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was thinking more along the lines of taking mine to a painter, but this may just give me some ideas and direction
 

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If they do this in white for 4-door lengths - and aren't priced egregiously - they'll have my business. Otherwise, it's off to a local sign shop or borrowing a friend's vinyl plotter.

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Just rember anyone getting graphics added over time the sun will permantkey cook that image into your paint once you go to remove the graphics you will still see the same image in the paint this is why I’m against graphics
We have been Selling and Manufacturing Vinyl Graphics kits for over 25 years, and I have not had one customer mention how anything was ever "cooked" into their paint. If you install a graphic, what happens is over time, the sun, weather and car washes, etc will damage the exposed paint, and once the graphic is removed, you will see a difference because the paint is actually protected under the graphic, not damaged by it. I bought a 1993 Chevy truck last summer. It had graphics on it that were installed when the truck was new. I removed them and yes, you could see a ghost image of where they were installed. The original paint under the graphics was perfect. I buffed the truck and the areas around the graphic that were scratched and faded came back and there was zero shadow. Some people are now wrapping their vehicles in either clear vinyl paint protection film or a color change wrap specifically to protect the original paint from damage.
 
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We have been Selling and Manufacturing Vinyl Graphics kits for over 25 years, and I have not had one customer mention how anything was ever "cooked" into their paint. If you install a graphic, what happens is over time, the sun, weather and car washes, etc will damage the exposed paint, and once the graphic is removed, you will see a difference because the paint is actually protected under the graphic, not damaged by it. I bought a 1993 Chevy truck last summer. It had graphics on it that were installed when the truck was new. I removed them and yes, you could see a ghost image of where they were installed. The original paint under the graphics was perfect. I buffed the truck and the areas around the graphic that were scratched and faded came back and there was zero shadow. Some people are now wrapping their vehicles in either clear vinyl paint protection film or a color change wrap specifically to protect the original paint from damage.
Even the best paint protection film yellows over time it’s come a long ways no doubt but will still yellow over time then you just get the old stuff removed and bee put back on but it’s pricey to have done . I like ceramic coating but that’s not even cheap to get done with a good quality product like c quartz finest
 

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Hopefully we get some like this:

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I've never been much for graphics on my vehicles, but that one right there could change my mind. I like it........
 
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