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Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat General Discussions' started by Brad V., Apr 25, 2015.

  1. Brad V.

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    Did you wrap the entire car :p
     
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    I saw the car personally Friday evening. It looks outstanding! No doubt a costly proposition, but if you can afford it, it's the way to go. Our Hellcats were side by side and the clear film is invisible. No change in the appearance of the Sublime Green whatsoever!
     
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    What was the cost?
     
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    He didn't tell me the exact cost but I'm guessing that it was somewhere between $3,500 and $5,000. Like I said, it's costly. I guess you need to consider what a paint job might cost or the disappointment you might feel if you had to paint selected areas of the car only to have a color match issue.
     
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    o_OI want to do it just so I can run it through car washes..
     
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    Thanks for the info. Trying to figure if it would be better to do film or a wrap. Either way there's only so much it would protect from. Small rocks, bird crap, acid rain, tar, etc.,but if someone hits you or you hit something it's all over anyway.....did they say how long it would last and if it would ever peel or change color?
     
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