UPDATE !!! Another "Rattle Can" painting project ..... 

I've been seeing some Gen 5 cars with blacked out tail light bezels and thinkin' how good it looks and so I started doing some lookin' around. I found that you could buy a set already done for around $60.00 or you could take your own bezels and do it yourself for the cost of a can of spray paint and a little of your time. So being the "cheapskate" that I am, yep, you guessed it, I did it myself ..... lol. Honestly though, the hardest thing about it was getting the bezels out without breakin' the tabs that hold them in. I went to the ever faithful YouTube to find out how the little buggers come out and after that it was a breeze. It's crazy how such a small change can make such a BIG difference. I took the car to the shop before I took any pictures so I'll be adding them when I get her back. Here's a before for now ...... UPDATE !! here's the after pictures on the tail light bezels !! lol

Total Cost: $7

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Fender done

Fender done

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Bumper mounts

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