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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Port Sulphur, La.


    DRAGSTER WRAP? Pro"s and Con's vs Paint?

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
    Join Date
    May 2003
    Coldwater, MI
    I've only seen a few but I'll give you my take on them. They are dull and look nothing like paint. The one guy I talked to said he wouldnt do it again because like most stuff it was coming off to easy. IMO I'd paint a car all 1 color before I put a wrap on it, just looks to dull for me.
    David Lanning
    IHRA NHRA 387B

    Fleenor Racing Transmission
    Lanning Electric
    Complete Drag Car Wiring
    APD Race Engines

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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Wisconsin cheesehead!!
    I had an old subaru a couple years ago that had a camo vinyl wrap done to it... it was used more to keep the bondo and rust togeather then anything but it held up great for the year or so that I owned it, the car was used as a daily driver and off road beater. went through some VERY thick brush with it and it never scratched or peeled off at all.

    here are a couple pics after it was on the car for about 3 years and a year of me daily driving it and beating on it off road.

    in this pic, you can see some rust in the rear quarter panel on top of the tire. this was about a 3/4" strip that was NOT covered with the camo vinyl and was sprayed with ryno-liner truck bed liner.

    I was very impressed with its performace at least off-road, that car didnt have the guts to get above 65 though. not sure what effect it would have at 150+mph.
    1987 Pontiac Fiero GT
    418ci SBC v8, manual 5-speed.
    dual stage nitrous injected

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