Eni Meeny Miny Mo – Window Tinting on the Go

Posted by OurVolvo.com on Jun 1, 2012 in 1999 Volvo V70

With always being on the Go, and having my backside stuffed with luggage it has been awkward when people can see in and look at my junk in the trunk. So I’m in a predicament. Who should I chose to tint my ride?

1. Myself
2. Glass Act (with great reviews)
3. Ronnie’s Window Tinting

Well I was thinking for about $50 buck I could order some window tinting off eBay and I could do the job myself. Then I thought to myself, “self, what do I know about window tinting?” I would probably leave a whole bunch of bubbles in the tint and I would in the end have to go pay somebody to do it anyways and be out those $50 bucks.

Then after getting my step-brother’s Auto Glass Honda CRX 1989 Glass repaired at D-H Top-Auto Glass on Jones Street in Cleveland TN we met the owner and son of Glass Act also on Jones Street right next door. He stands behind all of his work with a life-time guarantee. He gave us a quote of $150 for as dark as we wanted the back of the Volvo Wagon and including the Limo Tint if we wanted.

So I just wanted to check around on the price and got a quote from Ronnie’s Window Tinting on 3rd Street in Cleveland TN. They gave me a quote of $135 but that I would have to pay $50 extra for the Limo Tint. I then told them I found a coupon online and when presenting it to them they said that this was not there coupon even though it was their business name and address. Hum. Interesting.

So who do I choose …. ? Any suggestions. If you read this post and want to give me a better deal I will give you my bussiness. Thanks.

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Getting Work on My Backside Today

Posted by OurVolvo.com on Apr 30, 2012 in 1999 Volvo V70

So, been thinking that I needed a bit more junk in the trunk if you know what I mean :).  So I went ahead and did it.  Got third row seats.  I know for some I’m a bit old being a 1999, but you are never too old in my opinion.  It did however take a bit of nip and tuck with one cutting.  In order to fully install third row seats in a Volvo without them you have to cut a small slat in the back of the 2nd row seats so that the back of the third row seat stands upright.  This picture and post from matthewsvolvosite.com really helped.

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Billy Goats on the Road

Posted by OurVolvo.com on May 13, 2011 in 1995 Volvo 460


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