Dude, that is my favorite bike that I don’t have. Is it the desert sled? Really nice.Would match my bike well. That said, it's enough of a pain in the ass keeping this much matte paint clean and looking nice, would hate to deal with an entire truck's worth.
No, this is the Urban Enduro. It was one of the three release variants of the Scrambler back in 2015 along with the standard and the Icon. I believe they discontinued the trim after only a year or so and most of the features were then co-opted by the Desert Sled. I grew up on and still primarily ride Dirt Bikes so the Urban Enduro appealed to me heavily on looks. If the Desert Sled was available at the time I bought it I'd for sure have chosen it instead, though now after several years of ownership I think I prefer the Enduro. It's lighter and more comfortably designed for the street and honestly I don't find places within riding distance of me to take it off road anyway so I'd likely not get to utilize the better off-road capability of the Desert Sled and as it is anyway anywhere I could I'd probably rather just blast through it on a 2-Stroke trail bike.Dude, that is my favorite bike that I don’t have. Is it the desert sled? Really nice.
My guess is, most of the folks who want colors like this are folks who either never served or did serve but could never get enough. I would say never served is most common, though.Yeah, those mil-things lose their luster after you get out; not everything for me, but definitely M16/AR15-style rifles and any sort of uniform or polishing of any footwear, lol
Jesus Christtttt that’s what I get for doing two things at once. I swear I’m not dumb, just a case of Friday brain. Edit made!
Besides, my “flat gloss” oxymoron seems to be the least of the problems with this thread... yikes.
Wish Ford had offered a cool retro looking color like this. I went with A51 but if this had been available, my choice would be different. Because you have the experience and are supplying the labor and installation at only materials cost makes complete sense, even if it is only on for a few years. My situation is different. I can't justify the several thousand dollar cost and upkeep of a wrap that I'm going to have to replace anyway, no matter how cool and unique. Good luck with the wrap and please post pictures of the completed job! Maybe you will convince me otherwise. Lol.I can’t wait to wrap mine. I already have the vinyl. It’ll be wrapped, literally within hours of taking delivery. We’re doing Gloss Light Pistachio. It looks exactly like the name says. It’s a pastel green. Very old school look. We ordered our Bronco in black, strictly to wrap it. Never had any intention to keep the factory color. Wifey and I both liked the or sage and A51, but when dealer said most orders are those two colors we decided to wrap it. We don’t want to be like everyone elseblack is the easier color to wrap.
my our next question… price….
As for what I’m paying?? The vinyl was $560 and the labor is free….it’s what I do for a a living. I’m a 3M, Avery and Arlon Certified installer. Yea, the jams will be wrapped, with the doors off it’s easy. Once jams are installed, I’ll do a layer of PPF to protect the wrap when we get in and out of it. I’m not doing PPF over the entire Bronco. We change colors on our cars too often. It would be a waste of money for me. Even at my cost.
Pictures always suck to show true color. But this will give you an idea of what Gloss Light Pistachio looks like. Can’t wait. It’s going to look awesome!