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Hi peeps thinking of a wrap for my 370, like the idea of the cadburdys type purple, but open to change. can any wraps throw up some pics please. Also rough price ? going for a quote next weekend so just to make sure i'm not ripped off.. Cheers. 

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Depends on where you go and what quality of wrap you want plus how far you want the wrap to go, but you should be looking at around £2K-£3K as a guideline.

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1 hour ago, daz8235 said:

**** dint think it was that much !

Can probably get a mate to do it with crepe paper for £50, but if you want a proper job... ;)

 

My old BMW 6er was just shy of £3K, but the quality was immaculate and the wrap was flawless despite living outside and having a particularly bluff front end. Some wraps I've seen have been peeling in 6 months, which I would never be happy with.

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My wrap was about 2.5k but absolutely immaculate black gold dust  3m wrap and can be safely/professionally  taken off within 5 years without damage to underlying paint. :)

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6 minutes ago, Ekona said:

You hope... ;) 

he he - that was the sales pitch :D I got - one can only hope lol

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In all seriousness as long as the wrap is removed carefully with a bit heat then I'm sure it would be fine, but I've seen 350Z paint come straight off after just removing a small piece of vinyl put on for a Le Mans trip (my own car) so I'd be very wary of ever removing it. Certainly I never intended the BMW one to ever come off.

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32 minutes ago, Ekona said:

In all seriousness as long as the wrap is removed carefully with a bit heat then I'm sure it would be fine, but I've seen 350Z paint come straight off after just removing a small piece of vinyl put on for a Le Mans trip (my own car) so I'd be very wary of ever removing it. Certainly I never intended the BMW one to ever come off.

Ah ok noted thanks :D

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Calling your car lavender colour does your man points no favour at all mate :lol: 

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Just now, Ekona said:

Calling your car lavender colour does your man points no favour at all mate :lol: 

I am at ease with this B):lol:

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Good job you've got plenty of points to spare! :D 

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Another question on wraps (cars booked in), until I can get my garage cleared out the car will be outside, as it is now, how do you look after a wrap ? Snowfoam, wax, polish ??? Any tips would help, thanks.

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Snow foam and a regular wax is fine. Always use the TBM though as otherwise it’ll scratch horribly: Mine was immaculate for two years this way, then I had a buyer coming round last minute so gave it a very quick wash with a single bucket and there were score marks everywhere :( 

 

Never ever polish it. Ever. Don’t even put a compound bottle near it. 

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Hey I'm easy either way!

 

 

 

 

And yes, I started that rumour too ;) :lol: 

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Andy uses the two beard method on his, at least he has two beards for the price of one.:teeth:

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