I just got mine back yesterday. I did the front bumper cover, rockers (the Xpel template goes from the front of the door to the front of the quarter panel and up to that horizontal seam), and the entire rear bumper cover behind both rear wheels (the sides) to the seam at the quarter panel.I was quoted $6,000 for entire car, but he does a perfect job! I didn't do the entire car, but I did the following:
Bumper = $800
Hood up 18" + partial fenders + mirrors = $250
Headlights = $200
TOTAL = $1,250
I may go back and do the roof and A-pillar...
Glad you asked. I had the bumper and headlamps done TODAY in Winter Park...about a 9-iron from you. The business name is Invisible Bra and Dave Duncan is the owner/operation. He did and does meticulous work. The number: 407-275-0558, located at 672 Jackson Ave. (right off I4). No, the material is not from 3M. Xpel is the product. There is one other provider in your area but I would not (nor would others) recommend him. Oh, for the bumper and lamps, he charged a total of $680. He did another C7 (bumper, hood, 2 fenders, lamps) for $2000, if you want to go that far. You will like this guy. If you have the time, drop by and see what they're doing with a lambo. Then ask him to start it!I am in Orlando area. Who did you have do your car? also, was it the 3M material? Thanks
Just emailed Bodymotion to get pricing for the Xpel. We're you happy with them?It's really hard to see it since it's...you know...clear.
I'm actually picking mine up in a few hours. Bodymotion in New Jersey Xpel'd the nose, rockers from front to back and lower rear quarters using the precut kit.