Full Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap on Mercedes Benz 220 S “Ponton”

A couple months back at the Russo & Steele Auto Auctions in Arizona, Blake acquired a new project car — A Mercedes Benz 220 S. Quickly after it arrived home in Seattle, the transformation began. Really looking to do something different, the first step was a full matte grey wrap to offset the blood red interior. This was going to be challenging due to the imperfect body work and old paint. This didn’t stop them however and after the paint was prepped and ready to go the wrap process began.

Here is what the car looked like when it started
Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

After the car was disassembled, it was time to start the wrap
Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

They decided that any chrome trim would be either wrapped or painted matte black to go with the theme of the car
Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

The reassembly process
Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Due to all the matte wraps we have been doing recently, we ordered new products that are specifically made for both matte painted and wrapped vehicles. This special matte wax protects the surface just like regular wax but doesn’t add any shine.
Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

And now for some after pics!

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

Matte Grey Vinyl Wrap Mercedes Benz 220S Ponton NWAS

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1 Comments
26/08/11 13:56

Mikey

Do matte wraps need special care like matte paint? i was under the assumption that they didnt because the plastic isnt as delicate as a paint finish would be. any insight you can give me into this would be helpful.

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