well im 17 and i want to get the darkest legal tint for my EBII, i dont wanna go into the cost and the time im getin it and all that...
i need strong points to convince my parents to let me get it, because they are saying stuff like "it restricts your vision at night"
i was thinking...
1) reduces the glare of the sun
2) i wont get burnt!
3) car wont get hot in summer
any suggestions would be great thanks
1992 Ford EBII GLi Sedan Automatic Everglade green
- Black Ford seat covers || black floor mats || Darkest Legal Tint || Alpine deck, Focal Components, Alpine Splits, Audison Amp || Alarm
* clear front & side blinkers
If a window is broken, the tint holds the glass in place instead of showering the occupants of the car with glass.
Happened to me one night, when some kids were throwing stones at passing cars. Lucky for me, the driver's side window was hit, and instead of showering me in glass, the tint held the glass together. Lucky for the kids, they got away. This time.
'67 Mustang V8 4sp... what fun to drive!
2: keeps lots of uv out especially the darkest legal, i have darkest legal on my car and i would have to say it was well worth the $340 i paid. But no doubt prices have gone down so it would be cheaper.
3: No body can really see into the car, day or night, unless they look through the windscreen.
4: it makes the car look sleek.
5: i must admit it is a bit darker at night especially when i am driving under a shopping centre carpark, but meh down goes the window up go the tunes.
But yeah man its called the darkest legal, because one reason it is legal so if thats all your parents are worried about tell them there is nothing to worry about.
'Dec 03 BA Falcon XT - Tint | Cruise | 17" Alloy Wheels | BA SR Kit | | SSS Auto | Front Power Windows | Scuff Plate Inserts | 2.5" Mild Steel System | Pacemaker Headers | ////Alpine 600 Watt 12" Sub | Lanzar 1000 Watt 4 Channel Amplifier |
Possible Future Mods
- Cornering Lamps
- Colour coding Sidemoulds, Mirrors and Front Grille
Yeah, we had darkest legal on the old ED falcon and yeah... at first it is a little weird seeing out the back at night - but your eyes adjust and get used to it. Plus it saves your eyes from d**heads with highbeams on your rear
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