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Old 04-27-2013, 08:56 PM   #1
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Quarter window blackout

Has anyone seen, or does anyone have these quarter window blackouts from AM? I want to get them, but idk if the matte black color would look funny? Thanks guys.
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Old 04-29-2013, 11:43 AM   #2
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Has anyone seen, or does anyone have these quarter window blackouts from AM? I want to get them, but idk if the matte black color would look funny? Thanks guys.
John
Imo seems like a waste of money.. if you wanna black it out get it covered with vinyl or plasticdip it, its way cheaper. What i love on your model mustang is the side window louvers
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Or the cobra( Eleanor ) scoops
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This is.plasti dip
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Looks the same when plasti dipped and cheaper
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:28 PM   #6
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This is.plasti dip
Looks good!

Yeah I think I'll just plasti dip them, they do look the same haha.
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Only thing is inside u can kinda see where I did not do enough coats did 4 I suggest 8 atleast and only use warm water to clean nothing to harsh
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Only thing is inside u can kinda see where I did not do enough coats did 4 I suggest 8 atleast and only use warm water to clean nothing to harsh
Alright, sounds good. How many cans do you think both windows will need?
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I actually used the new stuff from advance armor all bug stuff used half a can and did my back emblem

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