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Thread: Would buying a car thatís plastidipped put you off

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    Would buying a car thatís plastidipped put you off

    My friend is looking to buy an Audi thatís been plastidipped

    Would it put you off buying a car ? Car looks clean through the dip no signs of filler or crash damage ?

    This is just a general question really

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    Well as long as it's cheap, cos obviously that crap won't last long before it looks mullered.

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    For a sub £1k shitter no, for anything half decent yes.

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    In my opinion itís only suitable for chavs and cars that are going to crashed into walls. Same applies to wraps.

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    Yes

    Id have to make the assumption the paint is completely ****ed underneath

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    Quote Originally Posted by Actual_Ben_Taylor View Post
    For a sub £1k shitter no, for anything half decent yes.
    Agreed. If it was a disposeable amount of cash it would be fine but otherwise I’d avoid.
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