Changed the oil in the wife’s Charger and my DD.
What's work???Installed some EXPEL Prime CS tint on my daily. The car and interior is still very mint (only 38k miles) that this was something I've had in mind since I got it last Fall. The shade I went with was 35% and, while it looks much darker than the OEM tinted glass, you can still see inside during the day and see out with no problems on a dark night when turning. It also blocks 98% of UV rays which most definitley prevents fading, eye strain and, most importanty, cateracts since I'm older. I prefer a lighter tint anyway because, to me, it just looks classier - especially on my 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis. BTW, I sold my old Brown Metallic 2001 Grand Marq about 6 weeks ago. Love these newer versions - very comfortable old school ride, yet they've got rack and pinion steering and a revised suspension which improves handling drastically.
This 35% Xpel Prime CS film's shade is a just a little bit lighter than the 35% 3M Color Stable series tint on my wifes Jeep and my Challenger. This film would be great for us older guys (and gal's) whose eye's aren't what they used to be when it comes to bright sunny days and dark roadways at night. I'm liking it very much! I also brought a custom made front window shade that slips perfectly into my front window to protect the dash area of the car. The car is a lot cooler inside when getting in it after work now.
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Awesome ride you have there!Converted the front brakes on my 69 Dodge Dart GT from the factory drums to disc brakes. Also upgraded to tubular upper control arms. Took several weeks (so not really just today). But just got it finished and a final alignment on it.
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