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post #21 of 39 Old 01-23-2015, 01:20 PM
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I had my 2004 IS300 tail lights tinted.... got pulled over after about 6 months. Re did them, took pictures of them, got the ticket dismissed, the day after court i went and re did them LOL
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I think its ford who offers a factory headlight tint on a few trims, but the tint is built into the back of the housing not the lens or something like that...
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Never knew that was the case with Fords and I have seen a lot of them, most seemed "normal" to me.

But I know if it was up to me I would at least tint the headlight lens a bit



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one question how did u wrap the chrome parts of the rc350 its a really cool mod and I would love to do it with my black rc350 f-sport.
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one question how did u wrap the chrome parts of the rc350 its a really cool mod and I would love to do it with my black rc350 f-sport.
There are a number of tutorials on youtube which you may want to look through, looking through a few of them will help to see all the best practices.



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one question how did u wrap the chrome parts of the rc350 its a really cool mod and I would love to do it with my black rc350 f-sport.
I took it to a professional shop here in Austin,TX who specializes in vehicle wraps...
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Only mod i have been able to do because no parts are currently avaliable (suspension/front rear lips/ exhaust) WRapped the front grill and window trim matte black, as well as de badged and painted rear L emblem matte black to match front and side trim. Any advice or knowledge of other mods or parts would be appreciated.

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Hey, it looks awesome with the black wrap. what do you think of matt black plastic dip... would you think it will look as nice as yours?
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Vinyl wrap is the way to go. plasti dip will peel eventually due to wear.

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Vinyl wrap is the way to go. plasti dip will peel eventually due to wear.
What he said
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