Car Tint's stature within the industry and reputation for excellence has seen Rob Tait selected by car manufacturers to window tint some of the world's most exotic cars.
Even projects like this elite $3.5 million dollar GM Torana concept motor show car a few years ago pictured left is his most treasured work.
Not to be bounded by Australia's shores, the huge GM international motoring conglomerate have commissioned him to tint the Chevy Orlando concept car for the Paris Motor Show...one of Europe's best motor car gatherings and this is his furthest exported film work.
Car Tint Pty. Ltd. is Melbourne's oldest and most respected window tinting company and there is only one of us in Australia based right here in Victoria!
Rob Tait (proprietor) started this company some 44 years ago when there was virtually no auto tinting business in existence.
"Setting the standard" which is incorporated in the company logo is a unique ideology by which Car Tint has always strived to provide the ultimate level of quality product and a level of professionalism rarely seen or rivalled past or present.
Every installation completes a journey of more than 3 hours. Only then does it leave this workshop.
As a prospective customer, you can be assured nothing but the best ..an installation that is performed as if we own the car ourselves using the very best film we can select from.
If that is what you are after and you have the same ideals, then that's what you'll receive!
"Imitations have their limitations."
For those who went to the last Melbourne International Motor Show at Jeff's shed, you would have seen this car above.
My work was once again displayed on the Ford stand with their beautiful Prodrive black Falcon GT concept car.
The film selection decision was suggested by me to create the distinction that this car was something very special which it is.
The result visually was sensational with sporty looks and classy appeal.....I'm very proud of this effort and you can have your car looking like this as well.
The front looks tinted but it isn't......It's only because the car is now darker inside.