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There will be all kinds if issues with all kinds of certain cars, that are going to make you want to pull your hair out. Some things will aggravate you more than others and the more of these things you do, the more you will start trying different ways for them NOT to aggravate you.

Things like the 2 front doors on a Lexus I.S. A corvette backglass. Volkswagens and Audis. And anything with felt.

Anything high end. The list goes on.

As far as turning stuff away. The Porsche 944 backglass is about the only one I have yet to conquer. Also I have yet to try a 91 Vette backglass with the shocks in the glass. Heads up. I hear the trick is to use a 60" piece and turn it sideways :dunno

Speaking of shocks in the glass. Certain SUV back glasses will drive you crazy also, so watch for those. I'm sure more people will chime in with vehicles they don't like.

Tinting is a huge learning curve that will depend on the skill set of the person. Don't get frustrated. Always try to quality work. It will take awHile to master hour skill set. Good luck to you :beer

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Also it depends on the day you're having. The easiest of cars can be aggravating on the worst of days. If you're having trouble with one, step away for a bit and come back to it. Eventually it'll get to where the film to glass is greater than the film to trash ratio.

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VW,Audi? I don't really like them either,,but the newer ones a little better

Porsche 944 is no fun,,luckily not many around,,but dooable

The hatchback vette? 1984-90s I never did in one piece,,3 pieces/2 seams,outside defrosters and vertical laying of the film for the defrosters,,I overlapped and cut inside on the defroster after wet shrinking and looked like one piece

the hatchback posts? Just mark the spot and cut a little bigger hole and slit,,its near the edge

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  I have yet to try a 91 Vette backglass with the shocks in the glass. Heads up. I hear the trick is to use a 60" piece and turn it sideways :dunno

 

The C4 vette is easy one piece. Remove all hardware from glass and just wet shrink it

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