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Your Bronco looks freaking awesome and I'm sure plenty of folks are going to be following your lead.

Just one tech question. Why the Ceramic coating before the Xpel wrap?

I would think the wrap would protect your paint just fine and make the ceramic unnecessary.

Thanks

I would think that he had them put the wrap on, then ceramic coat the wrap. This way the wrap has greater protectiona and will last longer before needing replacing/removal.

 

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This is a thing of beauty.
The EG really works with the Stealth. I would like to see some sunny-day outside pics as well, personally.

I too love the graphics, each style calls to me on its own, but not so sure it all works together quite as well as a blended style.

The mountains give it a cool, exploration-ready vibe and I dig it.
The offset stripe is a really cool rally-performance type trend I like and hope it isn't overdone to where we see too much of it, making it the "Oakley windshield decal" of the 2020's.

I like the side stripe where it graduates to hashlines at the rear terminus.

I think it would look best (just personal opinion here) with EITHER:

Offset stripe and side stripes only, no hood bump blackout to confuse the flow.
or
Mountain graphics as it is with a geo-style (think topo map) hood bump overlay.

Personally I feel it either needs to sporty vibe or the adventure vibe, but not both on the same vehicle.

Regardless, love the overall look of the stealth on top of the EG. Makes it a softer green, and one that should have been a factory color.

I'm not a PPF $5K kinda guy, as I paint and can paint one for that (or less), but I do understand the reasons for it, and they are all valid arguments for it.
Just that my mind can't justify the cost of a paint job itself vs. vinyl.
But there again, any time the owner wants, they can strip it and have factory-fresh, nice paint again if they tire of the look. Once it's sanded and painted, ya got what ya got.
 

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Get rid of that soft top and its perfect.
 

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Thanks so much for posting this - it is the first EG w/ Stealth that I have seen. Looks amazing.
 

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If that's how the color came, I would like it. Knowing how much it is hiding the dynamic character of the EG below, it's a pass for me.
 

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Dayum, that looks amazing!

 

 
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