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Car Folie - Vehicle Wrapping - 0800 WE WRAP

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Car Folie has officially launched Car Wrapping as one of our new services.

Car Folie has fostered a reputation for offering highest quality window tints at the right prices, becoming the new benchmark of the industry.

We are offering our wrapping service with the same principles, best quality, attention to detail, and most importantly affordable prices.

We can wrap anything, everything.

Bonnet, roof, boot, guard, interior, grill...... You name it.

Over 50 different colours availabile (gloss, matt, satin, metallic, brushed metal, carbon and more)

Please send PM for a quote!

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Mercedes C63 AMG

Front Grill Wrapped (Satin Black surround, Gloss Black center)

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LOSE YOUR CHROME

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Audi A4 S/W

Window Surround Trim wrapped in Gloss Black (Chrome Delete)
Side Mirrors wrapped in Matt Aluminium Grey.

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LOSE YOUR CHROME

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Primo!!! Chrome on new vehicles ain't flash on most of them....................

How's our 'south of Bombay' option looking......................??!! ;):)

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Great respect to you and your team, Seth. I've just spent a few hours DIY "carbon" wrapping my interior trim. Not as easy as it looks!
Might see you in the new year...

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Saw the e60 touring today as I was in the area, was wondering why it went from grey to white haha. Looking good! And I'm sure they pay a great deal of attention to detail.

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You guys doing a 'clear bra' option ?

Considering having the e30 painted and wouldnt mind getting the leading edges/panels sorted out for the track days.

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You guys doing a 'clear bra' option ?

Considering having the e30 painted and wouldnt mind getting the leading edges/panels sorted out for the track days.

Hi there,

We will be offering clear bra, also known as paint protection film, very soon (hopefully).

We are currently experimenting with a few different products, at this stage we will most likely offer a product from 3M.

Hoping to start offering clear bra in January.

Cheers

Seth

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I've changed my mind again, Seth. I'll be in sometime this month to look at colour options (hopefully).

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I know this is a simplistic question as it would depend on the car and wrap but how much would these things go for normally for a whole car wrap? Is it cheaper than getting a respray?

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I know this is a simplistic question as it would depend on the car and wrap but how much would these things go for normally for a whole car wrap? Is it cheaper than getting a respray?

Much cheaper than re-spray, but also temporary.

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That E61 looks excellent. How much is a full wrap out of curiosity?

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Tempted to completely chrome wrap the cabrio.... ohhhh man

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Tempted to completely chrome wrap the cabrio.... ohhhh man

Oh God. Please don't! :huh:

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Oh God. Please don't! :huh:

Wouldn't the world be boring if we all liked the same things :)

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Wouldn't the world be boring if we all liked the same things :)

Lol, I can beg & plead all I like, it ain't gonna sway the mans decision :)

As always, each to their own, and all that :)

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Before we move on, I'd just like to clear the air by saying I was just kidding. I'm a big fan of the chrome on the PFL E30's, but not PFL E30's made of chrome.

More on topic, given these wraps are relatively new, do we have any examples or idea on how they stand against the test of time? I know it is hugely inaccurate to be making predictions for strangers over the internet, but for a garaged daily driver, would the wrap last say 6 (?) years before it needs to be redone due to breakdown/crinkle/stretch/delam?

Edit: It certainly was very tolerant of you though Tristan! :thumb:

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Are you guys planning to open a store up on the shore? I though you were, or used to be in Wairau? or was that a diffrent shop?

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Hi, I have a F10 M5 in black and would be keen to get all the chrome wrapped. I'm based in Napier but in AKL next Wednesday and Thursday morning. Could you do this in say half a day? Cheers

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Hi, sorry if this is a bit off topic. But I thought it may relate.

Do you have some yellow tint I could apply over fog lights to give them the Euro e36 look? Precut would be great, or I guess a couple of 12"x12" sheets should do me okay. I am thinking to view a few cars and if I pick one I might want to go with the yellow on black or yellow on white look.

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Can anyone confirm what this colour is?

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Based on the colour list (here) it appears matte blue metallic? I think it looks amazing.

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