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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
bought my current 3/s in the summer, had a bunch of paint damage so I decided to wrap it. This is my 3rd one I've wrapped now, see my signature link for the 1st one I did.
this one took me about 40hrs total doing panel by panel once a week (about 7 weeks), the first one I ever did took me about 100hrs.

anyways, album full of pics: (hit the picture to bring up the whole album)

some before shots
original condition of the paint
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some body work - I'm terrible at this, but learned a lot
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finished product
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these cars are still a bitch and a half to wrap, like no joke the curves and recesses and angles make it a huge pain in the ass

any questions shoot, think I got enough experience wrapping these cars now
 

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Moar of the finished product! Looks great. Are you going to start doing this for others?
 

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I always associated wraps with doing some radical finish or color change. Why did you just wrap the car in the same color/finish as stock?
 

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Adam, I'll get more pics when weather is nice here. I'm just doing this for fun.

gawd, I like the original color combo and wanted it to be more gloss/bright. plus when opening doors/hood etc. looks good cause color matches.
 
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