He choose our LLumar CTX Nano Ceramic window film — the best for performance, naturally — with the sides and rear in a 5-percent limo shade, and a 50-percent shade on the front windshield. The 5 percent means only that amount of light will be able to penetrate into the car’s insides. It’s called the limo tint because that’s typically what you see on limousines, providing the ultimate in privacy. It also blocks 99.9 percent of the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays (UV rays), which you would assume the client is aware of for its health benefits.
The Nano Ceramic film is great for its protective qualities, and a side benefit is it is less likely to interfere with wireless or radio frequencies like those used for keyless entry or satellite radio. Ceramic window tint films are definitely recommended for fans of newfangled technology in their cars.
The Dodge Challenger R/T is a classic muscle car in every sense of the term. The beginning of this video shows what the car looked like pre-window improvements. Little to no privacy was provided by the tint-less glass. Then compare that with the end of the video, where the car’s exterior looks better with the dark tint shade, making the vehicle even more sporty if you could imagine that. The “R/T” stands for “Road/Track”; the R/T comes with a 383-cubic-inch V8 engine that can easily crack 200 in the horsepower department.
A great angle depicting the darkness of the windshield and side front windows above the car’s doors.
Below, a Window Technician applies heat the the tint film’s edges, ensuring the best adherence and avoiding peeling.
Above, notice how dark the 5-percent limo tint is above the car doors.
Yet Another Happy Customer
The Window Tintz technicians are very experienced and are meticulous in the window tint installations, ensuring the longest-lasting adherence possible. We offer a lifetime wrranty as we are condident in their work as well as the quality of our window tint films. Plus, our technicians have a sense of humor …
In all seriousness, peek at the car behind them. Doesn’t it look sweet?