Thats about 500 labor (full 3M pro kit is 284 on ebay),No, I'm probably gonna have a pro do it, I got quoted 800 plus tax for a 3m pro x in the highway package kit that covers bumper,partial hood and partial fenders,mirrors, headlights.....
Didn't think that was a bad deal!
Yeah, I have and that is why I am going to try it.Watch some videos on installing vinyl. Take your time. I am sure you will be fine.
Beautiful man! I want to have mine done with 3M but I know I don't have the skill or time (I don't want to learn what mistakes not to make on my own vehicle), but your's looks great!One more small job for more practice.
Rear 1/4 panel was taking a beating @ the track
on the Stang.
Small pieces I was able to cut out in extra areas
not used on the large sheet for the fusion front bumper.
And finally, tackled the fusion front bumper.
I cut the upper section into 3 parts and
the pieces didn't stretch enough to fully meet.
Also a couple spots around really tough curves I
had to make small edge cuts in plastic. Overall, pretty
happy and keep getting better every time I do this.
Figure just the front end and TG would have been $900.
Toss in the fusion rear trunk deck kit, small pieces I made
for under fusion mudflaps, pieces I just put
on the Stang, and added a piece on TG that gets
exposed after you open TG.
Who knows how much it would have been.
I have about $350 into materials so far and still have enough
left over for some other jobs, which may be quite a few going
forward since it is getting pretty quick and easy now.
Love your Bronco.Yeah, I have and that is why I am going to try it.
I've done bodywork and paint, even made my own
half cab soft top for my early bronco (no one
makes one from the aftermarket, only full tops),
http://luxjo.supermotors.net/70 EB SPORT/BODY/SOFT HALF CAB TOP/BACK.jpg
http://luxjo.supermotors.net/70 EB SPORT/BODY/SOFT HALF CAB TOP/DOOR FRAME.jpg
so figured I might be OK.