Tinting for Two or Five Car Windows or Hood-and-Tips Clear Bra Treatment at Drive-In Autosound in Aurora (Up to 51% Off)

South Aurora

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$120 51% $61
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In a Nutshell

MECP-certified techs protect car interiors from heat with Solar Gard films & painted hoods from debris & weather damage with Clear Bra films

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 18th, 2012. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Additional $20 fee for SUV full vehicle window tint. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Window tinting gives cars a mysterious air and increases their chances of getting cast as the lead in a film noir. Make your car a star with today's Groupon to Drive-In Autosound in Aurora. Choose from the following options:

  • For $59, you get tinting for two front windows (a $119 value).
  • For $119, you get a 12-inch Clear Bra treatment for hood and tips (a $239.99 value).
  • For $139, you get full-vehicle tinting for up to five windows (a $279.99 value).

Drive-In Autosound’s team of MECP-certified installers shades windows with Solar Gard Galaxie tint films and fixes hoods with Clear Bra protection. The stylish tint films, which reject up to 47% of heat, fit snugly onto car windows, truncating temperatures, blocking UV rays, and bumping cars to the front of the line at nightclub parking garages. The factory-trained technicians promote cool cockpits by deftly laying the scratch-resistant films on the front two windows, or snugly fitting the films on all side windows and the rear window. During the Clear Bra installation, techs shield 12 inches of the front end in the undetectable film, which keeps the factory finish safe from being damaged by gravel, debris, or escaped dashboard bobbleheads. Customers can confidently drive away knowing the service is backed by a lifetime warranty for as long as they own the vehicle.

Drive-In Autosound

Since its founding by owner Bill Clark in 1962, Drive-In Autosound has expanded from an OEM radio-repair center to an automotive-enhancement hub with five locations. The audio department still doles out sonic toys such as stereos and speakers, as well as high-tech modifications including auxiliary ports, MP3-compatible sound systems, and plug-in a capella singers. The MECP-certified installers also equip cars with remote starters and GPS systems from more than 50 brands—including Kenwood and Pioneer—and factory-trained technicians augment rides with window tints and stylish wheels.

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For those who strive to keep their car looking good and running well