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    im trying to find a somewhat inexpensive way to put a mural on the bow of my boat. has anyone ever seen a vehicle wrap on a jet boat? if so how did it look? any pics?

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    One of my friends had it put on his boat , it looked ok . But it was not cheap nor did it look as good as paint . I will try to get him to post a picture.
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    First of the week, we have a 28 skater going for a wrap for the Outboard Church

    You can see some pics later next week

    They say it will take 3 days to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eliminator View Post
    One of my friends had it put on his boat , it looked ok . But it was not cheap nor did it look as good as paint . I will try to get him to post a picture.
    Yeah i didnt think it was gonna be cheap but hopefully nowhere near what an airbrush mural would run. ive seen it on ski and wakeboard boats but they have graphics all over the place. im curious to what it would look like with a solid color and maybe a pinstripe or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSteve View Post
    First of the week, we have a 28 skater going for a wrap for the Outboard Church

    You can see some pics later next week

    They say it will take 3 days to do it.
    looking forward to it

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    Tom Bandy did his race boat a few years ago I think he goes by TB028 here. He might be able to point you in some direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monstertahiti78 View Post
    im trying to find a somewhat inexpensive way to put a mural on the bow of my boat. has anyone ever seen a vehicle wrap on a jet boat? if so how did it look? any pics?
    What area are you in? One of my friends has a graphics shop in Glendora, CA and he has done some cool stuff on pro level funny cars and dragsters.

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    What is it you want on your boat and where are you located?

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    im in the sacramento area. what im thinking about doing is painting the bottom of the boat and wrapping the top. probably a midnight/pearl blue with a mural of a pin-up girl bent over dropping her pink panties on the bow. planning on naming her "Pink Pantie Dropper"

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    Here are some pics of my Kona "Cast carbon fiber wrap"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Mad View Post
    Here are some pics of my Kona "Cast carbon fiber wrap"

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    Sweet. The kona looks great with that. What did that cost you? Did you just wrap the top or the whole boat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monstertahiti78 View Post
    Sweet. The kona looks great with that. What did that cost you? Did you just wrap the top or the whole boat?

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    I live in South Africa, and if I convert our currency to the a $ value it was around $2000-00. It is expensive, but I have a 7 year guarantee on fading, tearing and scratching on the product.

    I think it makes the boat unique and is well worth the expense.

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    No issues with the wrap, material, etc. It was easy to keep clean and always looked good. Gas would however take the coloring right off since its a print on a sticky backing. Have to be careful...
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