Some time back,I did mine like that also.Took 30 minutes,some painter's tape,RyanD said:
That's interesting, and depending on the paint you use I'm guessing it's reversable with a little alcohol.Lik2race said:Some time back,I did mine like that also.Took 30 minutes,some painter's tape,
a small can of Flat Black ( or Gloss black,your choice).
And a medium artist brush.
Nothing to it.
I know where you’re coming from, but I end up washing my silver C almost daily because the bugs are so bad in south Florida. So what the hell- the new SRT8 is going black. That will give me two black vehicles to wash!jcsganga34 said:For the same reason I did, I don't want to have to wash the car on a daily basis.
thedon01 said:I did mine like that and sold it I can make you one from a stock grill it would cost you 175$ I will include the grill if you want
Yep, I've got to agree with you there 'yarbie'. Rarely do I even see a '300 series' model with the stock OEM grill in place, so that's why I had mine switched back to the OEM-style grill...I actually prefer the appearance (and now also the uniqueness) of it much better after all. Recently, the owners of two separate PXR 'SRT-8' models actually had my Chrysler dealer replace their 'SRT-8' OEM grill with an E&G mesh grill...it certainly looks 'out-of-place' on that particular model.yarbie said:that grill looks better and cleaner than anything i've ever seen.
No more mesh , EVERYONE HAS EM.