I have 5% all around on my truck, 5% on the front two, 2% on the back three of my F-150, 35% on the front two on my white bird, 5% on the back three, state law is 35% on the front and as dark as you want on the back three or more as long as you have a drivers and passenger side rear view mirror. If you drive a vehicle without a production passenger side mirror (like an old Honda) you must be no darker then 35% all around, also states that all vehicles must have a minimum of two rear view mirrors.
Honestly though I only have trouble in Utah, they pull over anyone they can't see due to their 43% front window law. They are also nice enough to issue you a ticket for tint regardless of what state you're from, and if you try to tell them it's legal in your state they pull out a light meter and check your state laws, if it's above your state law they are nice enough to issue you two tickets.
Nevada doesn't really care. They mentioned at the beginning of this year and last year that they were going to have highway patrol start pulling people over for illegal tint, it was even on the news, but the reason was because if they can't see that you are or are not wearing a seat belt they have the right to pull you over due to the Click it or Ticket law, and if they suspected tint was the reason they had the right to site you for it, since they always have.
Like the wheels. Really makes the car stand out. Reminds me of 10th Anniversary Mustang Cobra wheels. What is the wheel brand, model and size? Looking at a set of Verde wheels for my Cougar but might have to reconsider after seeing yours.
Ok, I'm gonna rip this idea off from another forum since I think it's such a good idea. (And I like to take pictures. :D )
If you guys want to post pictures of your firearms please do so in this thread.
Since there's already a thread dedicated to firearms lets save this thread...
Well, today I took a trip down to the shop where the T-bird is getting some work done and snapped some "posterity" pics. Here's a list of the work I'm having done:
1) Repair the passenger side rocker (rust and damage)
2) Repair the driver side rocker (rust)
3) Replace the passenger door...
So, I have the next chapter in my silly saga now sitting in my garage. It is amazing how easy stuff becomes once you do it often enough. I had to go pick it up today and it didn't have any wheels, knuckles/spindles or suspension. We added enough to get it up on the trailer to get it home and...
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