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First try at wrapping trim

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Gazzago, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. Gazzago
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    Tried my hand at wrapping some interior trim today. Turned out better than I expected!

    It's 3M silver carbon fibre. Looks almost white. I like the contrast. Considered brushed aluminium but decided on this.... Can always change it :) I saw this style on a friends new A6 when she got it delivered and thought it looked good with the dark interior. Who am I to argue with Audi style ha ha

    Be interested to know what trim others have wrapped. Got the bug now but want to keep it classy.

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    i actually like that. Its quite classy. Well done. :)x
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    Definately one of the better looking mods I've seen some people do to their interiors :thumbsup:
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    Ash187 Audi Retrofitter

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    That looks really nice! i like the silver carbon look.

    here are some i did


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    Wow Ash! That's amazing. How on earth did you manage to wrap those switches? And the grill on the roof light?

    Respect man!
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    Ash that looks good also the pattern continues,you must be brilliant at wallpapering.

    Gaz them pics don't do your work justice,looks good though
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    Great job
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    Ash187 Audi Retrofitter

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    It takes alot of time and patience but as you can see it comes out nice. All you need is a heat gun and a standing knife and a few hours spare.

    Here are a couple more of the car so you can get some ideas

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    Also you can have a look at my blog where I have written up more on what I have done on the car: Ash.Net: Retrofits On My Audi A3
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    Nice site Ash! Lots of work gone into your car... And dare I ask how did you get on after the accident?

    Gary
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    Thanks mate
    well i am still sorting that out... the car is still on the road but in the process of getting fixed. i will be updating the site once the car is ready

    so any more wrapping done on yours then? there are plenty of places you could do it and still have it looking tasteful
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