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Now, we at Rvinyl are a company devoted to manufacturing and selling custom aftermarket tint and auto accessories so you would think that we’d be fans of any modified ride. And, while this is usually the case, the TT here is a bit much even for our tastes. Still, the amount of dedication and the almost obsessive attention to detail this enthusiast demonstrated in customizing his ride is awe-inspiring.

So, what do you guys think? Is this a mod too far or just right?

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