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Are there any red, yellow, white, or any non-stock colored E's out there? Any outrageous designs or auto wraps?
I started wondering when I saw a Pilot wrapped for a noodle restaurant this weekend. I have seen other cars that attract attention with this done like the PT Cruiser, new Beetle and Hummers (I even saw a camo-wrapped F150 last week).
 

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Did they wrap the plastic panels or just the painted areas?
 

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I havent seen or done a wrap for an element yet but concidering doing one for myself.

Do you want to wrap yours? I can do that for you!!
 

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I wanted to go for the standard North Georgia camouflage with spray cans, but then I didn't want it to look like all my neighbors F-150's and thought better of it.
 

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wuts a wrap?
 

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No, I don't want to wrap mine... I just like seeing people use the E in creative ways. I guess the whole ad wrap thing intrigues me because I have a PR/advertising background :)
 

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Oh... and auto wraps are those things you most commonly see on company vans where the ad or theme covers the entire vehicle. A couple of years ago it became more mainstream, there were even companies that offered to pay your car payment for you if you wraped your car in a company design/logo. I have seen a few cars lately that are just having it done to have a cool design (like the camo trucks I mentioned). It's neat because you can have just about anything you want and it is a plasticy material that is shiny kinda like paint.
 

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hmmmm thanks for the 411
 

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I wonder what happens when you remove the wrap? Or can you?

I wouldn't mind wrappinf my E....I think it would be very cool, but would like to know what would happen if the wrap was removed later don the line, would it harm the paint/finish?
 

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I've heard it can be easily removed but I guess that is a question to direct to FlipFX if he does them. I think a lot of print shops/graphics shops do it. We have a lot of them in Atlanta.
 

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since my e is my business vehicle, i am intriqued by the wrap concept. i'm wondering what the tint percentages of the rear windows would be after being wrapped. dc only allows 50% and i like to play nice with all the friendly policemen. anybody know?
 

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I don't think anyone will wrap the 2 front windows or -of course- the windshield. I think they only do rear windows, sides and back. I don't think those apply in tint laws anyway. Also, many people in my area are just getting their back windows done w/ flags, etc. I don't know if it is the same treatment but it looks the same, it is opaque from the outside but nearly clear looking out from vehicle (I guess it is perforated).
 
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