Self healing PPF wrap?

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How expensive would this be to do most of the car? Excluding roof and tailgate
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With so much of the Bronco being easily removal, you probably could drop a panel off and pick up later.

It's probably not worth it if you're staying with the factory color and finish.
 

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I’m gonna attempt ppf myself. It’ll be a learning opportunity...lol. All the panels on the bronco is removable anyway and they are relatively straight.
 

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My local Xpel installer quoted me $7000 for stealth.
 

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Why not just repaint the entire car for that price? These film costs seem quite absurd to me. At that price I have to agree I'd rather save the money and let the body guy fix the dents and repaint when needed. What happens when you get a dent, you have to fix the dent, re-paint, then re-apply the film to that area.
 

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Why not just repaint the entire car for that price? These film costs seem quite absurd to me. At that price I have to agree I'd rather save the money and let the body guy fix the dents and repaint when needed. What happens when you get a dent, you have to fix the dent, re-paint, then re-apply the film to that area.
Ditto, considering how modular the body panels are if it's really bad it's probably cheaper to buy a new panel, paint, and bolt the sucker on.
 
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I didn't even think about the modular panels, that is another reason to save your SS.
 
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