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Old 12-28-2012, 05:28 AM   #1
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anyone have their rear valance painted or got a decal by itself without the blackedout decklid? just the rear valance black? im thinking of removing the plasti dip from the decklid and just painting the rear valance? need to see some pics. and if i posted this on the wrong section, my bad.
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anyone have their rear valance painted or got a decal by itself without the blackedout decklid? just the rear valance black? im thinking of removing the plasti dip from the decklid and just painting the rear valance? need to see some pics. and if i posted this on the wrong section, my bad.
I have mine done.. The guy who tints my windows did it for me.. He used a black vinyl because I figured getting it painted would be a lot more money.. I got the top and bottom part done.. It looks better with both done.. I had the top part done first and then when I finally got the bottom part done it made such a big difference
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Plasti dipped my rear decklid and valence, saved some much money on those damn decals..check it out
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Plasti dipped my rear decklid and valence, saved some much money on those damn decals..check it out
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Plasti dipped my rear decklid and valence, saved some much money on those damn decals..check it out
came out good man. i got the decklid painted with plasti right now. do u think it will look good with just the valence painted and not the decklid ?
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came out good man. i got the decklid painted with plasti right now. do u think it will look good with just the valence painted and not the decklid ?
Not sure, try it out, plasti dip is cheap, do you not lik your dip?
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Not sure, try it out, plasti dip is cheap, do you not lik your dip?
well i was going to just re do it cuz its starting to peel. but i was thinking of just removing the decklid and dipping the valance just to see the look.
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well i was going to just re do it cuz its starting to peel. but i was thinking of just removing the decklid and dipping the valance just to see the look.
I'd redo the decklid personally if I was going to have the valence done... They just go together IMO..I painted my decklid before my valence, next day I woke up and had to do the valence cuz I felt like it was needed
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I have the rear bumper painted. I think both is to busy IMO
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I have the rear bumper painted. I think both is to busy IMO
That does look good bro! Love it wingless too..nice car man!

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I think on the Red..especially torch red, the black decklid and valence make it pop from a distance
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I have the rear bumper painted. I think both is to busy IMO
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I have the rear bumper painted. I think both is to busy IMO
i love how u painted the third brake light man looks awesome
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