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I would get it re-painted and install the 3M Invisible shield. It works great! I have it on my 360Modena. You can not tell the car has it unless you get very close to it. Ferrari of SF did it for me but you can get the kit for fraction of the price. It is very simple to put it on. I did it on my Porsche:
http://www.invinca-shield.com/asp/genkit.asp?kit=1319

When I was at Ferrari of SF for their open house a few weeks ago, they had Enzo with the 3M film all over the car. The entire car was covered with this shield. You know for sure you will not get a scratch. The guy said close to $5k for the entire job.

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Dermot said:
4i2fly said:
I would get it re-painted and install the 3M Invisible shield. It works great! I have it on my 360Modena. You can not tell the car has it unless you get very close to it. Ferrari of SF did it for me but you can get the kit for fraction of the price. It is very simple to put it on. I did it on my Porsche:
http://www.invinca-shield.com/asp/genkit.asp?kit=1319

When I was at Ferrari of SF for their open house a few weeks ago, they had Enzo with the 3M film all over the car. The entire car was covered with this shield. You know for sure you will not get a scratch. The guy said close to $5k for the entire job.

Good Luck!
4i2fly

So are you going to the Ferrari Challenge track day in March (See previous topic posted by Andrew) - I'd like to see how it looks on the car!

Dermot
Yes, I will be there for sure but only for one day, most likely on Sunday. I am surpised you have not seen the 3M shield on other Ferraris. Almost all that I've seen have been covered with it. It is invisible as it says, it will not takes away from the beauty of the car.

Cheers,
 
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