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Well picked up 2011 5.0 6mt black on black premium with comfort package 40k miles new tires 22.5 otd 10 hr drive round trip

Questions is tint hard to remove ? The rear widow is pitch black and can't see a damn thing really bad especially when new to manual.

Funny story soon as I hit on ramp was out in middle of no where on highway alone I hit gas to hard on accident is the truth and whole car went sideways . Scary as crap but I learned my lesson just need to be careful hell it's my first v8. But all I can say is wow like damn I dnt miss my v6 lol
 

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When my dad had his 88 GT he got a ticket for tint and decided to take it off (Lives in Cali, so there is almost no legal tint here). He said it was such a pain in the ass. This was of course before i was born because he rolled it when i was like 2 or 3 so taking off tint procedures may have changed by now lol.
 

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So windex razor blade and go slow as hell
Congrats on the car, it looks stock and unmolested. So that's a good start :) as far as removing the tint, since your new at it DO NOT attempt to remove on your own. If u haven't noticed yet its a PITA just to clean the rear window I would hate to imagine removing the tint, u will definitely ruin the defrost and have to change the window if doing on your own. In cold weather it's even riskier, tint installers know what their doing... They might charge u more but it's worth it, do u plan on doing a lighter tint?? I personally have 35% all around, I don't like super dark tint, light tjnt make the car look cleaner IMHO
 
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