2003 Mazda Miata MX-5 Blackout Headlight Tints

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2003 Mazda Miata MX-5 Blackout Headlight Tints

The 2003 Mazda Miata MX-5: An Instant Classic

There are few cars with a much cache as the Mazda Miata so you can be pretty much certain that every time a new edition is released considerable waves will be made. The 2001 - 2003 Mazda MX-5 was definitely no exception to this rule which is why we still see tuners, modders and die-hard enthusiasts upgrading and tweaking them more than a decade later. Today's post gives you a look at what is sure to be one of many mods on this mint 2003 Miata MX-5: blackout headlight covers.

2003 MX-5 Headlight Covers

A Tint for Every Appetite

The tint shown in the installation pics is, as we noted previously, the blackout film which is extremely dark and not recommended for use on public roads. In this case, it's clear tat the MX-5 is a show car so we're fairly certain that it's not being used as a daily driver but, then again, you never know. Whether you want to mod your commuter car or simply have something else in mind for your project whip, Rvinyl carries more than a half dozen colors and shades of Rtint headlight film. So, whether you have an Incredible Hulk themed truck that you need green tint for, a girlie, girlie pink Cadillac that screams for pink tint or you want to murder out your Navigator's headlights with matte smoke, we've got all that and a bag of chips.

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Precut headlight tint covers not your thing? We've got rolls of wraps for you too!

If you're not into the precut headlight cover thing or you want to wrap more than the headlights you should know that we offer wraps starting from as little as 24" in length up to 10 yard rolls. So, whether you're a professional looking to try out Rtint films or a DIYer with a small project you can count on us for speedy service, low prices and (if you send in photos) great rebates!

2003 Miata Blackout Headlight Covers

Thank You!

Thank you all for reading and please keep the photo and video submissions coming!

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1 comment(s)
Wrapper October 26, 2015 1:54 PM reply
Nice! How long did it take to do that job?

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