Im a little bits out of touch with what things are worth nowadays. Due to our baby, Ive needed to strip any goodies of my B6 to raise some funds. I don't want to sell them for nothing but don't want to overprice them either, so would be really grateful for an idea for what the following...
Last week, my A4 told me the right rear light bulb needed replacing. Had a check and it appeared the inner bulb for the red rear lights was out (there is a single filament on the inside and dual filament that doubles as a brake on the outside). Got round to buying a bulb this...
Plastidip suggest a can per wheel, mate. I agree, there is nothing wrong with normal paint, but if you have good condition wheels, you may not want to use something as permanent as aerosol as this can be completely removed later on if needs be.
Hi mate. Just gave the panel a quick wash before spraying. It is completely reversible. The plastidip is basically a liquid rubber. You can pick at it with your fingernail and pull it off like a sheet of plastic. So so weird!! I tried it on my toolbox first and it comes off with no damage...
Had a spare hour this afternoon so got a chance to try out a new product I've been wanting to get my hands on for a few months now... Plastidip!!
Still unsure of the longevity, so sprayed my chrome Audi badge and chrome grill surround. No befores but here is the after.
Added a set of replica S4 door blades and an eBay S-Line style lip spoiler;
Then decided the front splitter wasnt quite what i was after, so yesterday I swapped it over for a genuine s-Line one i picked up;
Next up is a set of alloys (I sold the 19"s as the ride quality was quite...
Despite a mechanical/electrical that reared it's ugly head yesterday, I decided to add my S-Line front lip (it was late in the day and no motor factors were open to try to get a new speed sensor).
No during pics, but here are some after a quick wash this morning. Excuse the glare in the headlights!
Before today, car has always behaved faultless. However, after sitting in 32 degree temps and traffic for 30ish minutes, a ECP light came on and the car stalled. Wouldn't restart then 5 minutes later, fired up first go. The rest of my hour long journey was a repeat of this; few minutes driving...
the originals are attached by sliding along a series of rivet shapes and then secured both ends with a bolt. the replicas are secured with just the bolts and have holes to accomodate the rivets.
Its all about the wings!! :-)