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Model 3 wrapped In 3M Satin Dark Gray + chrome delete

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by monarck, Aug 21, 2018.

  1. monarck

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    Got some work done recently and thought I'd share for anyone else considering the same. Summary of work below:
    • 3M Satin Dark Gray wrap
    • Chrome Delete
    • Calipers painted red
    • 30% ceramic window tint
    Shout out to Wrap Bully's in LA for great service all around!

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    Looking great!
     
  3. monarck

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    Thank you!
     
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    money baby CASH MONEY!..
     
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  5. rdlink

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    I'm more of a shiny guy. But I gotta say that's pretty darn awesome looking.
     
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  6. Kermee

    Kermee It's Not Easy Being Green

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    Looks amazing! Love it! Congrats!
     
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  7. monarck

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    #7 monarck, Aug 21, 2018
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    Haha... love the enthusiasm
     
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    Looks great! Have a question, going to send via pm.
     
  9. Randy7fx

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    Looks awesome....mind me asking how much you paid for this? Also, does the wrap protect the paint as PPF would?
     
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    I have the same question re: ppf like protection
     
  11. 240W

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    Vinyl wrap is not as thick, doesn’t have self healing but it does protect otherwise. Great thing is that there’s tons of colors to choose from. It’s usually between 3m or Avery Dennison that people like to use
     
  12. Ken2031

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    What did you go with on the chrome delete and handles? Matte/satin?
     
  13. monarck

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    Sure... it was roughly $3600 for everything. I think the wrap and chrome delete portion was around $2900-$3000.
     
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  14. monarck

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    Satin.
     
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    That’s a great price for all that work!
     
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    very nice! I also went with wrap bullys but the one in sante fe springs
     
  17. monarck

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    I actually went to Santa Fe Springs too but just said LA since I figured most people wouldn't recognize Santa Fe Springs.
     
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  18. MXWing

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    Excellent taste. Looks amazing.
     
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  19. M3LA

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    Looks gorgeous! How do these wraps work with minor scratches and dings?
     
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  20. monarck

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    Good question. I've only had it for a couple of weeks but I do already have a scratch on the trunk lid that I think is from a cat. Seems really difficult to notice though unless the lighting is just right. Also, my impression is that the wrap will protect from minor issues like scuffs from grocery carts. The nice thing is if one piece gets scratched up you just get that panel re-wrapped.
     

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