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Old 03-14-2010, 01:07 PM
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Getting my truch wrapped

What do ya think. I photo shopped my truck to see what it would look like.


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Looks pretty good with the photo shop you did. I have thought about a wrap but I have no clue where to find a company around Edmonton.

How long are you expecting the wrap to last? Is there different things needed for cleaning? Most importantly, the cost? I got my '98 gtp as my dd and it needs paint badly..but if a wrap would last a decent time, for the right price I would do it.
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sweeeeetttt
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Looks good
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That looks awsome! Like Foamy asked though, how is it to clean, longevity, resistance to fading, etc...
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Looks great I think.

On a side note that is some of the best photo chopping I have ever seen on here.
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^^^^ X2. It looks like ford did it on the assy line.
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Looks great I think.

On a side note that is some of the best photo chopping I have ever seen on here.
rofl, it ain't that hard
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Old 03-14-2010, 02:16 PM
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You're gonna lose your truck if ya do that though!
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They said it last 3 to 5 years. Just wash it like normal, but to be careful with a pressure washer around seams and edges. Cost varies, having the ability to photo shop my own truck and logos, saves big time!!! I wont have to pay they're $60 an hour design fee. I plan on going in there with a finished design and say do it. I'm not done with the truck yet. Just thought I'd get some input from you guys. on how it looks so far.
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