Porsche Cayman S PPF at Tint Magic Window Tint

Porsche Cayman Paint Protection Film at Tint Magic Window Tint

The two-seat Porsche Cayman sports car shares its midengine platform with the Boxster, but its stiffer structure makes it an even more precise driving tool. Offering ultra-responsive handling, competition-grade brakes and sonorous flat-6 engines that make every road your own personal racetrack, the Cayman is a delightful car to drive. Now that the 911 has moved up in size and luxury, the Cayman perhaps best exemplifies the Porsche tradition of high performance in a compact, lightweight package.

The Porsche Cayman can also be surprisingly affordable, at least by Porsche standards. The base Cayman undercuts the entry-level 911 Carrera by tens of thousands when new, and the higher-performance models are still relative bargains if you go easy on the options. Pre-owned specimens, meanwhile, can be real steals thanks to the magic of depreciation, yet they provide thoroughly up-to-date performance. Whether you opt for the current Cayman or its nicely aging predecessor, you’ll be getting one of the very best pure sports cars for the money.

Tint Magic Window Tinting has applied on Porsche Cayman Paint Protection Film on hood, fenders, mirrors and whole bumper for the best protection from damage caused by rocks, salt, gravel, insects and other road debris. Paint Protection Film is virtually invisible and do not change the appearance of your vehicle. Call us for a free estimate! (954) 840-7883, we are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs. Tint Magic offer service in Coral Springs, Tamarac, Parkland, Coconut Creek, Margate, Sunrise and Weston.

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Mercedes Benz PPF at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Clear Bra Mercedes Benz E350 at Tint Magic

Tint Magic use computer cut to pre-cut Clear Bra, we are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs, Fl 33076. Call us for a free estimate! (954)840-7883.

Basically speaking, an automotive clear bra is basically a plastic wrap for potentially damageable regions of your car – lower fascia, side mirrors, rocker panels, and basically any surface facing directly toward the front/bottom of the car. The main use for a clear bra is, of course, to protect these areas from road debris that might kick up on the road and would otherwise leave a nice scratch or chip in your paintwork. Now you don’t often see these treatments on “average” cars because it generally costs somewhere between $900-$2500 depending on how many panels you want done and your car… remember, these things are typically custom cut (or made from a schematic of the vehicle) and hand applied. That said, I don’t mean to say you can’t get one on just about any car you want. Just do a quick search and you should be able to find what you’re looking for in no time. But what’s the clear bra all about? What are the positives ? Lets take a look…

In general, the idea behind a clear bra is great. It protects your paint for a long time and it’s hardly noticeable (for now). The major benefit here is that whether you’re driving a Carrera 4s or a Camry Limited, you can be confident in knowing you aren’t going to have to deal with an array of rock chips on your bumper when you get home from work. And if you live in the city, it gets even better. Annoying dings and scrapes from the jerks in your neighborhood trying to park all up in your grille? This clear polymer shield will make sure nobody scuffs your paint.

  • Longterm paint protection for troublesome areas
  • Prevents need to repaint bumper/fascia in a few years
  • Adds value in longrun, if properly maintained