Debadge question.

To debadge or not to debadge that is the question.

  • Debadge it all, Camaro, SS, RS, and both bowties

    Votes: 1 10.0%
  • Debadge everything but the bowties

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Debadge everthing but the bowties and black them out

    Votes: 7 70.0%
  • Just black out the bowties

    Votes: 1 10.0%
  • Leave it as is.

    Votes: 1 10.0%

  • Total voters
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BlueCollarPilot

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Debadge and black the bowties

And I'm liking your thought process on everything else
 
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I would debadge it, then not only black out the bowties but I would also plasti-dip the tail light bezels and the wheels all black.
 

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What is it with this Plasti-Dip fad?
 

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Plasti-Dip seems to be the new at home powder coat thing but less expensive and easier. Keeping the wheels the way they are. Now if it came with the painted ones then I would consider blacking them out.
 

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I used Plasti-Dip on my emblems and trim and it is holding up fine. Plus it looks like OEM textured plastic.
 

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OEM black textured plastic-looking wheels? On a Camaro? :crazy:
 

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I didn't say do it on the wheels.

No, but ScottyBoy did above.

Yep. Powder coating is expensive, Plasti-dip is cheap. I have seen a few Camaros with black OEM wheels and it looks awesome on a black car. That's why I suggested it. :dunno:
And the good thing about plasti-dip is if you don't like it, you can just peel it off.
And someone on GMT posted about blacking out his tail light bezels (on a black camaro) and it looked damn good compared to the chrome.
Its only a suggestion. If you prefer to only black out the bowties then go that route, by all means.
 

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