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Bloodbath Chrome Wrap

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by benjiejr, Nov 16, 2017.

  1. benjiejr

    benjiejr Technogeekextraordinaire

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    If you’re curious and want to see some of the behind the scenes footage of wrapping the Tesla in Bloodbath Chrome...

     
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    Cool

    Good job!!!
     
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    Where did you get your rear spoiler?
     
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    How much does that cost?
     
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    benjiejr Technogeekextraordinaire

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    Found it on eBay
     
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    benjiejr Technogeekextraordinaire

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    Varies a lot on material cost and difficulty. Chromes are always more expensive and much harder to install - can't stretch or heat as much as regular vinyl. This material was about $2000 and the install was about $2000. I helped him as much as I could with the wrap and did all of the prepping, disassembly, and reassembly. I'd guess that if you took it to a shop to do the work, it might cost around $5500-6000. A regular material might be closer to $2500-3000. Hope that helps.
     
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    benjiejr Technogeekextraordinaire

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    Thank you very much!
     
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    Holy cow - that's a ton of work and detail. Looks awesome!!
     
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    Spoiler is dope.
     
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    Incredible
     
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  12. benjiejr

    benjiejr Technogeekextraordinaire

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    Friend put this together... thought he did a pretty good job

     

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