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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Will, Jun 3, 2015.
I have looked at a few low mile White SN's for sale and this has kept me from pulling the trigger on them.
It sucks because I really want to get a White one
If you skip to 5:29 you'll understand why.
My paint is flaking in all kinds of areas. Luckily it's not too visible, but I am planning on respraying the car eventually, or perhaps even wrapping it in race livery, since this is a track car at this point.
we don't need no stinking primer!!!!
Mine is flaked off by the windows on the doors
Mine is all jacked on my white car lol
Why is white the only color that peels this way, or the most common to do so rather?
How about that gas door area flake tho? #darnwhitemustang
Laser red always had a shitty clear coat and was impossible to match....
All these problems............
Why do we buy these cars again?
Funny enough, I was driving behind a Bullitt the other day, and really missing driving SN95 daily. I'm sure within 5 minutes of actually doing so, I'd change my mind again. I'm probably just being sentimental.
Wig hair is the culprit
You just posted my biggest fear. There is nothing I am more scared of than my paint falling off like that.
Not white mustang problem.... CRYSTAL white mustang problem! Oxford white holds up pretty well!! :laughing5:
i swear i think it's forum related lol. i think i've read so much forum crap and seen so many clean sn95's on forums (and ONLY FORUMS never on the streets) that i keep wanting a bad ass sn. if it were not for sn95 forums i'd be in a sick street truck. DAMN YOU FORUMS
so [MENTION=18482]Will[/MENTION] is this a new project or just a random pic to show white sn probs lol?
I was visiting family in Oregon and I noticed the neighbor across the street had this White SN95. In person even with the paint falling off it looked good. Pictures never do the real deal justice. It made me miss my black one parked back at home under the cover. I had to laugh and post because only white seems to have this problem.
I know what you mean! Almost every mustang around me is faded, rusty and hasn't been washed in 12 years, or has been destroyed with autozone chrome letters and other objects that don't belong. You guys help me remember that these cars look great when taken care of