Tesla typically does a pretty good job in prepping new cars, but when there are flaws they also make it quite obvious for anyone correcting the paint. There were a few sanding marks that needed something more aggressive, but overall in typical great condition that only needed a primer polish prior to coating. ‘Nothin like a clean black car!
Fresh out of the factory is Giao’s new blue Model S — coated with Opticoat Pro+ and ready to face El Nino!
So I knew Tesla sold pre-owned Model S’s for some time now, but little did I know you got pick up a 85 model for the 60k range! While still out of my price range, the Model S just ever so slightly feels a little closer to grasp… maybe in 3 more years… Anyways. Fresh from Chicago the past few days was John’s CPO grey Model S which appeaered to be in fair condition upon arrival. It seems as though whoever prepped it completely missed the ball on polishing all of the out-of-sight areas – that is, everything under the contour line that you see near the door handle. It’s lookin’ quite awesome now for a 2013 that came from one of the coldest parts of this country!
Got to work on this little go-kart dubbed “Fiesta ST” by Ford today. What a fun looking car to cruise around the city in, small enough to still find parking spots. Thanks for coming down all the way from the city, Steven!
Seldom do I get return supporters due the nature of the coating business, but Keane somehow keeps finding his way back to me… whether it be to coat new rims, newer set of rims, or a new car. In today is his new Sakhir orange M1 — gotta love the aggressive front end and body flares on this one. Sounds mean too!