Before starting, red part and reverse part masked:
The Candy Apple red used to tint:
After 3 coats of red, I put one last HEAVY coat of red on after this:
After 1 LIGHT coat of niteshadez:
After 4 coats of clear:
A bit brighter picture:
All in all, it's nice, it evens out the taillight so that it's all red, plus they were faded before and now they're shiny.
Also, I kept the niteshadez light so that the tails would be brighter/easier to see. Draws less cop attention too.
What I think might look really good is to tint the tails as heavy as my wagon's tails were, and then paint the plastic "bar" that goes on the trunklid horizontally between the tails black, so it would look like the tails and the bar are one long black piece.... not sure how that would look on the car though.
Anyhow for about $30 in paint, I think it made a huge improvement to the look of the car