Yup,Shelby is right,had these bubbles on my hood (20 miles)that was basically never in the sun or ever washed before they appeared.Removed the hood and had it wet sanded and polished at a body shop about a year and a half ago and they since have not returned.""shelbyelite said:
Guys, the paint blistering can be fixed with a good wetsand and buff. We have seen it on SEVERAL cars and have never had a problem fixing it in this fashion. What is to believed to have caused this is contaminents in the raw surface before the paint was applied. Sometimes different climates will cause these bubbles/blisters to appear. We have yet to have to RE-PAINT to fix the issue. If you have a GOOD body shop or paint shop in your area, have them wet sand the area and buff it back out and the bubbles should be gone. I have even seen these bubbles on delivery mile cars. They are just a known flaw in the production of the GTs
Eddie - you just seem like a really cool guy - I wish I was in the market. This thread (and all of your accomplishments) is amazing. Thank you!$394,980 is correct. (Thank you Pockets!) And still available as of now. We have had conversations, but no deposit yet.
I will make the following offer to anyone who wants to buy my Heritage, but needs to sell something first.
With a reasonable deposit, I will wait for up to six months at no interest, to give you time to sell your item, and make the final payment. And I can wait even longer for final payment, if needed, but would want some interest for any time over six months.
I actually waited a year for final payment on the last Ariel Atom I sold, to give my buyer time to sell a house, and that worked out fine for both of us.
I'll have you know, Mr. D., washing #1079 was a no-no.You should buy it to park and wash, like ya do with all other cars EP