Satin charcoal wrap and debadging

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I recently wrapped my new ZR2 in satin--Overall body is charcoal, bumper and hood molding in black and lower bumper silver. Ceramic coated it after that.
Although I like the dark ash that came with it I was looking more for this color when I bought it. Left the Silverado and 6.2l badges off--but if I did put them back on they would be black. I might do the black ZR2 logo mod where you swap the red in as I like the red. Going to add step bars whenever they decide to ship them to me.
 

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I recently wrapped my new ZR2 in satin--Overall body is charcoal, bumper and hood molding in black and lower bumper silver. Ceramic coated it after that.
Although I like the dark ash that came with it I was looking more for this color when I bought it. Left the Silverado and 6.2l badges off--but if I did put them back on they would be black. I might do the black ZR2 logo mod where you swap the red in as I like the red. Going to add step bars whenever they decide to ship them to me.
What did this project run you $$ if you don't mind me asking? Thanks!
 
Yes, please tell us what the cost is to wrap a Zr2, I have a black Zr2 and wanted to go with a new color.
 
He mentioned on a ZR2 Facebook group that the wrap cost around $4,600. It looks great but It blows my mind that GM does not offer this darker grey/charcoal color standard with their trucks. Instead, they decided the better option is purple that sometimes looks charcoal when its cloudy/dark.
 
He mentioned on a ZR2 Facebook group that the wrap cost around $4,600. It looks great but It blows my mind that GM does not offer this darker grey/charcoal color standard with their trucks. Instead, they decided the better option is purple that sometimes looks charcoal when its cloudy/dark.
Agree on a solid charcoal option, I ended up with the black instead
 
He mentioned on a ZR2 Facebook group that the wrap cost around $4,600. It looks great but It blows my mind that GM does not offer this darker grey/charcoal color standard with their trucks. Instead, they decided the better option is purple that sometimes looks charcoal when its cloudy/dark.
I originally had the Dark Ash Metallic ordered until I saw one in person. You're so right... it looked great in the shade but had a crazy purple tint in the sun. No good! I already have one black car that gets dirty 5 seconds after I wash it so I switched it up to white.
 
That looks incredible. Guessing the textured paint on the bottom of all the painted areas wasnt a problem.
 
He mentioned on a ZR2 Facebook group that the wrap cost around $4,600. It looks great but It blows my mind that GM does not offer this darker grey/charcoal color standard with their trucks. Instead, they decided the better option is purple that sometimes looks charcoal when its cloudy/dark.
To each, their own! I love mine in Dark Ash......
 
I wanted to do mine in a flat or mat army green, but thought $5k was too much for now.😬
 
I recently wrapped my new ZR2 in satin--Overall body is charcoal, bumper and hood molding in black and lower bumper silver. Ceramic coated it after that.
Although I like the dark ash that came with it I was looking more for this color when I bought it. Left the Silverado and 6.2l badges off--but if I did put them back on they would be black. I might do the black ZR2 logo mod where you swap the red in as I like the red. Going to add step bars whenever they decide to ship them to me.
nice job..im gonna start debadging. im gonna swap the chrome 6.2l for black.
 

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