Let us know how they are. I have a few things I want to do, but want to find the best place. Valley is best.I'm getting the bumper and full Hood done at stickercity in Sherman Oaks for $950 total.
I know its not West LA.
But it's also not West LA prices.
I was quoted $900 just for the bumper by 2 other places.
Would you be willing to drive to San Diego? There's a "group buy' going on at Monumental Workx in San Diego (Monumental Workx - Sorrento Valley - San Diego, CA).
They're offering tint and PPF deals. The only mentioned PPF deal is for a front bumper only wrap. But its priced at $450 for Xpel or 3M. Its $350 if you're OK with Solar Guard film. No mention of a full frontal wrap, but I imagine if their front bumper wrap is that reasonable, they'd probably be offering a decent price on the full front wrap.
More details here:
San Diego Tint & Wrap Group Buy and basic info sharing • r/teslamotors
Oh, they'll also do your center console wrap for free if you have them do the tint or PPF. They'll do clear, matte, or a vinyl if you prefer.
Here's the update:
Model 3 Accessories Review & San Diego Group Buy April Update • r/teslamotors
(in the update it says they'll do full front for $1500)
This is interesting because seems like they raised the price. Someone else got their car tinted there with Photosync for $700. Now their group buy price is $900. Lame.
Hey guys, new to these forums here, but there is a pretty sweet deal over with Doug @ Concours in Torrance, CA.
They work on alot of SpaceX owned M3's as well as of a others in the area and they have pretty decent reviews, planning to take mine there for PPF and Ceramic Coating.
If you are local, it would be best to go see him, as I was told not to share any prices online. (scout's honor)
Getting the following services:
PPF: 95% coverage(1st visit)
Ceramic Coating(1st visit)
Ceramic Window tinting (2nd visit)
I'd be remiss to not mention the stellar service and quality of work from Extreme Autowerks. They're authorized for Photosync tint (and offer others as well), Opticoat Pro Plus paint protection (and other coatings) and XPel wrap (and others). They've been in business for a good long while and have done hundreds of Teslas.
They also have C-Bond products. One is used during tint application to strengthen the end result, and one is an exterior windshield coating. They are relatively inexpensive and I recommend those as well.
Ask for Bing (the owner) or Ryan (master detailer).
Agreed! Extreme is a solid company with lots of Teslas under their belt. They are a Clearguard Nano ppf dealer (clearest ppf on the market) and Photosync installer.
Not trying to point one person one way or another but Doug has agreed to chat about Group pricing.
Im going to get group pricing on the following: Let me know if we need to add any more scope.
- PPF (what coverage? Minimum to maximum?)
- Ceramic Coating (Modesta)
- Ceramic Tinting(All windows except Front Windshield)