Just completed, the vehicle needed some work after being driven like a sportscar is supposed to be driven........hard.
The finish was in sad shape as Mario and his brothers in Marenello decided to let another Scud go out the door without a finish worthy of the price tag. This particular Ferrari had VERY hard paint, and it fought me a little but time was what was required and my new client wanted the best as the car will be entirely wrapped @ Premier this next week.
With this color(red) it was difficult to capture some of the problems with my new camera, so I used my old one and a few of the pics showed the defects but not as much as I would have liked.
The beginning........ outside pics as the car was dropped off.
More buffer trails.
Some deep RIDS, later in the correction I would find X marks that had to be vandalism(which should carry the death penalty to deface this automotive beauty) which were sanded out(thank god).
The biggest challenge would come from touching up the chips on the front of the car(over 100 chips were touched up).
A little fallout was present as well.
One of the numerous parts of the car with factory sand scratches not compounded out...........(my shocked face at this development ).
Dry & scratchy.
Marred front bumper.
After first hit with the wool pad.
More factory sand scratch lovelyness.......
Compounded and levelled away.
Making headway, all in the total job would be just shy of 43 hours spent.
Challenge grill looking clear & glossy=tightness.
O.E badge removed, Premier will re-install as they are doing a full body wrap.
Aggressive compounding did smooth out some of the orange peel.
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