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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    Few pics off mine..









    If done right they shouldn't peel or crack, been nearly two years on my car (prev owner did the work) and credit to him they still look good. IMO worst looking colour is to do silver or red as black trim suits them. The only thing I would leave unpainted is the evo lip spoiler and a diffuser if you have them..
    that looks sweet, ive debated doing mine for years but on my light blue m3,i thought it was to much trying to make an old car look newer.
    dark colours defo.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3 TIM View Post
    that looks sweet, ive debated doing mine for years but on my light blue m3,i thought it was to much trying to make an old car look newer.
    dark colours defo.
    Cheers Tim

    I think on yours the original trim colour looks better, it breaks up the blue and fits in with the kindeys
     
     

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