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You don't need a circular polarizer with a CL ... 

The 'green fringing' looks to me like a reflection of the tinted windshield on the shiny chrome bits. It seems to be specific to those areas that are angled a particular way.

Since those areas basically have no color of their own (being a specular reflection off of chrome), a very easy fix (using Lightroom) is to take the adjustment brush, set an appropriate flow and fringe, and set to saturation zero. Enlarge the photo to 4x normal and paint the bits with the green reflection out of the photo. I did this quickly on the JPEG you posted, the result is perfect. 

Edited by ramarren

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