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Old 01-13-2009, 01:58 PM
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My wife is wanting to get her car wrapped to advertise her business and we are looking for some places to get this done. I was wondering if any of you know of a place that we could check out. If you have personal experience with a vehicle wrap, can you also tell me (briefly) of what was involved, meaning, did they help you with your design or did you already have a design, how long did it take to get wrapped, etc.?

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Old 01-13-2009, 04:11 PM
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http://360wraps.com/

i only know of them because they're located right off of 35...pretty close to the 635/35 intersection. i can't speak from any experience, but a friend told me it would have been around $3-4k to wrap my dodge caravan(business purposes...not a racer). i think on their website, they quote $14 per square inch. it would be cheaper to find a guy on the side who can do it. but you know what they say, "you get what you pay for". good luck.
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Old 01-13-2009, 06:11 PM
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Or this place, though I don't know anything about them:
http://www.skinzwraps.com/
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there is one over here in fort worth off 121 and beach st but i dont know tha name
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The owner of this company lived in my old apartment complex.


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Old 01-14-2009, 06:37 PM
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A company in fort worth on camp bowie called @sign (at sign) has always been really good to me, but i've only done smaller stuff

you can as them, there number is
817.732.4455
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Old 01-15-2009, 05:25 AM
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Hey all, thanks for the links and information. My wife spoke to 360wraps and was very impressed with their customer service. We have a consultation with them next week so we'll see how it goes. 360wraps actually sounded excited whereas some of the others she contacted sounded bored on the phone. One person even yawned on the phone! I guess her phone call interuppted his nap. Anyway, the 360wraps sounds to be very professional so I'll post back about our experience in case you guys wanted to know.
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If you care about design and installation quality, go with SkinzWraps over these new companies. SkinzWraps is the best in the business by far. Check out their portfolio compared to the other local companies. SkinzWraps Gallery

My sales guy was CJ - he was very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. 214.741.4529

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s2kdewd,

Thanks for the link. We've already put down a deposit with 360 and they are turning out some very impressive designs and are working with us and my wife's vision of a design.
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maybe you should try finding a company to just design and make it for you and stick it on yourself maybe save a few bucks. shouldnt be the same thing as what ricers do. more stickers = more hp maybe you could ask them for some tips haha
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