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Old 10-07-2011, 12:51 AM   #150
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Hating over some plastidip. The whole idea about modding cars is to express your personality in however manner you see fit. If a cheap, effective mod gives you the gain you want for your car, then why not. I respect the venturing out, and has been stated, plastidip isn't permanent. Try something out, if it doesn't work, you can peel it off easier than vinyl. I have a panel wrap ob my car that didn't even cost 30 bucks, but the experience from trying my hand at it and the accomplishment (it's not perfect, but I saved 700 dollars trying my own hand at it. "some of the greatest successes were from the grandest failures"
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