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Old 08-26-2010, 03:50 PM   #1
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Wow,
I just had my 98 Sportsmobile Wraped by Adrian at Signdezignz, his shop is about an hour north of Fresno (209-785-6878). The van was origianally Green and body damage / rust--this was taken care of and wrap was stuck right over repairs (no need to repaint!!) The material used was a "CamoWrap" Max 4 pattern and applied in panels--there was a lot of Joinning as the kit is intended for pick up use, but overall results show this kit can be used for larger applications.
Total time to wrap the vehicle took around 2 days and cost was equivenent to a regular paint job , but obviously the patterns availible far exceed any painting.
Signdezignz can do any kind of patterns and full or part wraps--your imagination is the only limit!!
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Old 08-26-2010, 05:46 PM   #2
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That looks sharp! I have been considering a vinyl wrap for my van. How do you think it will hold up against bushes and branches dragged across it? I am wondering if it will offer any protection against "desert pin-striping."

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Old 08-26-2010, 09:20 PM   #3
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Looking good Todd! We should be back in town from our Alaska trip around the first week of Sept. I'd like to get together and check it out!!
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Old 08-26-2010, 09:33 PM   #4
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Dude,

You need to hit those rims with some olive drab Krylon, they just don't go with the graphics!
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Old 08-26-2010, 09:45 PM   #5
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I love it! I was looking into doing some here in Denver. What caught my eye was this company http://www.inkmonstr.com/vg_wrap.html
Great job..
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I can't see the Van, all I see is trees
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Old 08-26-2010, 11:48 PM   #7
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Re: Full Body Wrap

I want the new digital Army pattern winter or desert. Not sure if its legal to use a pic of it and have them print the wrap is it? I thought those cammo patterns are copyrighted?

I think I found some:
http://www.blog.powersportswraps.com/?tag=digital-camo
Here is all of em:
http://www.powersportswraps.com/vehicle ... flage/15/1
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I do like a Urban Camo look and have used it before:
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The stuff seems tough, it has cross patterns of kevlar twine. I think that it can be ripped if somthing like at tree-branch gets a hold of it, but it is still to early to tell, the wrap material glue takes a while to cure completely. What is the biggest trip is all of the corn-fed dudes drooling on it. I cant even get fuel with out someone talking to me, and wanting to know how much it cost. Today it was at Les Schab and some guy driving down the highway saw it and well you can guess the rest.
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Re: Full Body Wrap

Here a copy more sites for a different look: 3M carbon fiber, matte black

Thinking of wrapping my AMG but why not a sportsmobile too?

I'm diggin that white and silver carbon fiber wrap, my SMB hood is fiberglass anyways.

http://getcarbonfiber.com/Carbon-Fiber- ... ker-decal/
http://www.stickercity.com/

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