@gibbsemphasis You will need patience, a heat gun, a smooth squeegee that won't mar the wrap, and ideally, a friend that kind of knows what they're doing. Try some Youtube tutorials. Heat is amazing and can make up for some sins, but it may not end up perfect. The heat gun can also go too far, so be careful. Compound curves are going to be the hardest part, and require a LOT of time. When I removed and redid my Vibe's hood vinyl I used some isopropol alcohol to clean off the old glue.
frantically orders 1:12 scale diecast replica Camaro to prove a point
This isn't that bad of an idea. Get a sample, get your tools, and try it on something small. I feel like I leveled up several times when I wrapped the steering wheel trim for the Caprice. It also took four tries to do it right... But hey, it's done!
Learned a lot, too, and now I plan on wrapping more parts of the interior. They won't be harder than this, that's for sure.
@nerd_racing now THAT sounds like good Oppo. How'd that even work? At least my Camaro has a back seat and trunk pass-thru, how'd you sleep in a 2-seat mid-engine car?
I had to make a riser pad out of my sleeping bag and clothes duffel to get me over the E brake. Then I just kinda laid over the two seat bottoms. The fixed back buckets make it hard to sleep sitting upright. Overall it wasn't too bad. There was the constant sound of a pulley clanking on a flag pole that kept waking me up though.