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Got a deko kit bargain

Post by PhillV8S » Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:19 pm

I decided I wanted to stripe up the front spoiler of my B6 and whilst hunting found an error on a suppliers website that got me the complete genuine Alpina car set for the princely sum of about £75!
I will start with just the spoiler sections first and wondered if there are any tips on good application of these stripes?
I have a left and right hand strip but wondered if they butt up or overlap each other and also how far around the end of the front spoiler the stripes need (should) go?
I will probably run the car for the next year with just the front spoiler stripes and do the full monty after that as a nice change further down the line.
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Post by Charles » Fri Nov 03, 2017 12:28 am

Get in touch with SPA69 (Simon) who has a lot of experience fitting stripes and should be able to offer you some guidance
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Post by CarlP » Sat Nov 04, 2017 3:53 pm

Do they have any more sets? I would be interested in one for my B10?

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