My truck really isn't that old. It's a 2007 with just 33k on the odometer. But the faded plastic, yellowed headlights and base-model-ness really makes me feel like the truck looks worn out.
I initially replaced the headlights with some black housing aftermarket units, but they leaked. So I returned them, and got sent another pair...which also leaked. So I sanded the stock headlights, smothered them in toothpaste and Meguiars headlight repair kit and rubbed as hard as I could...they are still yellowed and hazy. The grille has been plastidipped, but the 'derp' peeled off from areas where my truck murdered bugs the last time I drove across Florida for 8 hours during love bug season.
Additionally, my unpainted front bumper has a weird pattern that I have not seen on seven year old plastic before. It's odd, and washing the bumper does nothing to it.
Does anyone have some cost-effective solutions to "making my truck look young again"? It has another 200k miles left in it easy, and I want it look brand new as it rolls across those milestones. (Aftermarket grille? Will it not fit very well?)