Cost to wrap Bronco hard top?

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If I cant get a white hard top, I would consider having it wrapped.
Does anyone know what that would cost?





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I don’t know hope well a wrap will work on the sectional roof but it could be an option. Wrapping a whole car is in the mid $2,000-$3,000 range so just a roof might still cost around $800 -$1000.
 

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I would not wrap a top that will be taken apart often, too many seams, but I guess it’s doable. I’d guess a shop would charge you probably about $1,200 due to the complexity of having to wrap multiple pieces.
 

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I would have no desire to spend $45-50k on a brand new vehicle and then spend more cash to “wrap” it...
To each their own..
 

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How much would you guess for a Line-X spray of the hardtop only?
$500- (2 door)--$700 (4 door). Possibly and probably a bit cheaper on that 4 door number in reality.
Once I am able to see them in person I'll know better. Possible 400 2 door and 5-600 4 door.
 

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Just got a rough estimate 800-1000 to paint, not wrap the 4 door top. Assuming the inside would be left alone (since even the shado black top is white on the inside, and i dont want to mess with the sound deadening). They recommended not vinyl wrapping given potential scratches from wear and tear given its white over black. To me, thats a much better option if the white top ends up being a DIO accessory (meaning you need to buy a dual top)...remember, they need to ship the car to the dealer with some other top, presumably a soft top.
 

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Just got a rough estimate 800-1000 to paint, not wrap the 4 door top. Assuming the inside would be left alone (since even the shado black top is white on the inside, and i dont want to mess with the sound deadening). They recommended not vinyl wrapping given potential scratches from wear and tear given its white over black. To me, thats a much better option if the white top ends up being a DIO accessory (meaning you need to buy a dual top)...remember, they need to ship the car to the dealer with some other top, presumably a soft top.
That's about right. I've been telling people roughly 6-800, so market prices are a bit higher.
Paying more than that is a ripoff unless you're going some sort of custom mix or a candy.
 
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I would have no desire to spend $45-50k on a brand new vehicle and then spend more cash to “wrap” it...
To each their own..
I think that's when a lot of people wrap their cars actually. The main benefit of a wrap is to protect your vehicles paint from UV and pinstriping. Clear bra wraps are super common in rocky, snowy, or sandy places. I get the reason he's talking about is because he's unsatisfied with the grey top, like some others....not necessarily for protection. I for one don't mind the grey top...I feel like I'm in the minority though. My only beef with the grey, is if it doesn't match the material of the fender flares, door handles, and side mirrors. Otherwise, I like it better than the idea of a glossy painted top...white or black. ??‍♂
 

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How much would you guess for a Line-X spray of the hardtop only?

You’ll have to call and get a quote- LINE X is a great alternative for the entire rig instead of wrapping.
 

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I would have no desire to spend $45-50k on a brand new vehicle and then spend more cash to “wrap” it...
To each their own..
I have no desire to spend that much on a vehicle and not have it the way I want it. It’s just another mod on a vehicle that screams for mods.
 

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That's about right. I've been telling people roughly 6-800, so market prices are a bit higher.
Paying more than that is a ripoff unless you're going some sort of custom mix or a candy.
Honestly I thought it would be more than 1k. Everything in my area ends up being way more than I estimate so I’m happy with that. Welcome to NJ. The average property tax bill within my neighborhood is pushing 30k. Apparently people like overpaying for shit.
 

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