Awesome customer service

by | Virginia Beach VA |
My film came damaged. Rvinyl was very understanding and shipped out a replacement the next day free of charge! They back there products.

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Great for Hot Rods!

by | Wichita, KS |
Purchased this to redo the instrument panel on my 1928 Ford All-Steel Coupe and it looks awesome. It looks just like real metal, but costs way less. Peel and stick installation.
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Rvinyl Engined Turned Film

by | Missouri |
First, I rated the installation as a 4 only because I'm not finished but I'm confident it will work. I received the vinyl very quickly and it was well packaged and arrived perfect. As to value, there is now way I could afford to duplicate the engine turned stainless steel parts it will go on. I'm currently getting ready to install it on a dash panel surrounding my 42 Studebaker gauges and on the glove box door. The pattern is very close to the original engine turned parts that were destroyed by rust. I'm confident the gauge panel will come out perfect. The glove compartment has a raised clock in the center so it has complicated curves that I'm hoping the film will work on. I tried another product but it failed on both parts because it was strictly an adhesive back and so if it wasn't perfect on the first try you were done. The Rvinyl can stretch and be repositioned and therefore it should work. Crossing my fingers!
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Tried to look like 1956 Buick side chrome

by | NAPLES, FL |
178090 Needed some chrome on side of motorcycle. Tried to look like 1956 Buick side chrome. Make: Homemade Model: Year:
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