Originally Posted by tractors1
Dunno about paint
, but I saw a great wrap job on a U-Haul
The "wrap" technology and materials are so good now that you can achieve a custom look in 2 days that will take a paint
shop 2 months or more in "Body Shop Jail" all the while getting same or better life expectancy as paint with less upkeep.
Body work is still important with a "wrap" as a "wrap" does NOT cover and hide crappy body work. A nice smooth surface produces a nice smooth "wrap"!
One of my Featherlite trailers was "wrapped" 12 years ago, has sat outside the whole time and still looks presentable. No way "I" would paint a fiberglass egg trailer given the availability and durability of a "wrap"!
Getting ready to "wrap" my 1995 Ford dually I purchased new instead of repainting the truck and going to do the same to my daughters Westfalia VW camper bus.