Date registered: Jan 2007
Vehicle: 1962 W111 220SE Coupe
Location: Cloud City, OR
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Some yellow but mostly evident on white cars, any darker car will look good longer. Some go farther up the hood and that line, or any line of the film, can be seen on a dark car if you get wax along it, so use a silicone or clear wax so you don't get this issue. You could also have them only film the nose piece and not go up the hood since you can always slightly see the film on cars, but you risk chips to the hood in such a case. Personally I'd skip going up onto the hood since I'd rather see a random rock chip than always seeing the film (or you can always remove this piece later if it bothers you).
Reminds me when car bras were popular in the 80's, did people really think their 911 looked better with a saggy black diaper on it's nose than a half dozen chips you can't see unless you're up close?
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