At $65,000, This Paint Correction Dwarfs Most Other Detail Jobs
Keeping a vehicle perfect that sees the road is certainly no small task. While many ...
Keeping a vehicle perfect that sees the road is certainly no small task. While many may not notice it, there are all sorts of debris and hazardous material on the road that can end up being the worst enemy of a paint job.
For a daily driver, this probably isn’t a big concern.
As it turns out, though, not all paint jobs were created equally. Porsche’s a “Liquid Metal,” is one of the most expensive paint codes that they produce, according to our uploader. Throw in the fact that the Porsche 918 Spyder is nearly a million-dollar car and we have a combination that’s going to cost a lot to fix should it be damaged.
Naturally, dealing with paint that’s some sort of rare and expensive combo isn’t going to be budget-friendly. Furthermore, finding someone willing to be responsible for such an expensive car is definitely going to come at a premium.
This time, we tune in to see exactly what such a paint correction would look like. There aren’t too many people in this world who would spend $65,000 to restore paint. However, with a car like this, it could very much be more than worth it. When it comes to resale value, such a job could end up paying dividends.
What exactly is involved in a paint restoration that costs more than the vast majority of cars you see on the road these days? Well, by following along with the video from Topaz Detailing, we can see just that.
These folks pay some incredible attention to detail and leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of perfection. At the end of the day, this attention to detail is what the customer is really paying for. As it turns out, pulling the car apart, panel by panel, and making sure every square inch is perfect isn’t exactly an easy job, either.