Steele Graphite Chrome Delete and Blackout

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Here is my 2021 Calligraphy.

Full Chrome Delete
Roof wrapped in Black
Grill painted Black.
Powder Coated Stock Wheels
Door Handles wrapped Black
HeadLights/ Tail Lights smoked
Rear Tailgate Full Debadge.

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I love this! New to mods so any suggestions? Do I just find a reputable autobody shop? I'm in the South Seattle, WA area. Thanks!
 
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probably not a body shop. you want to find a shop that does vinyl wraps/custom mods . body shop isnt usually a good source for precision work.
 

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How did you cover holes on rear badge delete?
 
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The holes were filled and tailgate was repainted
 

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Mind sharing how much that cost and how it looks, good as new?
 
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It was a few thousand for all the things done. You can see how it looks from all the pictures. I really like it and am very happy with it. It looks different from most of the Palisades out there and for me it turned out exactly how I imagined it
 

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Gray plastic? Which panel would that be?
The more intricate areas were painted ( mostly around the grill and the chrome trim around it) the paint on those areas doesn't stick so I most likely will have to get them repainted in a few yrs if I decide to do so
 

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Around grill, doir handles, diffusers, ect
 
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it was a mix of painting and wrapping.

Around grill and front diffusers were painted. ( i regret not PPF'ing those sooner) door handles, mirrors and roof rails were wrapped. The wrap is staying pretty well. paint not so much since it was painted on top of the chrome - which isnt recommended.
 


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