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Chrome delete in austin

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by foolzrulz, Jul 30, 2018.

  1. foolzrulz

    foolzrulz Member

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    Any austinites here did the chrome delete for their M3 yet? Need info.
     
  2. grisnjam

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    Austin Detailing has a $899 package I am looking at when mine arrives.
     
  3. foolzrulz

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    Yeah i figured that one out, but it seems a bit pricey when ppl in other states are getting it done for low 700's. May be there is no competition yet for Austin.
     
  4. quasimoto

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    I heard Wrap Dynamics does chrome deletes for the Model 3. I haven't called them yet but if you do, let us know the quote!
     
  5. foolzrulz

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    Thanks I am on it.
     
  6. Randizy

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    I just had mine done with red badges at Austin Detailing along with front end xpel paint protection and tint . I am very happy with their work and would recommend to any Austin Tesla owners, they are right down the street from Tesla Center!

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  7. FielderJones

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    Old guy here, who's been driving dad cars for the past 20 years. Got a M3 SR+ in April and loving it.

    Somehow, I missed the whole chrome delete style movement. When did this become a thing? I tried to google chrome delete but all I get back is how to remove the Chrome browser from your device.
     
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  8. bsk997

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    Lol. People are just trying to get rid of all the chrome ascents on their cars. It makes it "sportier" and not old fashion/old car like. :)
    Also makes it faster and more efficient too!
     
  9. MyTruSkillz

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  10. FielderJones

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    I guess it's a generational thing. Chrome was sporty in my youth (50s-60s-70s), and looks right to me. Now I guess it's old-fashioned, just like me.

    You still didn't tell me when it started. 2010s? I never even noticed it until I joined this forum.
     

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