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Old 10-21-2003, 04:30 PM   #1
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what do you think,.... how would this look...


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I like the uniform look. I aint to crazy about having one window darker than the next, unless you can barely tell the difference.
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im ust tryin to get ideas right now asl those are all photoshop so...
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I like it.
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I just tinted my tails this weekend (pix to come i hope!)

It makes it look very menacing, and american. I also put on mudflaps as well, and they both work well. I'm keeping my pointiac logo on the back, It goes well with my purple/silver theme though. I would like some tint, but that won't happen for a while.

Tint looks nice too, i would like some, but i don't have funds for that now. I just got my new corners today, i'll start clearing them this week sometime depending on how much i wanna get into installing linux on an old mac.
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I like the tint, then again I usually go as dark as possible without getting illegal and getting nailed.
Like I said here are a few of me cars past and present.






All the cars had the same tint on them, 5% on the back and 35% on the front ( light transmitency). But for some reason the truck looks the lightest tint but it is the same as the others.

The malibu is next to get done but not sure if I am going to go as dark as usual on the windows.
I was thinking of getting the back windows done at 80% instead of 95% since I am on the road all the time and it does get a bit hard to see some times at night when backing up with no lights around.
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