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#1 (permalink) Old 04-07-2009, 12:50 PM
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MY gorgeous 1994 325is

here is my 1994 bmw 325is. Tell me what you think. WOULD TINT LOOK GOOD? having troubles deciding. What should i do next?




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It looks awesome! I have driven cars with tinted windows. It's nice in the day, but amazingly hard to see out at night.

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Looks great as-is! Say 'NO' to tint on that beast!

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hmm I used to have limo tint in the back and dark in the front passenger windows, it was nice in the summer beacuse it gets pretty hot; @ night it's hard to see anything especially when changing lanes lol. either way your car would look bomb!
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could anyone see reflexive tint aka (Mirror tint) on my car. trying to get opinions.
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could anyone see reflexive tint aka (Mirror tint) on my car. trying to get opinions.
that would look ugly imo...
and besides is against the law.
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I would do 50% tint if you are undecided, a good in between tint. It would look really good!
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no tint. that car is sechs as is. don't even bother with tint rlchamp. i wouldn't change a thing.

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Tint it do like between 70% and 30%(member 5% is like a limo) Plus it save your interior and the A/C can work better

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looks nice as hell dude i have an arctic grey 325i and really like those wheels. what are they? and also im thinkin that i mid tint maybe (50%) would look real nice. im also in the process of repainting the rub strips on the doors and bumpers to a nicer fresher black did some testing with a small piece of mold and i think its reallly gonna improve the look ALSO another thing im thinkin about is instead of color matching the side skirts, im also going to paint them black as well

lemme know what you think?
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