Which tinting goes well with a vintage car?
Hi! We are GLASSTINT.
Today in our store, we received a very special car.
It can be said that it's the newest old car.
A 91' Figaro!
Isn´t it cute?
This creamy car came from a long distance
to have its windows tinted at GLASSTINT.
Let's take a look at how we did the installation for this splendid car. :)
cream colored body,
and, of course, white wheels.
These make a perfect combination!
It will become better after the tinting. ;)
GLASSTINT experts protected
this small and cute car,
so that it does not get hurt. :D
We, also, carefully attached the masking tape
to the rim of the window.
When tinting a car,
the masking process is as important
as the actual installation of the film.
Only throughout thorough masking, suppressing the inflow of dust,
and the formation of air bubbles, we can lead to perfect results.
The installation details according to our
customer's choice are the following:
Windshield: Optic 75%
Rear and side glasses: N-cool 25% Bronze
First, we start the installation for the windshield.
The name of the film in the windshield is 'Optic',
and its density is 75%.
Optic, is GLASSTINT's premium film
along with Shure.
It's an excellent tinting film that
provides both good visibility and thermal
resistance up to 81%.
The owner selected the brightest density 75%,
for the projection of the classic interior.
GLASSTINT always looks for the perfect
match for the customer's necessities,
by doing a visibility test.
As the bronze colored films
were added to the car,
they upgraded the classic look
of the cream colored Figaro.
The main goal was blocking heat (thermal resistance),
but see how, beyond that, the exterior looks better than before.
Even though the side windows were tinted
with a dark 25% density, the visibility is undeniably good.
The rear glass was tinted with
the same Optic 25% as the side glasses.
After the installation,
the Figaro looks much more beautiful
as we look closely. :)