Yes, I had an incident with a truck tire on the highway unfortunately... since they were painting anyway, I had them do it in flat black. Basically did it as a throwback to an old-school look which goes well with this car. I probably wouldn't do it on another car.Very Sharp! Have it custom painted locally?
I'm skipping the option and doing a vinyl wrap later. The material itself isn't very expensive, it's the labor you'll be paying for. I'm thinking I'll be able to get mine done for less than $500 installed. I'll be doing the hood, the top of the fenders and all the way forward to the bumper's edge in front of the hood. And yes, you can always remove it later if you don't want it any more. Heat gun and taking your time and it will come off fairly easily. Perhaps some goo-gone afterwards for any leftover residue. Wax it up after and you're good to go.It's a $995 option.
My preference is no. That's just me. So how much would a vinyl wrap cost?
Nix the option and add on a flat black vinyl wrap? Could this be a way to back out later if wanted?
Who are you ordering yours through?I love that it's an option! But I will custom wrap mine again so I can change it in the future if I want...thinking I may wrap the whole car satin black minus a few choice lines showing the red...would be bad ass with the red interior and still having the red paint in the door and underhood! Then once tired of it or getting messed up peel it all up minus the hood and have a red car again...