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    Default Detailing an Enzo

    Yesterday we started the massive but .pleasurable task of detailing bigmoose's Enzo .
    Over the next couple of days we're going to post pics and details as they happen , here comes the first lot

    It had already been washed for us by shaun and the boys at marranello so we got straight the before photo's
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    Great work !!!!

    I find it amazing that a main dealer wouldn't get paint correction done on a car like this before customer picks the car up ???!!!

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    We then did the paint inspection , everything was as normal ,original paint all over, no suprises l
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    A few of work in progress
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny5 View Post
    Great work !!!!

    I find it amazing that a main dealer wouldn't get paint correction done on a car like this before customer picks the car up ???!!!
    And amazing that a car of this value doesn't have perfect paint straight from the factory!

    Dave will sort it.

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    The Enzo will look amazing after Dave / Ian have worked their magic.

    Not referring to the Enzo but IMO it still beggars belief though as to why any self respecting dealer / independant would have an Fcar in their showroom that hasn't been properly prepared for sale

    Surely paint correction should be as routine as a PDI???

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    OT just noticed the tax disc

    So you buy a half million quid car and Maranello are so cheap that they only give you a 6 month tax disc

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    The thing is though , in defence of the dealerships and for people who haven't experienced pro detailing yet , thats the norm for them , for you guys who have seen what we do for yourselves , you now know a higher standard can be achieved.
    I'm sure over time as more and more customers request it from dealerships , it will become the norm .

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    screen shots of the paint depth readings
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    What's that on the nose dave is it Paintsheild or summink cos it looks a bit rough

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