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Long time customer of ours just picked up a stunning black 2011 Panamera Turbo. Came to us to make sure the vehicle is fully protected with clear bra (clear guard) from rock chips, vandalism, etc. Essentially every panel on this vehicle is wrapped to protect this daily driven Porsche. And here is the project in progress:















 

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That's a great solution to keep your car clean and good looking! Something I would definately consider when I'd have a car worth doing that on.
 

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It's ready to go home and the road ahead:















 

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that looks pretty sick! how long does it usually take to wrap a car? and is it the same for a matte finish? jwwww: )
 

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that looks pretty sick! how long does it usually take to wrap a car? and is it the same for a matte finish? jwwww: )
2-3 days depending on our schedule...
 

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Every single painted panel is covered on this Panamera:



















 

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How the hell do u do around the letters.. Damn I want my 135 to be done... I hate washing Black in FL..

I just noticed u took them off wow.. U guys are good!!!
Yes, we took them off. There's a saying amongst our techs. "If it can be done, we can do it. If we cannot, then nobody else can."
 

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Now back to the pics!

















 

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First off, exceptional work! I do however question the point of wrapping an entire car. I can understand the front end to protect against stone chips, but why the entire car. How long does this finish stay looking showroom quality? Is there any damage to the paint upon removing the wrap? Again, great job, just questioning why.
 

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First off, exceptional work! I do however question the point of wrapping an entire car. I can understand the front end to protect against stone chips, but why the entire car. How long does this finish stay looking showroom quality? Is there any damage to the paint upon removing the wrap? Again, great job, just questioning why.
This is one of the reasons.... Do I have a story for you guys - M3 Forum 2011 2010 BMW M3 2009 BMW M3 BMW E90 M3 E92

Fortunately, for the owner of this M3 (customer of ours), the film protected his paint from permanent key damage.
 

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That is the most AMAZING work I have ever seen !! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

As if you are joking and saying its wrapped
 

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Ok, saw the story of the M3, but that still doesn't convince me to wrap an entire car. Can you answer my other question about how long the wrap last and does it do anything to the paint underneath?
And our posts are not designed to convince everyone to wrap their vehicles. It is to show the possibilities when it comes to protecting their vehicles. Paint protection film has been on the market for some 15 years now. The product will not damage OEM paint if it is ever removed and it is expected to last 7+ years.
 
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