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      02-17-2014, 12:33 PM   #1
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Video: M3 vs. Chainsaw


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      02-17-2014, 12:44 PM   #2
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overall I'm sure it does a good enough job, but I would need to see it in person. Just from the video it looked like that spot had some more orange peel than the rest of the car when they did a close up of the fender, 0:52 mark the top leftish area looks like orange peel.
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orange peel can be fixed like this:

1. wetsand 2000
2. polish
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orange peel can be fixed like this:

1. wetsand 2000
2. polish
not that I don't agree... A skilled person can paint their whole fender and polish to match the car.

I see the point of the product...its basically a small paint kit in a box. You have filler, sand paper, primer, base, and clear.

Then you are going to sand and polish for a final look. I wouldn't recommend this for any novice or someone that hasn't done any body work before. It would be really easy to end up with garbage results.
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First White is generally easiest to color match, this is what when body shot buy total cars and repair them they paint them all white, it hides the mistakes. Like to see them do that on Black or Silver.
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On another note, the E46 looks great with a square setup of the 19 in wheels!
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On another note, the E46 looks great with a square setup of the 19 in wheels!
Damn did not notice. On second look they do seem much more curvaceous and concave. Looks dope
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