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Ferrari 575 Paint Thickness

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  1. Delibes

    Delibes Rookie

    Dec 9, 2012
    Good morning all,
    I am curious as to the variance in paint thickness on the 575 models from colour to colour. Our dealership, Tomini Classics, has a fully original 575 Superamerica and the paint is consistently under 200 micros (Nero Daytona). However, for a client's Bianco Avus 575, it is in the 300's and 400's (microns).

    Are there colours in the Ferrari range that are consistently applied on a thicker manner, or does it simply vary from car to car?
  2. henryr

    henryr Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Nov 10, 2003
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    Juan Sánchez Villa-L
    from what i recall the 575 were painted partly by machine and then finished up by hand.

    silver and some other colors you can see the very faint blend lines on the rear haunches

    my car had a very slight drip in the rear bumber under the clear coat from new

    when my mom ordered her car. she wanted white with a blue strip. later had to switch as there was some sort of color blead thru issue and it became a $35k upcharge

    the only real issue with repaint work is that it is likely done to a much higher standard than the factory paint....
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  3. mathewr

    mathewr F1 Rookie
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    Dec 7, 2011
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    Wow, this is rare..."Bianco Avus 575"
  4. Ferrari55whoa

    Ferrari55whoa Formula 3
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  5. NE550

    NE550 Formula Junior

    Mar 23, 2017
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    Ferrari factory paint thickness in that era was pretty thin, and typically varies from about 5 to 12 microns. Repainted cars will usually show well above that range.

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