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Hello everyone!!!

I'm new to the site and I think I can get a little bit of advice from some people here since I'm having trouble making a decision on my own. I am by know means a professional, but for the three cars I've previously owned I've tinted myself. An '84 camaro, an '87 olds cutlass, and a '96 camaro... Recently I bought my first "brand new" car, a black Mazda 3 wagon, and I know this car would look damn good with the windows blacked out. I'm undecided which way I should go though, on my other cars they were all preowned and I didn't really care for a "professional" job, but on a new car, maybe I should just drop the extra cash and get it done by someone with more experience than myself... I feel like I'm stuck in the middle. Any suggestions???? Tonight I was looking over my windows really quick and it seems the only one that might give me a small headache would be the back...

Thanks all... :beer

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