I agree with Nev :thumbs:Bwahahahahahahahahha! :lol:
They look awful.
Yanks love those. :thumbs:
I don't get 'em: "Preserve" the look of your car by driving around and looking
a tool while you own it, but having it in slightly better shape for someone
else when you sell it.
Fook knows......but that looks awful. I'd only want one for the bonnet.The ones with the little protuberances are particularly bad.
What are they for, to deflect stones away from the windscreen?
:thumbs:I guess this is "gimp my ride"? :cheese:
Sorry, no idea where you'd get such a thing. Clear protective sounds much better. You'd wreck the paint just taking the bra off and on each time you were going long distance to local. Car would have to be immaculately clean not to scratch it to buggery.
:lol::cheese::lol:I guess this is "gimp my ride"? :cheese:
I was just about to go looking for this product so thanks for posting this link, Hunter. The bonnet on my 159 has had so many chips touched-up that it looks like it has some terrible tropical disease, . When it was in the bodyshop a few weeks back having the offside panels repaired after careless neighbour #1, I enquired as to how much it would cost to have the bonnet resprayed - an eye-watering £533, .Clear protective film is the answer.
Paint Protection Film: Car, Motorbike & Vehicle Paint Protective Film - Paintguard UK
Get it done!! I've had protector film on my Brera for 2 years, it works really well. Only picked up one "chip" since then, at *ahem* very high motorway speed, very loud impact, and actually it's not really a chip, the paint is all still there, no undercoat showing, but if you inspect very closely you can see the blue paint has been compressed ever so slightly.However, careless neighbour #2 has done me a favour as the bonnet is one of the panels that is now having to be replaced so I thought I might spend the 'respray' budget on chip protection as it's 'only' £485 for the bonnet, bumper, leading edges of the wings and the door mirrors. Only downside is that it will need to be off the road for another 2 days to have the film applied but well worth the sacrifice in the long run methinks, :thumbs:.