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    Originally posted by Lt1Corvette
    Do ferrari's have a really soft clearcoat? Or are they still single stage? Just curious after mike mentioned about how ferrari paint can be well, cautious minded.
    I detail a 1996 348 Spider about twice a year and it has a relatively soft single stage paint job. #80 is more than adequate for most light to moderate defects.

    Turns out really nice.

    One polishing step on the right side:




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    Wow!

    That is totally awesome work Scott!
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    Originally posted by Mike Phillips
    Wow!

    That is totally awesome work Scott!
    Thanks, awesome car to work on. Been taking care of it since he bought it in '96. His daily driver is an '04 Vette. Rough, eh?

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    If its not his daily driver how did it get those swirls ??
    does this guy buff his car with a wool buffing pad without any product lol

    great job Scottwax

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    Originally posted by sneek
    If its not his daily driver how did it get those swirls ??
    does this guy buff his car with a wool buffing pad without any product lol

    great job Scottwax
    Dealer detailed it last time he took it in for service. He called me a few months later to redo what they did. He used to drive it pretty regularly but decided to stop piling up the miles.

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    Re: Each one, teach one... Ferrari Fiorano 355 F1 Spider

    ***Bump***
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    Re: Each one, teach one... Ferrari Fiorano 355 F1 Spider

    Mike as usual excellant work. I agree with "each one teach one". I'm still learning the finer points of detailing, But with the knowledge you shared with us in the Tampa class last year, the great advice that this forum provides us , the learning curve is getting higher. lol Great work on the car and continue "each one teach one". Thanks again.

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    Re: Each one, teach one... Ferrari Fiorano 355 F1 Spider

    I love this thread. Ferrari is my favorite car.

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    Re: Each one, teach one... Ferrari Fiorano 355 F1 Spider

    Still bumping and old thread! Mike, you need to come to Sunny Southwest Florida and give a class, even though I'm not a pro , would love to learn from the Master!

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    Re: Each one, teach one... Ferrari Fiorano 355 F1 Spider

    I'm working today to remove some really light scratches from my 08' F350. In review of this thread, I thought the results on this Ferrari are worth another look by everyone. It is truely amazing what Meguiar's products can do. It is even more amazing that they can continue to get even better.

    Thanks to everyone, this thread and others, for posting your experiences. The reason we are all here is to learn to make our vehicles look their best. We truely grow from each others experiences and comments. Thanks to you too Mike (Administrator) for pointing me the right directions that support my needs. You're a champ!

    Thanks,

    Brad Mower
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