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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-01-2014 Thread Starter
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Playing with Plasti Dip

Since the car was still on the jack stands from doing the full PI swap I figured it was a good time to see how some blacked out rims would look and thought I'd share.

Did the rims and the front emblem. Looking into a way to make the back ford oval red and black...... pretty much eliminating any chrome on the car.

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Very nice! Plan on playing with the "dip" this spring.

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plasti-dipped my cobra r wheels last year. plan on doing whole car and convertible top this spring in camo green and black trim.

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Plasti Dip is amazing.
I did my taillights, little panel on rear bumper, and the panel surrounding the license plate.
and my stock wheels. haha

I worked with someone who did his entire GTO.
Can't say it was 100% terrible.

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I did some plasti dip work on my car last spring. It was very easy to work with.

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I did some plasti dip work on my car last spring. It was very easy to work with.

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It never crossed my mind to do interior pieces with plsti dip...i like the look of that! Something to keep in mind when I do my interior eventually...

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It never crossed my mind to do interior pieces with plsti dip...i like the look of that! Something to keep in mind when I do my interior eventually...
It does require a little up keep depending on how much it gets handled.

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