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Didn't do third break light bc of cops lol. Tell me if it looks ok.
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looks too mat... clear coat them but other than that they look clean (no runs peeling etc..)

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yea those look good i wanna do the same except i wanna do it with vinyl so incase i get a ticket i can peel it right off

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post #8 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-16-2010, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys. I didn't do the clear coat bc wouldn't it start cracking after a while?

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yea those look good i wanna do the same except i wanna do it with vinyl so incase i get a ticket i can peel it right off
Dude I had tint overlays they're good if you can get them on lol. Idk I have a coupe so it wouldn't fit around the inner lights without creasing. But other than that if they would've fit I would've kept them.
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-16-2010, 12:24 PM
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tinted taillights

so i was at a car meet and this 2006 sobalt sedan rolls up blacked out to the fullest. i start talking to the guy and he was saying how he didnt use a car for his tail lights he used film. at first i didnt believe him but then looking at them you can see it was film. anyone on this site has tail lights done like that? i was thinking of doing mine the way this guy did it

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nice job man
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