2017 Camaro ZL1 Gets Satin Nero Wrap, Extreme Window Tint for Murdered Out Look

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2017 Camaro ZL1 Gets Satin Nero Wrap2017 Camaro ZL1 Gets Satin Nero Wrap2017 Camaro ZL1 Gets Satin Nero Wrap
There comes a time in every new go-fast model's life when the wraps start flowing in and the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 has reached that point.
While the second skin job we're here to introduce certainly isn't the first out there, the appearance of the thing has the power to dramatically transform the appearance of the meanest sixth-gen Camaro to date, not that the Chevy would need any extra visual aggression.

These imagese come from the Camaro6 forum, where the owner of the factory-blown Camaro decided to share his ride with the world. The machine was initially dressed in black, but the owner wasn't thrilled to find out he was far from the only one that had gone for the color.

As for the rest of the dark details on the car, the windows use Llumar ceramic tint: 15% on the sides, 5% on the rear and a whopping 35% on the front. The side markers have also joined the dark side and the taillights are next on the list.

Another community member asked about the durability of such a wrap, asking for a set of specific details. And, thankfully, the ZL1 guy delivered.

"I originally wanted the black chrome wrap, but my installer told me it would be a maintenance nightmare because it would scratch easily. Plus he said he's had a number of clients who had to get the hood panel rewrapped because admirers would take selfies of themselves on top of the car while it was parked...leaving scratches and swirly marks everywhere," the owner of the supercharged muscle car said.

Judging by the enthusiasts chats we've had so far, the majority of new ZL1 drivers aim to enjoy their Chevrolets at least five times a week, but it seems the owner of the example seen here has other plans.

"I don't daily this car, so it should last me anywhere from 5-7 years, which at that point I may be looking for a change anyway. If I plan to sell the car, which I don't, the black paint will still be in perfect condition," the man explained. Given the low-risk future that appears to await this ZL1, the $2,200 investment seems to be worth it.
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