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Old 05-27-2015, 08:54 AM   #1
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Dipped my rims, spoiler, and emblems

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Old 05-28-2015, 04:51 AM   #2
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Nothing says class more than shaking a can of flat black and spraying a beautiful car. Plasti dip is one of those mods popular in the ghetto because.....it is ghetto.
Take pride in your ride. Do it right. Spend a little more money than $5 and I guarantee you'll be so more more proud of your car.
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Old 05-28-2015, 05:17 AM   #3
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Looks good. Adds a nice little extra touch to your car! I like how the spoiler now matches your top. Good work.
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Don't listen to waylap. He believes it is his duty to inform you he does not approve of plasti-dip. Once in the middle of the night plasti-dip came and hurt his family and he has not been able to recover.

Looks good. Plasti-dip is a great way to make a change without permanent consequences. Just remember it is temporary, if you want to keep the look you will have keep up with it and touch it up/ redo it from time to time.


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Old 05-28-2015, 09:28 AM   #5
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Haha thanks guys. Maybe Waylap was at one time frozen in plastidip... which I'm sure is a lot cheaper than carbonite these days...

I just couldn't stand the look of the stock v6 wheels *shudders*. At least now they're less noticeable and I'll eventually get some new wheels anyway. Probably should get the spoiler painted black if I decide to keep the look (honestly it doesn't look too great up close.) imo the wheels turned out pretty good though.
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Old 05-28-2015, 11:05 AM   #6
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I have my grill dipped as well but i left the pony "chrome" and i have the spoiler dipped as well. I guess I'm too hood to have a mustang but then again its just a V6
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Not a fan of the plasti dip either, but those wheels do look better black. Those stocks are ugly. I say it's an improvement until you get some new wheels.
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Old 05-28-2015, 04:05 PM   #8
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i like it. imo i would ditch the spoiler completely. looks alot sexier to me at least


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Old 05-28-2015, 11:26 PM   #9
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White dip on trunk area. White ghetto dip on the pony grill emblem, white ghetto dip on spoiler, black ghetto dip on the wheels.

Have a great day!
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White dip on trunk area. White ghetto dip on the pony grill emblem, white ghetto dip on spoiler, black ghetto dip on the wheels.

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I think the white deck lid looks weird, everything else looks good. I'm never close enough to another car to tell if something is plasti dipped or not. Not my car, don't care. Just wouldn't do it myself, feel like I paid too much money to spray anything on my car. Even if you can peel it off.
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Old 05-29-2015, 09:01 AM   #11
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i like it. imo i would ditch the spoiler completely. looks alot sexier to me at least


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I actually thought about leaving it off but didn't want to mess with having to fill the holes and painting them. I might do it one day...


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White dip on trunk area. White ghetto dip on the pony grill emblem, white ghetto dip on spoiler, black ghetto dip on the wheels.

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That looks really nice. I'm always a huge fan of the blue and white combo.


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I actually thought about leaving it off but didn't want to mess with having to fill the holes and painting them. I might do it one day...


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just use nylon plugs and paint those with duplicolor matching paint


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I think the white deck lid looks weird, everything else looks good. I'm never close enough to another car to tell if something is plasti dipped or not. Not my car, don't care. Just wouldn't do it myself, feel like I paid too much money to spray anything on my car. Even if you can peel it off.
I hear ya bro. I like the contrast the white brings to the deck lid with the cars color scheme. Eventually I will have the deck lid professional painted white. My factory spoiler is coming off and ordered a performance white California Special Spoiler. Its sitting in my garage waiting to be put on.

Plasti dip is great because its easy to apply, and gives someone the opportunity to see if they like that color and look. If not, easy to peel off. 👍

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That looks really nice. I'm always a huge fan of the blue and white combo.


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Thank you sir. The white really pops on that kona blue color. 😆

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just use nylon plugs and paint those with duplicolor matching paint


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Do I just paint the plugs and call it good? Is it very noticeable?
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Do I just paint the plugs and call it good? Is it very noticeable?

u can sand them down as much as u can to make them not noticeable then just paint them. thats what i used to do. u find the plugs at home depot. theres a video on youtube that shows u the exact size of plugs u need for ur car


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I love waygays comment. What an idiot. Plastidip is at least 7 bucks a can. F$cking trolls. I like it. Dip away.

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Plasti dip will rule the car world one day. Next time your in a fender bender just say "some plasti dip will fix that"
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One night after a rowdy Justin Beiber concert, the police got rough with me...they carried plastidip instead of pepper spray.
Now I wear this shirt...says "Hands up, Don't dip"
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One night after a rowdy Justin Beiber concert, the police got rough with me...they carried plastidip instead of pepper spray.
Now I wear this shirt...says "Hands up, Don't dip"
I bet you had to use goof off afterwards
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Love the wheels man, I have mine dipped as well. I prefer to leave the emblems alone on my mustang though, but thats just my 2 cents, who cares, do what you like!
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