I've got a clear bra on the front bumper of my C4S. I wish I had it on my S60R. The C4S looks as good as day 1. The S60R could use a respray after 8+ years. I will probably do it for my next car.
Right. It's a personal pet peeve for me. I don't deal well with chips or scratches on any vehicle. But course have to figure if the benefits outweigh the cost.I normally don't believe a clear bra is that useful in a regular car including the CLA.
The cost and the thin edge that is invariably visible, especially after a few years are the issues for me.
But for Eric's C4S, it is almost a necessity. All my old 911s' hoods looked and felt like the lunar surface after a few years of freeway driving
Because they're car bras....car....bras. Doesn't that answer the question? lol
I can always look forward to seeing something catchy that you post after I post something...lol.lol it wasn't meant to be corny...although I see why you read it that way now that I've re-read what I wrote. What I meant was, have you seen a typical black car bra on a car before? That isn't explanation enough as to why Mercedes shouldn't be sending cars off of their lots wearing them?
Yes, I'm all too familiar with them. They rub against the paint, allow for discoloration over time and, just my opinion, are pretty heinous.The nose mask that I am referring to is the one that can be removed that is usually made of vinyl.
dang the hood looks nice, can't even tell. what was the cost?The car will look brand new for 5-6 years if you really take care of your clear bra and have the right shop done it. I just finished my gf's c250 coupe yesterday. (Full bumper and full hood). I will post some pictures later.
I will do full front clear bra for my CLA whenever i get it!
here's a few pictures that i have on my phone. I will upload the finish tomorrow.