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I have a full brand new never used roll of Avery Supreme wrapping film in Pearlescent white. 60 inches by 25 yards. More than enough to do any miata, possibly even two.
This film is specifically made for wrapping cars and is super easy to work with, it stretches, contours and sticks really well. I myself have helped wrap two other cars in the same vinyl, but I decided not to wrap mine due to the amount of body work I would have to do to get it looking right (my car is haggard). The film itself is semi-transparent, so depending on the color of the car it will have a hue to it creating a color effect with the pearl.
I obtained this roll at dealer price of 500$ plus shipping, Willing to let go for 450$ plus shipping. A website where anyone can get it charges 523$ plus shipping. Come pick it up in Newark, Delaware for 425$ even. Its sitting in my room and taking up space and the money could be spent elsewhere at the moment.
Her is a picture of the vinyl still in the box.

This is a car Avery had wrapped in the same vinyl (it will obviously show more pearl in sunlight)

If any of you are familiar with "stance" stuff youve probably seen my buddy Shaun's car that we wrapped in the same film. A mettalic red film with a white basecoat.

And a friends audi we did in plain white.


For reference, we all bought the same size roll, the audi had enough left over to probably do the miata, and the BMW has alot left over after wrapping his bumper a few times even.
 

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I'm seriously contemplating on getting my entire car wrapped in vinyl.
How does it stand to the outside elements 24/7? How long does it last? How to you repair scratches (in case some ass decides to key your car)?
 

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Well this vinyl is made for wrapping vehicles, so you heat set the edges, with the red metallic it did noting to the effect or flake, but I wouldn't leave it there to long.

The vinyl is said to be 9 year outdoor life without fading.
 

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dang I'm think bout this. maybe if you still have this a
month from now. I'll get back at you. I'm interested of buying it and trying it out.
 
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