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Old 06-04-2012, 05:59 PM   #1
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Blacked out v6?

Thinking about blacking out my v6 everything that's white would matte black? Any thoughts? Sometimes I think blacked outs look cheap..

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i would get rid of the side stripes at least. i like the back letters
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Heres my car probably give u an idea. How the flat black looks on the back. Im goin to also plasti dip the mustang lettering soon.
Meh the pic doesnt show the plasti dip well
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Heres my car probably give u an idea. How the flat black looks on the back. Im goin to also plasti dip the mustang lettering soon.
Meh the pic doesnt show the plasti dip well
can u notice it better in person
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:53 PM   #6
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Agreed about the white strips gotta go and then VHT the tails smoke the headlights and your pretty much set!
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Going blackedout huh? Good taste in color...
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can u notice it better in person
Yea you can notice it. Its just the lughting on the pic. I think the plastidip looks preetty cool with the gloss black
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Thinking about blacking out my v6 everything that's white would matte black? Any thoughts? Sometimes I think blacked outs look cheap..
It's been done and done again, to avoid it looking cheap try not to over do it. Things like flat black on the wheels can look cheap because it appears to be spray bombed.. Which.. Is cheap. Same thing with plasti-dip IMO
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I wanted to go with the black out but decided to go with the black and chrome something more tht I wanted
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I wanna do kinda a "black out" thing but I love the look of the anthracite bullets! Plus I think all blacked out with MINIMAL silver highlights.

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Would look good. Like some silver fender hashes or something.
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Old 06-05-2012, 12:05 PM   #12
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My mom owns a vinyl shop all the white on my car I did myself so I would just use matte/flat black vinyl. So in theory I coul change the color of the stripes too and whenever I wanted..

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I was thinking I would probably black out with chrome rims..
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