Mercedes Benz E350 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs.
At Tint Magic Window Tinting we have installed Paint Protection Film over Mercedes Benz E350 Hood, Fenders, Mirrors and Bumper to protect the car paint from rocks, salt, insects and road debris. Paint Protection Film is made by SunTek and is virtually invisible and does not alter the aesthetics of your vehicle or factory finish.
Tint Magic Window Tinting use computer cut system to pre-cut window film and paint protection film, that means we do NOT use any blades around your windows or your car paint.
Mercedes Benz E350:
What the E-class lacks in sportiness, it makes up for with sure-footed handling, style, and comfort. Engine choices include a 195-hp, 2.1-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder; a 302-hp 3.5-liter V-6; a hybrid setup which pairs the 3.5-liter with an electric motor; and a 329-hp, 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6. Coupe and convertible models get the twin-turbo V-6 and a 402-hp twin-turbo V-8, while the wagon only offers the 3.5-liter V-6. All, however, treat passengers to a quiet and well-appointed cabin. Mercedes-Benz currently builds almost as many models off the basic E-class platform as General Mills has flavors of Cheerios. Whole grains processed into toroid toddler kibble can be had in 15 varieties at last count. Count up the sedan, wagon, cabriolet, and coupe bodies; tally engines with four-, six-, and eight cylinders; and then stir in High Performance AMG Editions and we count 14 E- Class Models for 2015 without even stretching to include the five CLS-badged four-door “coupes” on this chassis.
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.
Chevrolet Camaro Paint Protection Film at Tint Magic Window Tinting.
Nothing turns heads like a muscle car, and the Chevrolet Camaro is no exception—behold its striking coupe or convertible styling, rowdy exhaust note, and rubber-burning attitude. The LS and LT feature a 323-hp 3.6-liter V-6; the SS gets a 426-hp 6.2-liter V-8. A six-speed manual is standard on all; a six-speed auto is optional, but on the SS it gets just 400 hp. The 1LE option for SS coupes has unique gearing, suspension, and tires with the manual only. An all-new Camaro is due in late 2015.
You’re proud of your vehicle. Now, protect it! Chevrolet Camaro Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a durable, high-grade, colorless urethane film that is applied to the high-impact areas of your vehicle — hood, bumper, mirrors and door edges – that take the brunt of damaging road debris. This virtually invisible barrier against flying road debris, abrasion and weathering also resists yellowing in sunlight. At Tint Magic Window Tinting we use only Made in USA products with High Quality, we cut the Paint Protection Film and is installed the same day. Call us for a free quote! (954)840-7883. We are located a t 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076. Tint Magic serving Coral Springs, Parkland, Tamarac,Coconut Creek, Sunrise, Weston and Margate.
Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a durable, high-grade, colorless urethane film that is applied to the high-impact areas of your vehicle— hood, bumper, mirrors and door edges – that take the brunt of damaging road debris. This virtually invisible barrier against flying road debris, abrasion and weathering also resists yellowing in sunlight. If resale value is important to you, this is a great way to help keep your car’s exterior looking like new. PPF is trusted by NASCAR® to keep race cars looking their best. Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs offer you computer cut paint protection film that fits perfect on any car in the market, if you want just to protect your car hood and mirrors or the whole bumper and fenders we have the right solution. Call us! 954-840-7883
About Paint Protection Film:
Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a thermoplastic urethane film applied to painted surfaces of a new or used car in order to protect the paint from stone chips, bug splatters, and minor abrasions. This film is also used on airplanes, RVs, cell phones, electronics, screens, motorcycles and many other areas. Paint Protection Film is OEM approved by virtually all car manufacturers. Paint protection film is frequently installed by manufacturers on various pieces of cars at the factory (e.g. the rear arches of Porsches). The film is generally installed by certified trained professionals who receive supplies from outside distributors and dealers. Some tinting and detail shops also offer this service. As with many other consumer products, paint protection films were first developed and used by the military. During the Vietnam War, helicopter rotor blades and other sensitive parts of military transports were often damaged by flying shrapnel and debris.
The advantage of replaceable film over the replacement and repair of damaged rotor blades was immediately clear and its adoption was uncharacteristically quick for the US military. As a result, there are still people in the industry who refer to PPF as “helicopter tape” although this term is becoming less and less common as automotive applications have taken precedence