The bass clef was made for me by Graphics Unlimited. I had two of them made for $5. each, so I total of $10.00
I taped off the areas (like the reverse lights) with four pieces of thin panters tape. I placed the pre-cut outs of the bass clefs, and plaved them just so. I used VHT nightshade, and it worked like a charm.
Now, bare in mind, it\'s was 8:15 at night with no lighting as all, lust the flash frm mt camera. It\'s about 35 degrees outside, so I tool these pictures quickly.
I promise to post better pictures in the daylight.
What do you mean the pic didn't work? I mean yea I'd like to see some pictures in th day time. I have to say that form what I see I love how it looks on black paint, but think it would only look good on black paint. Many people have complained about the chrome, I personally love it, but then again I have a white car and chrome looks good against white. Bass I think you did good from what I can see, custom and nice touch with the clef(I'm not a musician but assume that's a kind of note).
I would suggest to put clear-enamel coats over the taillight. It helps to return "shine" to the light that the Niteshades takes away, protects your work from stone chips, and evens-out the Niteshades for a cleaner look. Done it many times before.
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