Just the bumper, fender flares, and before and after the flares.Did you have the whole car done in PPF or just certain parts?
It depends on product (ppf and ceramic), coverage (ppf can be done in parts or entire car), and how much paint correction you may need. Some cars need very little - others will need more (color, age, location of correction).What's the approximate total cost to have the PPF and ceramic done?
So i have all my cars and truck in Ceramic. Three in PPF and ceramic, two i did myself. I am a firm believer in both and have spent close to $15k for three cars: 2018 ZO6 - full car PPF and Ceramic Pro inside and out - $5400, 2020 Challenger Scat Pack - bumper through doors and all fender flares in PPF and whole car Ceramic Pro - $5000, 2021 Challenger Redeye - Bumper, flares, lower front side of flares, outside and wheels/suspension in Ceramic Pro - $4000. For my C6 and F-350 i did them myself at a cost of $200 with Blackfire. My cost is higher than normal because i used a shop that charges more due to the fact they are better than anyone else. I also had to travel 5 hours each way to take the cars but Ceramic Pro of Dothan Al is the best. To get the results i wanted i was will to pay more. The owner get flow out to Barrett Jackson and other auctions because he is so good. I don't plan on getting anymore new cars anytime soon but i will take the Hellcat and Scat Pack back to him annually for the maintenance which runs about $200. So you can see from all this that your question is very subjective depending on where you take it and how much you get done.What's the approximate total cost to have the PPF and ceramic done?
I couldn't have said it better and I agree! That is one Beautiful Cat....................Congratulations!You got it goin on. Beautiful Beast.
?The car was epic. The boring zone where it was photographed, not so much, and there was a LOT of that due to such reflectivity.