7 Lincoln Rd, Port Macquarie NSW 2444, Australia

Auto Parts, Auto Repair Shop, Auto Repair, Cars, Car Service, Window Tinting Service, Window Installation Service, Car Stereo Store, Window Supplier

Car Repair

(02) 6581 4300


Open Hours

Monday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Port Auto Image

About the business

Port Auto Image | Port Macquarie Window Tinting | Car, Residential and Commercial

Port Auto Image Window Tinting has been servicing the Port Macquarie and Mid North Coast area for over ten years. Tom & Ros have over 40 years combined experience and are renowned for the premium quality finish they achieve on each window tinting project they undertake. Auto Window Tinting Window tinting your car can add prestige and value to your vehicle. Residential Window Tinting Tinting the windows of your home can cut glare from your view. Commercial Window Tinting Window tinting on a commercial building can help to project a sense of professionalism. Protect your car, home, office or factory with window tinting, which can save you money on power bills, protect you & your family from harmful UV rays, heat and glare, and even improve the quality of the day time & night time views.

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Brenton Fazzolari said 4 years ago
I've had 3 separate cars done by Tom and Ros very satisfied no peeling tint and always looking great with great customer service as well as drop off car service. Also very competitive prices. I would highly recommend them as they give legal tint 35%. I will be returning in the future with any other car I own for more!
Eliza Farthing said 4 years ago
Excellent quality. Have had the tint on for over 5 years now and still not one imperfection.
Andrew Mitchell said 4 years ago
Excellent customer service and top quality product. Best in Port Macquarie. Highly recommended.

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