Usually when you wanna do a vehicle wrap, you start off with a dark finish. Black, grey—-something that won’t pop out at you when you change the main color.
So of course I started with a white truck to do a brown and black wrap. My insane friends at The Wrap Mafia love a good challenge, and my god did they knock this thing out of the park. If there’s been another wrap done up to this level of detail, I haven’t seen it. I did a post on my Detroit Drop project as a whole, but the wrap deserved a write up of its own.
The starting point, my ‘09 R/T:
We’ve all seen frame-off restorations. How about a frame-off wrap?
The tailgate is super cool. I didn’t want to go full “shop truck,” but Jeff Watkins (the man behind Wrap Mafia) had an idea to give it a “Brown Dog” identity in a subtle manner.
The black-down-the-center theme starts in the front fascia and runs up and back all the way to the tonneau cover.
Kill All the White
Handles, before and after.
The bed was problematic due to the new welded-in rollpan. That meant he entire back half of the truck was one piece, no easy places to hide a seam. Skills.
3M’s Matte Brown Metallic is pretty freaking rad. Hard to really show it’s brilliance in pictures, but my buddy/photographer Andy Perry and I drove around Detroit and he shot some slick images of the finished finish. This was after we drove the Detroit to Cleveland to Detroit Hespen Rally, so she was a bit dirty.
Again, love the tailgate. And check out the tonneau handle.
Slightly tinted headlights and yellow fogs set it off (note the train station photo bomb)...
Yeah. That’s how you do a wrap.