Originally Posted by The Cthulhu
Well, when they put tints on your car, they lay it on the ouside to cut it, first...
I was thinking that if you could provide the sheet of raw material, they could lay it over the front of your car, like putting a tint on, and then cut the edges, so it wouldn't be a pre-cut kit.
That's a pretty antiquated tint shop you're using. The shop I use has a huge thing that looks like a printer that cuts it to factory spec. They just type in the model and year and it laser cuts the tint to fit.