Clear coat is a 3M plastic film that prevents rock chips. Sam at Premier in Fremont is the expert on this.What is that, and why?
Paint chips are inevitable, I could understand this if he's planning to drive it on a gravel road to his house or something. Personally I'd rather be able to see the lovely paint finish on the car. Each to his own!Clear coat is a 3M plastic film that prevents rock chips. Sam at Premier in Fremont is the expert on this.
I have a few chips I need cleaned up and then i'll have Sam do my 360.
I understand it was almost two full days of work. Sam is the one to ask.as well, i wonder how they apply it on all those fins or louvres...
or even around the emblem on the side..
what about when it is time to peel it off?... would that do more damage to the paint?
Not sure about its listing here but for certain there are very few MC-12's in the US.wasnt it posted here a few months ago they were still looking for takers for the MC 12 Corsa? that would have been a more limited and more 'collectible' car, and it was about 1M euro.
google mc12 corsa if you don't know the difference.Not sure about its listing here but for certain there are very few MC-12's in the US.
I heard only 3 MC-12's are in the US, but I have no validation of that.
Don't know difference of the "Corsa" unless that's an actual raced car and if so would not be much good here because it would not be smog legal.