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Old 06-17-2013, 02:29 PM   #1
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Before / After Decklid Panel

Here was my weekend project, before and after installing AM's decklid panel.
I also had some left over vinyl left on my previous projects, so I tinted the taillights and added hash marks. What you guys think.



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looks good
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Old 06-17-2013, 03:01 PM   #3
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Now you need to powder coat your rims
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Now you need to powder coat your rims
Lol noooooo
Don't do that those are gorgeous rims by themselves my dad has those in his dd a white 2012 v6 it looks so good
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It all a matter of opinion, but with a Grabber Blue car with black accents, black wheels would look good. On a white car I think chrome looks best. I did my wheels and I get nothing but compliments all the time.
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It all a matter of opinion, but with a Grabber Blue car with black accents, black wheels would look good. On a white car I think chrome looks best. I did my wheels and I get nothing but compliments all the time.
That's true but sell those wheels don't powder cost them. Black does look amazing and in my opinion the only color wheel that goes on the grabber blue stangs
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I personally love the PP wheels, but If i had the money Id buy some AMR Staggered, those wheels are just down right sexy haha
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I personally love the PP wheels, but If i had the money Id buy some AMR Staggered, those wheels are just down right sexy haha
Exactly lol
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Like the deck lid, not a fan of those stripes though. Just my 2ยข.
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Looks great. Love the stripes.
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Yeah, i'm toying w/ the idea of changing the wheels to black. I most likely will plasti dip to see if i like them in black or not.

As regarding the hash marks, the vinyl was something i had left over from doing bmw shadowline trim. It cost nothing and it took like 2 mins for the install.

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Yeah, i'm toying w/ the idea of changing the wheels to black. I most likely will plasti dip to see if i like them in black or not.

As regarding the hash marks, the vinyl was something i had left over from doing bmw shadowline trim. It cost nothing and it took like 2 mins for the install.
I plasti dipped mine to make sure I'd like black then after while I went with the permanent option.
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I plasti dipped mine to make sure I'd like black then after while I went with the permanent option.
Same here, painted mine as well
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Looks good! I plasti-dipped my deck lid panel on to see if I like it. Must have if you tint your tail lights.
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Looks really good.
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Good work and where did you get the product, AM?
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Good work and where did you get the product, AM?
yeah, got it from AM. i got the gloss one instead of the matte magnetic one.
One thing i noticed is that it doesn't fit snug against the faux gas cap as well it is more of smoked than blacked out.

So i plasti-dip the inside of the panel to make sure no color shown through as well as when it plasti-dip the gas cap, i dipped any blue that is showing through the edges due to not fitting snug.
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Looks really good, made a big difference.
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