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Took this on myself due to all the free time. Cost me around $100 for vinyl roll (got lots left) and used vinyl cutting tape which is really easy to use.

The hardest part was the measuring.
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I used vvivid vinyl. It is really forgiving in terms of lifting it off, reapplying and smoothing out air bubbles. Key is to clean the area thoroughly and do it in a place with minimal dust. It goes on dry and you can lift a whole sheet off and reapply without any problems. Takes a bit of practice and a helper to do larger areas but not to difficult to get good results. Just look on youtube for install videos.

I wouldn't attempt a whole wrap on the Challenger but I am planning to do it on my Jeep JK as it is basically a big box without any curves.
 

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Looks good (y) I am dying to wash your car though :p

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Just finished cleaning! 😀
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Damn that sucks. My first car show I went to I cleaned and waxed her the night before. Stopped at Dunkin for some coffee. Got out, and look like a bomb exploded all over my car. A bird shit on the whole car. I was cursing and even threw my coffee. Everybody thought I was crazy. They just don’t understand. Lmao 🤣 Nice ride by the way. Back to cleaning. 👍🏻
 
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