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Old 12-03-2012, 12:47 PM
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Wu! Wraps Custom Automotive Wraps FINALLY HERE FOR BIMMERFEST E39 owners!!

Hello everyone!

Sup guys, my names Mark Wu (Wu! Wraps) from Seattle WA & i do custom vinyl wrapping for cars, bike parts, whatever you wanna send my way! i've been doing this for over the last 3yrs now n started out working on my own stuff. i've built up a good rep & lots of local work over the years now. I've proabably worked on over 150+ BMW's and roughly 300+ projects in general. I thought this maybe the time to expand my services nationally. I've done some Craigslist ads in the past nationally with some results but i feel this is more of a "official" approach. so here i am! So here we go, just some pics of work that i've done over time, feel free to hit me up with any questions, tips, pricing, etc. that you might have about what i do & if you are attempting to do this yourself.

OUT OF STATE GUYS:

So if you want your interior trim wrapped in your vehicle but, don't wanna bother with the DIY, tried it b4 and wanted to blow your brains out, can't find a local joint to do this for you, local joints don't wanna even mess with it, local joints don't even know what the hell you want them to do (happened to me), etc etc... SEND IT TO ME! I've noticed that most of the out of state stuff that is mailed to me is from the east coast... Dunno why but that's how it's been. What i've found works best is you pull your parts, pack them up in a box that is ROOMY, and mail it out to me. If you use UPS/FEDEX buy a prepaid shipping label for the trip back home and put it in the box, this way you control shipping speed and cost. If you use USPS you will paypal me the cost of whatever shipping you choose with the cost of the job. I always ship USPS with insurance & signature confirmation!

Pricing:
when messaging me about wrapping some stuff for you please include:
1- your NAME
2- what state you from
3- YR/MK/MDL
4- what you want wrapped
5- what material you may want it done in, ie: carbon fiber black, carbon fiber white, gloss black, matte black, brushed black aluminum, zebra print, etc...

All prices are under the assumption that the material you want it wrapped in is in stock. If i need to special order a certain color for you it will be an extra $25-$50 depending on what material it is. Also prices are for guys mailing/ bringing me parts off the car. IF YOU ARE LOCAL and want me to pull all parts off car & reassemble price will be a lil bit more for that. pricing varies from car to car, some are super easy to pull, some take hours!...

BMW 1-series:
E87 interior trim $200.00

BMW 3-series:
E46 sedan interior trim $200.00
E46 coupe interior trim $250.00
E46 steering wheel insert $30.00
E46 smg dome $20.00

E90 sedan interior trim $200.00
E92 coupe interior trim $240.00
E92 steering wheel insert $30.00
E92 rear sliding compartment bezel $30.00

BMW 5-series:
E34 interior trim $200.00
E39 interior trim $250.00
E60 interior trim $250.00
E60 steering wheel insert $30.00

BMW 6-series:
E63 interior trim $250.00
E63 steering wheel insert $30.00
E63 cup holder $50.00

BMW 7-series:
E38 interior trim $250.00
E65 interior trim $300.00

BMW X-series:
E53 interior trim $250.00
E53 steering wheel insert $30.00

BMW Z-series:
E85 interior trim $225.00
E85 steering wheel insert $30.00

I know i have left some cars out, this is because i haven't done one yet... but as you can see the pricing is not a big stretch, just contact me with what you got and want done! i will update the price list as jobs come in.


stuff i do:
wrap window trims, smoke lights, wrap interior trim pieces, gloss/matte black roofs etc...

stuff i don't do:
wrench time, I DON'T TINT WINDOWS or CLEAR BRA (but have buddies that do), i don't print decals

availibility:
very flexible, contact me

location:
south seattle/skyway (close to lucky dragon casino/fry's electronics/gene coulon park)

materials i use:
3m 1080 series vinyl
3m di-noc series vinyl
oracal 970ra series vinyl
oracal 8300 series vinyl (smoking lights and stuff like that)
carbon fiber fabrics from www.pyspeed.com, destronsgarage.com, ebay seller "kazen"

Mark Wu
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bmw e39 5-sereis interior trim wrapped in 3m 1080 carbon fiber. more out of state work. these where mailed to me from tha east coast & will be shipped back home to Vegas. owner also got the double din aftermarket radio bezel that i wrapped along with the OEM cd tray cover. the shift surround part is on the way in another box, otherwise it is a complete set. owner will be taking this to Cabo Mexico to instal in his 5-series! Wu! Wraps








single part for a e39 m5. so owner is in Cali, has a M5 with the OEM brushed titanium trim. his OEM shift surround is bubbling & peeling... just so happens that the wrecking yard had a e39 there. i pulled it since it was in great condition, wrapped it up in 3m 1080 brushed titanium and will be shipped out to cali. came out great! i disassembled it to the max to get the best results, this took about 30min to wrap but you must consider the time it took to pull from wrecked car, disassemble, wash, dry, etc... I was told by the owner that the 3m 1080 brushed titanium is the closest thing to the OEM finish. Wu! Wraps




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Old 12-04-2012, 12:34 PM
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What is the cost for the metallic silver wrap installed?
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Old 12-04-2012, 12:37 PM
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Interested in the first wrap you have - the copper one.
How much?
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:53 PM
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Old 12-04-2012, 02:04 PM
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doru: the 1st one is the oem gold plastic color trim. i can wrap your trim in a similar glossy gold/ gloss gold with pearl/ matte gold/ matte gold with metallic, etc... cost would be $250.00 +$50.00 for custom order material -$40.00 discount till 1/1/13. you pay for shipping both ways. let me know if your interested, and we can discuss the color options more, basically there are around 5-10 shades of gold type colors around. i have samples for most of them.

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Old 12-04-2012, 05:34 PM
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:21 AM
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:07 AM
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gypsy tears? I have thought about going gloss black over my wood grain. I used to have the piano black in my previous e39. Loved it.
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:50 AM
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Mark, do you check your inbox at all?
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how much would it cost to have it wrapped in real baby seal skin?
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Old 01-06-2013, 06:34 PM
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BMW e90 interior trim wrapped in 3m 1080 brushed black. drop off job, will have installed pics tmrw for you guys. i'm thinking this is becoming more and more popular now! barely had enough materials to finish this job! all in all came out great! job time was around 3hrs or so on this one. Wu! Wraps









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Old 01-06-2013, 06:49 PM
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Lexus IS250 interior trim wrapped in 3m 1080 anthracite carbon fiber. came out great! also did the air vents and yellow foglights in oracal 8300 yellow film. his fogs were really faded and pitted, a lil claybar and new fresh glossy vinyl makes them look a lot newer. owner is very happy with the results, this was about a 3hr job. might do more stuff on this one later. Wu! Wraps














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I think the Wraps look Well Done.. Everything Lines up well,, Not a easy thing to due..
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:05 PM
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I think that looks a whole lot better than my dated-looking factory wood grain trim.

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Old 01-07-2013, 09:21 AM
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I can't figure why some of these guys are giving you ****, but just know that most people on the internet that use words like "rice" and phrases that have to do with baby seal skin are douche bags hiding behind their computers, and typically look to find things to be negative about because like I said, their douchey. Anyway, I think it looks quite a bit better than the dated cheesy wood in our rides, and will most likely have you do something to dress up my sand interior. Nice job, and very good price I might add.
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How much do you charge if we ship trim to you?
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And you also put "(very rare)" in your sig??? I mean, come on poser, thats WEAK!
My bad what I meant to say was Carbon Fiber is rice. Charcoal Titanium wraps look nice or just brushed titanium. Carbon Fiber looks ugly on interior that's not black.
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I can't figure why some of these guys are giving you ****, but just know that most people on the internet that use words like "rice" and phrases that have to do with baby seal skin are douche bags hiding behind their computers, and typically look to find things to be negative about because like I said, their douchey. Anyway, I think it looks quite a bit better than the dated cheesy wood in our rides, and will most likely have you do something to dress up my sand interior. Nice job, and very good price I might add.
Wood is cool in my book. Carbon Fiber is for car's made just for speed. Bmws are fast, but luxurious wood is for luxurious cars. Check and Mate
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I say to each their own. What soneone else does to their car is their decision. I like my wood grain - but I kind of like the sleek look that some have with the brushed aluminum. I've had custom cars since before I was old enough to drive and have been to more car shows then I can remember - and even though some people do things to their cars I would never do I can still appreciate that they put the effort to do it and they enjoy it... Life is to short to "hate"... Just my opinion.
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I say to each their own. What soneone else does to their car is their decision. I like my wood grain - but I kind of like the sleek look that some have with the brushed aluminum. I've had custom cars since before I was old enough to drive and have been to more car shows then I can remember - and even though some people do things to their cars I would never do I can still appreciate that they put the effort to do it and they enjoy it... Life is to short to "hate"... Just my opinion.
I wasn't hating. I think it looks cheap boy racer to put stickers on wood...Just my opinion

Think forum is for people to share their Ideas, Opinions, and help people. Is it a big deal that I don't like something that you like? I don't like Soccer is that "hate". I love golf you may hate golf and think its insufferable.
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