Re: New 2012 Mustang with factory paint flaws
If you ever decided to trade that Mustang in-a 'paint meter' would show the re-painted thickness differential-which ultimately hurts tha car's value. Take it from a perfectionist-do not do it. Live with it
. I have owned numerous Fords. There have been "runs" in the factory paint before, on vehicles that I have owned. I recall having some difficulty with the underside of the hood of a 1996 F150 that I purchased. The overall look was 'not to my satisfaction'. "No problem," they said-"sure, we'll put a new hood on, and "blend" everything...." They "blended", it all right. I had a two tone truck
-which I traded out of, in 13 months. Live with it. Love on it. Enjoy it. The "experts"
, at the best body shop would have a tough time duplicating robotic paint processes, from the factory. It's going to be okay...
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