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How much to vinyl wrap a whole car?

Old 05-24-2012, 07:49 PM
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I few months back i was thinking of doing this to my benzo. I started with this website http://www.fellerscertified.com/ which i filled up and withing days i received quotes from about 10 companies via phone and email. I was looking into doing the whole car into a Prisoners of war theme being flat black etc etc.

I live in PA and i got quotes from places in PA, New Jersey and New York. Def take your time and ask lots of questions and look at their work. You don't wanna go the cheapest route and then find out 2 years later when you take off the vinyl wrap that they scratched the **** out of your car with the knives they use to cut the vinyl if they are sloppy or inexperienced.


It ranged from 2500.00 to 4,500.00 depending on the shop, their experience and expertise, reputation, and whether they wrapped all the way to the inside wells of the car. Example finishing off the vinyl wrap on the inside part of the doors as compared to just finishing outside. It all depends on the amount of time your setup would be with like graphics and all.

I ended up not doing it because well the economy has hit me hard and well i just can't afford it.

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Old 05-24-2012, 08:34 PM
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I paid $400 to wrap part of my hood, trunk, mirrors and chrome piece above the back plate. They used a tape that actually cuts the vinyl so nothing touches your paint.
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If this is the same material as the 3M clear bra stuff, my very best wishes.
One up on that, i bought mine 08 C300 with that on the whole front end and now its starting to peel after less than 4yrs.
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Old 06-08-2012, 10:06 PM
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i did my full wrap for $3.5k aud in australia including the insides finished off.

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Old 08-15-2012, 05:26 PM
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Good idea

It's actually a good idea to wrap your car, it will protect the paint and you can get whatever prints you want on them (racing stripes, flames, etc.). If you just want to change the color of your car or even put some advertising on it, a wrap can always be removed and it's a hell of a lot cheaper than paint. Leave the installation to the experts; here's one of the most complete lists of wrap shop in the US and Europe custom-car-wraps
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Not sure on the exact square footage on a c-class but an estimate would be $2300-$2400. Thats a color change, using your choice of 3M or Avery vinyl. You can checkout some of our work on instagram ra_graphix

here is a pic of our company ride...

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