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Old 08-12-2013, 07:21 PM   #1
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OK maybe this is a really stupid idea. I just went to Gettysburg PA for the weekend. When I got there I noticed a few small rock chips on the front of the Shelby. I can repair them I think pretty easy. My question is there a product I can put on the nose of the car like a 3M film I can remove and replace pretty easy to protect it? When I run the roads I want it on when I show it I want it off. Any idea?

Should I ask AM to make something like this or am I nuts and well.
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Thats a great idea, and now i want one!
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Old 08-12-2013, 07:46 PM   #3
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OK maybe this is a really stupid idea. I just went to Gettysburg PA for the weekend. When I got there I noticed a few small rock chips on the front of the Shelby. I can repair them I think pretty easy. My question is there a product I can put on the nose of the car like a 3M film I can remove and replace pretty easy to protect it? When I run the roads I want it on when I show it I want it off. Any idea?

Should I ask AM to make something like this or am I nuts and well.
Yes but it's pretty much like vinyl as in once you take it off its not going back on..
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Tell am maybe they can find something
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OK maybe this is a really stupid idea. I just went to Gettysburg PA for the weekend. When I got there I noticed a few small rock chips on the front of the Shelby. I can repair them I think pretty easy. My question is there a product I can put on the nose of the car like a 3M film I can remove and replace pretty easy to protect it? When I run the roads I want it on when I show it I want it off. Any idea?

Should I ask AM to make something like this or am I nuts and well.
Yes, it's actually an option on my wife's BMW. I think it's called Invisibra or something like that.
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They sell a 3m spray like dip. It's 25 a can, shoots clear and dries up like a brah. We've done it on my friends CC and my bros BMW
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They sell a 3m spray like dip. It's 25 a can, shoots clear and dries up like a brah. We've done it on my friends CC and my bros BMW
How does it clean off? and do you have to take the wax off first?
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OK maybe this is a really stupid idea. I just went to Gettysburg PA for the weekend. When I got there I noticed a few small rock chips on the front of the Shelby. I can repair them I think pretty easy. My question is there a product I can put on the nose of the car like a 3M film I can remove and replace pretty easy to protect it? When I run the roads I want it on when I show it I want it off. Any idea?

Should I ask AM to make something like this or am I nuts and well.
I have not done this but my co-worker used two cans on his Lexus said it works great... claims he peels it off to replace it when there is to much front end damage by rocks and hard headed bugs.
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/lan...der-spray-film
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How does it clean off? and do you have to take the wax off first?
Just like if it was dip. Wash it cleanly like if it was never there. What wax? The war wax?
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My boy just puts blue painters tape on his front bumper and side mirrors when he's driving to Dallas (3 hours away) for car shows. It's cheap lol. Doesn't look the best. But really works he said.
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Thanks all I will look into the spray on stuff, I did think of the blue tape idea but I was not sure it would hold up to highway speeds and rain while I was driving.
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