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Well I guess I need a new Daily Driver

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With just 2600 miles on the clock I was able to get my Mopar Edition Durango to the premier detail place here in my hometown. They did a decontamination, paint correction, polish, and then installed self healing PPF with a coating of Modesto Ceramic coating.

I was expecting it to look good, but damn my jaw hit the floor. Who knew family Truckster could look flat out sexy. Looks to nice to drive anymore LOL!
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I think the blue stripe with the blue caliper is killer, Thats why I have redline stripes to match the calipers
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5-7k is the norm for full ppf+ceramic
If you are going to keep your vehicle, and you believe in optimal original paint protection, and you want piece of mind then paying up for the film is justifiable. The film takes the heat, the high touch sections will look crappy after a year, so when you can't stand the pitted hazy look, your installer cuts out the bad and releases the good with another section..
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Depends..Xpel which my installer uses has the templates for most vehicles...the shop buys a special cutting machine and downloads the dimensions.stuff like stripes has to be hand cut
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