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    Hi everyone,
    I'm new on your folks forum. And there is something I'd like to ask your oppinion on. My Camaro is 2011(3.6 L). And I decided that I want to do something interesting about its body color. First thought of aerographics and stuff, yet now I feel that it's going to irritate me shortly after I make it.
    Now, I found an interesting idea (see the red and white Camaro in the third line in the middle - https://www.carid.com/gallery/chevy/camaro/ ). I like how it looks, yet I cannot decide, whether it's better to paint the upper part, or do that white top and black line with black vinyl wrap. What would you do if you were me with this styling idea?

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    I like the simple look of the white camaro. Small accents in my opinion are better than overdoing it. Less is more- I like the white camaro setup- the rims compliment it well too
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    • #3
      I would do the white and the black stripe. Welcome to the site.
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      • #4
        You really cannot go wrong with a vinyl wrap. If you like it, keep it as-is. If you don't, peel and try something else. The vinyl can last for many of years and a side benefit is that it also helps protect against small rock/sand chips.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by hockeyman View Post
          You really cannot go wrong with a vinyl wrap. If you like it, keep it as-is. If you don't, peel and try something else. The vinyl can last for many of years and a side benefit is that it also helps protect against small rock/sand chips.
          I'd agree here

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            I'm new on your folks forum. And there is something I'd like to ask your oppinion on. My Camaro is 2011(3.6 L). And I decided that...
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