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Old 10-26-2012, 07:08 PM   #1
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Smile Wrapped Trim pt1 (revisited w/pics)

Today I wrapped my interior trim panels in that 3M 1080 scotch print brushed aluminum vinyl. Smooth I must say. Digging the outcome; I didn't have enough time for the whole car or enough vinyl (door handles, shifter bezel & rear armrests left to do). I used a 12"x60" (1ft x5ft) piece got the wrap from eBay $17.50 with shipping. I probably need about 1ft x 3ft more for the rest in addition to what I have left over. I know I have enough for at least the shifter bezel and one arm rest for sure. As opposed to paying an exorbitant amount of chee$e for the oem brushed aluminum panels I took the more frugal approach. As for the rest of the pieces to wrap I'll handle that maņana (now it's today- Pt 2). I feel proud of my work.
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