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    22 73.33%
  • CHROME

    8 26.67%
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    check this out

    BMW 318i SE Saloon
    full wrap in frozen grey and carbon fibre details
    roof wrapped in black gloss
    front grille wrapped in carbon fibre vinyl
    carbon fibre headlight inserts
    angel eyes, HIDs, lowered on coilovers,
    Remapped, powerflex bushes, M3 rep bumper etc....
    MV2 alloys
     
     

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    Very cool! how does it stick?
     
     

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    Never mind, I know now:

    Vehicle wrapping is sometimes described as art form.
    It is achieved by applying adhesive back vinyl onto each section
    of a car. However it is important to select correct material.
    Over 90% of vinyls on the market are not suitable for vehicle
    wrapping which if used will result in the material failing within
    just weeks.
    We are working with material manufacturer 3M and we use
    vinyls that have been tested and proven to work with vehicles.
     
     

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