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Old 06-22-2012, 02:08 PM   #1
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Hey I was wondering what would be better to do ether plasti-dip the decklid or buy the gloss black decklid panel ?
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Hey I was wondering what would be better to do ether plasti-dip the decklid or buy the gloss black decklid panel ?

TXstang125,

I honestly don't think you can go wrong! plasti-dip will look great, but that is more of a permanent finish. I may lean towards the deck lid panel, mainly because they look great & you can always remove them if you want to go a different route/sell the car ect....

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Either way I think you will be extremely happy! This is just my personal opinion, hit me up if there is anything I can do to help.

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Re: What would be best

I plasti-dipped mine, but it was more of an experiment than anything. Everyone who looks at it likes it, but I can see the imperfections of my spraying. Will probably get a magnetic cover but leave the plasti-dip in place as well, as a protective buffer between cover and paint in case something gets between the two.
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Heres a picture of my silver V6 to decide if you like it. I dunno how well it would look with the big stripe you've got down the middle. I think your car looks good As is man. That's plasti-dipped btw, not the trim magnetic piece.
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Old 06-26-2012, 09:20 AM   #5
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Well my car is going to be all silver that's y I'm
Doing it and the only concern I have for the panel is it peeling off
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Re: What would be best

buy a sticker or magnet etc as its easily removable
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buy a sticker or magnet etc as its easily removable
And will fade and crack, plastidip for five bucks, finish gets messed up just spray it again with the same can case youll have enough left over to do it a few times
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yeah bro go with plasti dip, its cheap and easy. dont like it? peel it of.
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I did my whole rear end in Plasti dip.

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One thing everybody... No magnets. Our decklids are fiberglass.
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Vinyl is good comes off like plasti dip and if you get it from the right place it will outlast your car and won't fade..

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One thing everybody... No magnets. Our decklids are fiberglass.
+1 haha I noticed that too
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