• Foliatec spray-on vinyl
  • Foliatec spray-on vinyl

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Because new wheels ain't cheap, and spray paint isn't permanent enough, Foliatec offers vinyl color in a can.

For only about $65 (plus shipping from Germany) a can, any kustom kar owner can get all fast-and-furious on their wheels, mirrors, bumpers, vinyl tops, dashboards, ex-girlfriends, etc. – pretty much anything metallic or plastic.

Foliatec says the "rubber-like coat" is fairly durable and protects whatever it covers. And when you tire of looking like a Vin-Diesel-wannabe, the street-racer "green silky matt" easily peels off to instantly return $500 to the resale value of your pocket rocket. Or choose one of the other two spray vinyl colors available: anthracite metallic and black matt. Either should last you well into your mid-20s.

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