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Old 02-13-2017, 05:24 PM
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A different twist on taillights

Recently bought a 2013 Panamera S. This is my fourth Porsche, and I'm liking it a lot. Appreciate all the good info here and sharing of ideas. After spending a couple of months with the car, I felt the taillights looked too large and added to the "bigness" of the rear. I knew from previous posts that tinting the taillights improved the look quite a bit, so I thought I would try a variation of the tint, cutting down the size while preserving the brake lights. The turn signals still show up nicely. Anyway, I thought I'd share the idea with the group. It may have been done before, for all I know, but I like it.
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I like that. Looks good IMO
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Interesting look...I think it would look more complete if the lower section was partially tinted. Can you post pictures of them lit up?
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This is too funny... I have been contemplating doing this exact thing on my 2013! (agree w/ OEkun1 as well, I would partially tint bottom half just a bit...) Looks good thought, so happy I found a pic of someone that did this!!!

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Looks Great
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Interesting look...I think it would look more complete if the lower section was partially tinted. Can you post pictures of them lit up?
Here's the photo with the light on.
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Here's the photo with the light on.
Thanks! That doesn't look bad at all.
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