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Discussion in 'Texas' started by EVS Motors, May 12, 2018.
Not sure if I posted this one yet, but here's a Model 3 chrome delete. Sporty look!
Gloss black chrome delete. Not something we do too often!
Tinting this Model 3 but also doing a chrome delete! Badges getting painted but everything else will be vinyl wrapped. What a sporty look.
Going bold with gold!
We went with a partial chrome delete with this Model 3. Something a little bit different!
Pre-cut template vinyl vs custom trimmed door handle kit
I want to shine some light on the differences between buying a pre-cut vinyl door handle chrome delete kit vs having one custom trimmed for your door handles. The most apparent disadvantage with a pre-cut kit is that an edge of chrome still is visible all around the door handle. I feel like this sort of defeats the purpose of doing a "chrome delete" in the first place, if chrome is still visible.
For door handles, we prefer custom trimmed vinyl to get around the edge for that "chrome delete" appearance.
A little bit of red on this one! Chrome delete every where + red T logos front and rear.
This was a fun project! Full vehicle wrap with a chrome delete to completely change up the look. Super sporty. Ready for new wheels!
A little different post than the usual ones...
If you're only comparing prices, you're missing a huge chunk of the picture. Typically the nose cone on the S can be done in 1 piece. We're having to undo the work of another shop's installation on this one. This S' nose cone is done is about 7 pieces! Seams may be inevitable on some trims/cars, but we definitely find this too excessive.