650 which isn't bad at all, just be sure to get the applicator tools because they are necessary to do it right.
It was a one piece wrap too. Just lots of blow drying, hot air allows you to stretch it, and "massaging" the vinyl into place. Its important that it isn't rushed and that the surface is very well prepped (clean) or else its going to be a mess.
Image saved for my desktop background.
I have seen wraps done right. It looks good.