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I am changing it up again - Tesla Model S P85 - Vinyl Wrap

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by PorscheDealer, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. PorscheDealer

    PorscheDealer Member

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    Original "black" car as delivered in February 2013...blacked out all chrome + tint

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    Then decided to go Satin Pearl White + red calipers and emblems

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    and now decided to go with Black Brushed Metal Oxide...to be finished on or around January 7, 2014 ~

    Pics to follow...
     
  2. Lyon

    Lyon 2016 S P100DL, 2016 X P90D

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    I love the storm trooper look!
     
  3. evme

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    I was just going to say, "Is it just me or does that look like a storm trooper?". Guess it isn't just me. An interesting look definitely.

    Is it going to look like Darth Vader?
     
  4. PorscheDealer

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    It will look much better than Darth Vader ever did ! I will shoot pics of it once I get it back late next week
     
  5. Cal1

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    Looks great! Price range for a full body wrap? I assume the red T is wrapped.
     
  6. Gwgan

    Gwgan Almost a wagon

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    What did you use to black out the chrome? How has it held up?
     
  7. TEverything

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    Looks good, can't wait to see the updated pic of your new wrap!

    Curious with Gwgan on how you blacked out the chrome?
     
  8. PorscheDealer

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    The chrome is all blacked out with "paint"

    Full wrap runs about $3500 without the painted areas

    The "T" is also painted...not wrapped

    I will have pics of the new wrap by the weekend...!
     
  9. jbruce

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    Who is doing your wrap? Have you checked for razor marks near the trim when you unwrapped it to re-wrap? I'm still looking for a wrap shop in Southern California that can be trusted not to razor nick the paint while wrapping.
     
  10. killer_model_s

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    I just got a bunch of work done with david @ rolotech.net. He's in Anaheim and I highly recommend him...
     
  11. PorscheDealer

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    Here are some new pics of my new wrap done in 3M black brushed metal...I hope that you like it and welcome feedback. I am removing the TESLA on the top of the windshield


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