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    Plastidip an Entire Ferrari 360 Modena

    Plastidip an Entire Ferrari 360 Modena

    This plastic dip stuff gives that 'matte' type finish and shouldnt cost very much.

    p.s. this F360 looks much better without its headlights exposed.
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    I believe the biggest draw to that is that it can be removed by peeling it off when you get tired of it. They don't scuff the paint underneath so it doesn't stick permanently. Is that a replica? Looked like one.

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    Looks real to me.
    I wonder how long it stays like that and if a layer could be added over top if needed.
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    I guess I just assumed it is a replica because I've never seen one in that orange before (although Ferrari paints them whatever color you want), that rear wing doesn't look factory, it obviously has plexiglass side windows, it may have aftermarket wheels, I haven't seen those fuel doors before, the hood is modified or at least one I've never seen, and it has Sparco seats. My guess is that someone set up a real one for racing.

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