Anyone Made Removable Fake Rear Windows For A Kombi?

Discussion in 'Exterior Styling, Bodywork & Detailing' started by Chrisfraser05, 11 Aug 2018.

  1. Chrisfraser05

    Chrisfraser05 Senior Member VIP Member T6 Legend

    I was looking at options for when we take the Kombi to a wedding soon so we can make it look less like a commercial vehicle and more like a family vehicle.
    Also would be handy for camp sites that frown on commercial vehicles too

    As our sign writing is only on the rear quarter panel a fake window would cover this so I was looking at these;

    2 x Vw T6 SWB Rear Quarter Windows TOTAL BLACK OUT, FAKE WINDOWS | VW T6 SWB | Camper Glass

    I'd need to have a way to attach and detach them though without damaging the paint (oryx).

    Has anyone seen a removable solution before?

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  2. Pauly

    Pauly Senior Member VCDS User Admin Moderator

    Have seen sign writing done on magnet sheets before wondering if you could attach it to that so it could be pulled off, doubt you go drive much with it though ?
  3. Chrisfraser05

    Chrisfraser05 Senior Member VIP Member T6 Legend

    cheers Pauly, have just been looking at the self sticking magnetic.

    Toyed with trying to find a vinyl that is similar to Orxy to wrap that, but I think maybe a chalkboard finish that we can then have the kids draw on or write "Congratulations X & X" etc for family weddings lol
  4. Chrisfraser05

    Chrisfraser05 Senior Member VIP Member T6 Legend

    Maybe like this




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  5. Dellmassive

    Dellmassive 204 T32 DSG LWB SPORTLINE PV MY18 VCDS User Moderator VIP Member T6 Legend

    Defo magnetic panel..

    I had one from Vista print. Similar idea. But it was the company logo Etc.

    But no reason why you couldn't just have the blank window panel.
  6. Chrisfraser05

    Chrisfraser05 Senior Member VIP Member T6 Legend

  7. craigblues

    craigblues Member VCDS User VIP Member T6 Pro

    Genius! The colour looks really close match. Wonder if close up in person it looks as good?

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