At Orlando Window Tint Specialists, we’re up for any challenge. If you’ve been turned away or had a less than satisfactory experience having your car’s windows tinted due to its difficulty level, give us a call. We can walk you through your options and let you know what film and what steps need to be taken to make sure your window film installation looks great. Our lead automotive installer, Nestor, has worked on all kinds of vehicles -- from classics to brand new, from domestic to foreign. Over the years he’s become familiar with the ins and outs of each car make’s unique characteristics and how to ensure a proper installation for each one.
This week we’ve had a particularly unusual experience -- two 1983 Porsche 944s. With just shy of 15,000 made for this year worldwide (and about 5,500 released in the United States), it was a rare treat to get two in the same week. Notorious in the window tint industry for being one of the top three most difficult back windows to tint, our lead installer Nestor was up for the challenge. Take a look at Nestor’s journey in pictures from start to finish.
The contours of the 944’s back window takes extra time and care to shrink properly, demanding an eye attentive to detail with expert knowledge of how to make the film curve properly to fit.
But with the right amount of skill and determination, these two Porsche 944s came out looking beautiful. We really recommend 3M’s Color Stable film for the back and side windows to get a seamless look on the curves. A 3M Crystalline 70 windscreen is the perfect way to finish off the car and protect the interior from damaging UV rays and heat.