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      09-17-2010, 06:16 PM   #1
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2011 Alpina B7 Full Clear Guard Wrap by Premier

Yes, the entire vehicle is fully wrapped along with our Diamond Cut IR nano-tint in 20% all around. Photos to come soon, but here's a teaser!

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      09-17-2010, 06:56 PM   #2
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I sat in one of these at the dealership last week. It is a g-g-g-g-g-g-gangsta car. So awesome.
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now that's a teaser.
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OK, here you go. Fully wrapped from top to bottom. Every panel is wrapped with the finite details of tucking the film wherever possible:



















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      09-21-2010, 06:20 PM   #5
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Keeping the photos coming!!! Process shots of the clear bra being installed.

















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very freakin nice. theres a blue one in my town that i go apeshit about. this ones very nice as well.
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And here are some close ups of the finished product....close ups to depict how well it's actually wrapped....not taken from 5'-10' away, which is typical in the industry





















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Just a few more shots of this beautiful Alpina













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i can't tell (probably bc of how well it is done), are the emblems, metal trim, and tail lights all wrapped on the trunk?? it looks pretty much impossible to tell there is even a clear bra. excellent work!
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generally, you will only notice it in person. If you're not suspecting it, you'll think there's something going on with the paint and there's a extra "shine" to it...
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i can't tell (probably bc of how well it is done), are the emblems, metal trim, and tail lights all wrapped on the trunk?? it looks pretty much impossible to tell there is even a clear bra. excellent work!
How it looks in the photos is how it looks in person. That is also the reason we take very up close pictures. Most installation facilities take photos from 5'-10', which hides many seams and install flaws.

For this vehicle, we did wrap the film around edges so that it is as seamless as possible.
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      09-28-2010, 10:07 PM   #13
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Some shots further away:







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Now that the car is wrapped does this mean you never have to wax it?
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looks like you did a good job with the wrap. the pics seem to make it look as if there is a "haze" to the paint and not a clear shinny mirror as you get with just paint and wax.
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WOW!

Very Impressive!
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I do not understand how that affects waxing - making it look shiny and good...
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Really nice job but seems like overkill. I bet the owner has plastic on their sofas at home...
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looks like you did a good job with the wrap. the pics seem to make it look as if there is a "haze" to the paint and not a clear shinny mirror as you get with just paint and wax.
no haze, it's just overcase when the photos were taken.
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Really nice job but seems like overkill. I bet the owner has plastic on their sofas at home...
actually he does not.
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That car looks amazing!!!
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Wow my dream car!!!... Looks great... If u don't mind me asking on an open forum, how much does something like that cost??... And does the wrap go over the emblems, trim, and light lenses?... Or are they removed and put back afterwards?...
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