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Windows tinted and a wee photoshoot!

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C6 Chassis)' started by sduk, Sep 7, 2013.

  1. sduk
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    sduk Audi Baby!

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    [Sep 7, 2013]
    Well not much to update but in exchange for doing a car photoshoot for a lad, I had my windows tinted on the A6.

    Went for the same level tint as OEM audi tint and I'm really happy with it.

    We are over in NI just now so have spent the week cleaning the car and took some photos the other day :)

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    Once our house is built and I get my double garage I want to get a machine polisher and re-paint the calipers.


    Then when money (and the wife) allows I am wanting front and rear spacers and possibly lowering springs :)

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    [Sep 7, 2013]
    Looks nice! What % tint is that?
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    [Sep 9, 2013]
    Very tasty that!
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    Stunning looking finish on the shine to that black beast. I need to know how to wax a car that well! Great job on the windows as they look perfect!

    Do they wear/scratch if u roll the windows up and down a few times?

    Just to ask a bit of advice do you know how to clean the front window trim as mine leaves a streak/lines after rain/cleaning. I could do with pulling mine out somehow as they seem to have dirt/grease on them.

    Did you use any filters in your photography? Very pro looking.

    All round fantastic looking motor mate!

    Nino
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