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    I was on yesterday about having to repair the paintwork to my car after a group of seagulls decide to graffiti it. Its looking like costing me about £300 to fix it after the paint has been affected by the acid or whatever the little buggers produce. With this in mind, i've also seen alot of these Wraps being discussed. Would it not be worth me forking out that litlle bit more for a whole new look other than just restoring the paint work? I'm a keen believer that change is good so i'm being drawn towards it.

    To that note, does anyone know the cost i'd be looking at and plus, would it be the right thing to do ( are they any good ) ???

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    Maybe you should ask X Graphics here on the forums?
     
     

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    Prices vary a fair bit depending on who does the wrap for you and what kind of material/colour you go for, but for a professional job and don't think you would have much change out of £1,000....
     
     

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    [QUOTE=Perfection Detailing;371914]Prices vary a fair bit depending on who does the wrap for you and what kind of material/colour you go for, but for a professional job and don't think you would have much change out of £1,000....[/QUOTE

    Do you know of many people who choose white, just plain white all over? £1000 pound aint bad at all as i am in need of spending at least half that amount just to restore the damaged paintwork due to SEAGULL SH*TE. Do you know of anyone who operates or does this kinda work near to Plymouth?
     
     

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    yeah ive got the exact same idea mate white all over with a black roof ive been looking and it looks about £1000 ish but again i wouldnt mind hearing from someone in the forum who has had it done and would recomend it or not
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumpkinheed View Post
    yeah ive got the exact same idea mate white all over with a black roof ive been looking and it looks about £1000 ish but again i wouldnt mind hearing from someone in the forum who has had it done and would recomend it or not
    My old man has just had a black carbon fibre look roof done on his white 8 series, it looks awesome but as for the whole car, i just wanna see the final product as to how good it actually is. White and black is defo the way forward.
     
     

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    [QUOTE=poppytupper;372428]
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    Prices vary a fair bit depending on who does the wrap for you and what kind of material/colour you go for, but for a professional job and don't think you would have much change out of £1,000....[/QUOTE

    Do you know of many people who choose white, just plain white all over? £1000 pound aint bad at all as i am in need of spending at least half that amount just to restore the damaged paintwork due to SEAGULL SH*TE. Do you know of anyone who operates or does this kinda work near to Plymouth?
    Sorry chap I don't know anyone down that way, I have asked a few other detailers who operate around that area for you. But there doesn't seem to be many companies in the Plymouth area that do wrapping.

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