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Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Buckingham, UK
Fair point. You've got to go for a serious company, not one of the many cowboys. A good job should be guaranteed for 5-7 years.
I think you'd say it's considerably cheaper to apply a wrap for up to 7 years and then take it off, rather than pay to respray once now, and respray again in up to seven years if you want to change back.
If it's a permanent change then obviously, respray is the way to go, but a proper job is very diffucult for a colour change, especially engine bay, so I doubt if anyone does respray colour changes these days unless it's a total resto job.
Six/twelve devils screaming
Alfa History: '78 GTV 2.0, '83 GTV6 2.5, '98 156 Selespeed 2.0, '96 GTV 2.0, '96 GTV 2.0, '05 GT 3.2 V6, '96 146 2.0ti, '99 156 2.4JTD, '01 147 1.6 Lusso.
Current Others: TVR T350 Spider, AM V12 Vantage