Well from a fellow who is thinking of selling an 02 vette for the new style mustang,I have had some disapointments looking at this car. I understand its built as an afordable performance car and the reason for me wanting one is because I loved the earley mustangs and feel this is the nicest looking mustang I have seen on a show room flor since the 1970 model year. That being said look into the paint in floresent lights.and you can see thru the paint down to the bottom finish and as described you can see the work marks. I am not a professtional paint guy and its plain as day,So you dont get me wrong I am not slamming the car,as a matter of fact i cant stop stairing at one when I see them.Gig4Fun said:guys..take a look at your paint in the light; look deep to the bottom, (not the surface). I see swirl sand scratches that appear to be from about 180 grit jitterbug sander..... I noticed when my '05 was new it had soft paint. I put a gouge in it from my fingernail. Now the paint has settle down and done its evaporating stuff and looks to have laid into the primer coat without much of a filler coat after sanding. It is something an experienced eye can see... Take a look and let me know if you have the sand scratches....
I am holding off on my purchase until I see the Mach 1 I just hope they put the shacker hood on it and I would have no choice but to buy one.
Now on zaino.
I used it on my yellow vette and was not so impressed.But I used it on a 1967 Black cadillac deville I own and the reulst were spectacular.It made the paint look BLACK and deep.after your first couple of coats it gets easeyer and you use less product on the car. I guess the deeper the color the better results