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I remember seeing this image many yrs ago.
The creator- has other pics- of other makes and models that have been photo shopped.


here is the original image.
So you wont be able to find those taillights. Photo shop magic.


notice the reflection of the rims on the ground--- the reflection- stock rims.




 

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I remember seeing this image many yrs ago.
The creator- has other pics- of other makes and models that have been photo shopped.

here is the original image.
So you wont be able to find those taillights. Photo shop magic.


notice the reflection of the rims on the ground--- the reflection- stock rims.




I didn't notice the floor reflection. Thanx for the help. It sure would be nice if those taillights were available. I also thought something was odd because of the 5 lug wheels and no license plate space on rear bumper.
 

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if you are handy with a spray can and some sand paper, you can do that with spray tint. I did it years ago with one of my cars using vht night shade, sand paper and clear coat spray.
I'm not crafty with that sort of work. I was thinking about applying the tint to it to give it that smoky look.
 

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When using spray tint, is it a one time application or you'll have to apply over time?
I applied mine one time. if I remember, 5 coats with wet sanding in between, and 2 coats of clear coat. lasted me the last 3 years I owned the vehicle, never touched it again.
 
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