GMC's motto is "We Are Professional Grade" and that certainly seems like an
apt description. GMC has been making trucks since way back in 1912 when it
fielded its first offering at the NY International Auto Show. As a testament to
its reliability and performance the first GMC truck made the 30-day trip from Seattle to New York City. In 1925 GM
added the bus maker Yellow Coach changing its name to the GM Truck and Coach Division and firmly
entrenched the company in the professional sphere. With the coming of World War II, GM produced more than half a million trucks for the United States Armed Forces and was
key in enduring victory for the US. After the war the GMC C/K light truck
series was launched, blazing a trail for future greats like the Sierra and the
Fast-forward to the so-called Golden Age of the 1980s when the company
experienced great successes during this period were the Jimmy and Sierra both
light duty pick-ups. The GMC Yukon (aka the Chevy Tahoe) premiered in 1992 and marked GM’s entrance into the SUV fray of the 1990s. GMC had never yet attempted to enter the luxury market but 1998 heralded the arrival of the Envoy which was usurped the Jimmy’s position in the line-up by 2002.
The last years of the 2010s were a time of difficulty and soul searching for GMC due to the Great Recession but
now, almost a decade later, is as strong as ever. Whichever GMC truck you own,
why not personalize, restore and customize it with a color change wrap from 3M™
or Rwraps™? Get the look you want for a price anyone can afford.
Got an older Denali or Suburban and want to restore it to its former glory?
Series 1080 wraps from 3M™ give you a full palette of factory-style colors to choose
from in bold finishes like Gloss, Matte, Matte
Metallic, Satin and shade-shift Satin Flip too. Wrap your entire ride and give the appearance of a brand new
factory paint job without spending your whole paycheck! Wrap your Acadia's front
fascia in Rwraps™ Matte Black, upgrade your Terrain's hood with 4D Carbon
Fiber, or wrap the spacious interior of your Savana with
Matte Red Chrome. The sky's the limit when you're laying it instead of spraying
Use the following formula to figure out how much vinyl your GMC will need to
get a complete wrap. Take the length of your vehicle and
multiply it by three (one for each side and the roof, hood and trunk) plus an
extra 5 to 15 feet for bumpers, rocker panels, spoilers and mistakes. The
following example should help:
Please note: GMC vehicle wraps are meant for application
only on OEM paint jobs.
Both 3M™ and Rwraps™ GMC vehicle wraps are designed to be used it right out of the box
without overlaminate. Made with pressure-sensitive and heat-activated adhesives you can depend on
these dual-cast films not to discolor or deform even when applied around the
most extreme of curves unlike cheaper, calendared films. Enjoy the convenience
and quality of our professional grade, DIY ready films and get to wrapping!
When you wrap your GMC truck or SUV with Rwraps™ or 3M™ Series 1080 vinyl
wraps don't forget to take great pics of your work because when you send 5 or 6
high-quality photos into us you can get cash back! That's right when you submit
your pictures and a review we'll give you a refund of up to $20 plus we'll post
your pics to our site so you get a little fame with your fortune too!
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