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  1. #11
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    Ahhh
    Well said that man....That's what's so good about this forum ...... an opinion being given ...for and against
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  2. #12
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    looks good

  3. #13
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    Mine had a wrap on it when I got the car. I'll be taking it off and having a proper respray.

    The wrap looks great. No unsightly split lined etc. The problem i've found is that it damages so easily. It's so soft and once scratched nothing you can do to it.

    I'd do it as a short term "fun" exercise but not a long term solution.

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    Can anyone recommend a company local to me (Birmingham, Midlands) that can do wraps, that was always my plan.

    P.S i think the brushed ally wrap looks ace!

    Alan.
    AK Gen II on the road Jan '19
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  5. #15
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    Whats the attraction out of curiosity? Is it much cheaper than having the car painted?
    Lloyd B
    Current: Crendon #54 in build - 427 Side Oiler/Cobrajet Heads/Dual 600cfm Holleys/4 speed toploader/Vintage cast knock on wheels
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  6. #16
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    Yes by about 5K!

    Alan.
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  7. #17
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    How cheap is a wrap?
    Lloyd B
    Current: Crendon #54 in build - 427 Side Oiler/Cobrajet Heads/Dual 600cfm Holleys/4 speed toploader/Vintage cast knock on wheels
    Dedion Dax/Clarkson 383 Chevy with roller 4/7 swap cam, AFR195 heads - SOLD

  8. #18
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    about a grand i think.
    Crendon Chassis No.49
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  9. #19
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    The thing is with a wrap is the body needs to be sorted as it does with paint.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinW View Post
    about a grand i think.
    It was over £2k for a friend to get a BMW 645 wrapped; I don't think the Cobra would be much cheaper as the curves are more complicated despite being a smaller car..
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