With the same treatment?Definitely going to do the lower trim panels.
Me too. Just a bit of fine crome throughout. The silver on my grille had to go though. I'll be showing mine at the local electric drive week get-together on the 21st so people will know that not all Volts have to look alike and mods can be done on a budget.I kinda like the chrome bits though.
I have no idea why Gm decided to use the charcoal gray on the lower panels. It looks ok with gray, red, and blue, but black, white, and silver are screaming for body colored panels there. Yes my volt is completely black with the chrome, grille, wheels, emblems, and gray panels dipped in black, and dark tinted windows.Alchemy, I'm guessing your " Vader" and MisterDave are speaking from experience
Definitely going to do the lower trim panels. I kinda pike the chrome bits though.
You do realize that you need to update your avatar now, hmmm? Go for the grille next.No doubt, especially since I'm only in for $35 and a sunny afternoon in the driveway.
The products are Plastidip rubber dip spray cans that can be found at dipyourcar.com. You can also find most of it at your local hardware store near the spray paint, but they will only have black, gray, white, pearl, glossifier, and some neon colors. The blue metalizer is probably exclusive to dipyourcar.com.Can you be more specific about the products used?
On one of my ice vehicles, I'm planning to dip the wheels in metallic silver to clover the blemishes. I'd do them in black, but I think my wife will protest that this 50 year old man would look like a mid 20 year old.Looks great. Trying to decide if I want to dip the wheels on my silver car. Definitely going to dip the badges and emblems.