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    Quote Originally Posted by chasman View Post
    vinyl wrap costs about £1500 average where a paint job will cost £3k+ its quite strong and never seen a ripped wrap yet... plus its totally reversable
    My dealers had an E92 in white vinyl, some nasties decided it would be fun to peel it. Looked a right sorry mess ....
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    haha stk i dont do half mesures with stikers i have a bit of a fancy for them. 3k for a paintjob seems a tad over the top. ive just had mine quoted 900 for a same colour and 1500 for a change of colour including door shuts ect. that a nrealy good finish too had a look at a few cars he was on with and ones that where ready to be handed back to owner
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark@vorny.co.uk View Post
    My dealers had an E92 in white vinyl, some nasties decided it would be fun to peel it. Looked a right sorry mess ....
    i think i would still rather the vinyl to be lifted rather than the paint keyed. it can be redone quite easily. hate people who think its a good idea to wreck other people possesions


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    that is the upside of vinyl i suppose. it will give the opriginal paint a real goiod protection so come times to sell and you remove it will be spotless underneather
    hmm im swayed towards vinal now i might check some colours out
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewlad160387 View Post
    that is the upside of vinyl i suppose. it will give the opriginal paint a real goiod protection so come times to sell and you remove it will be spotless underneather
    hmm im swayed towards vinal now i might check some colours out
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    Me nope havnt a clue mate ive seen you at teeside once lol
     
     

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    Will it make any difference to vinyl application if your bonnet has a fair few stone chips and your bumper has lovely gravel rash?? Woud all these imperfections show through really easily? Would it be best to clay the car prior to having vinyl applied?
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    i dont think stone chips show that much mate i may be wrong but ive done a little wrapping befor not the best but done it none the less adn they didnt show. however a small bit of dirt was under one part and th\t did show up so clay barring would be best imo
     
     

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    Has anybody fitted the m3 vents to their car ?? justwondering how i would go about moving the indicators :/
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