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New Speed Lingerie on my 355

Discussion in '348/355' started by Dave_Car_Guy, Sep 5, 2004.

  1. Dave_Car_Guy

    Dave_Car_Guy Karting

    Apr 24, 2004
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  3. wax

    wax Four Time F1 World Champ
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    Jul 20, 2003
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    Looks like a more accurate fit on the 355. Nice color matching helps it not detract from the appearance too much either.

    I don't know what front plate regulations are in your State, but if you can communicate to them that some form of proprietary license plate bracket could be optionally attached to this (if not already available) that doesn't mar the same surface, they'll make more of a mint.

    You may find yourself driving a little more aggressive - have fun.
     
  4. LAfun2

    LAfun2 F1 Veteran

    Oct 31, 2003
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    Tom he is in Danville, CA ;) Same plate requirements as you and me. :)


    Dave, very nice. I think this works better than the stoneguard 3M stuff. :)
     
  5. Dave_Car_Guy

    Dave_Car_Guy Karting

    Apr 24, 2004
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    Speed Lingerie has a front license option - they put on a couple of discreet snaps on the front and a clear snap-on holder. Works well to take it on and off. Another one has a cut-out which fits those with an existing license bracket. I have a bracket for the 996. If I get a tciket, I'll just take off the cover, put the bracket on and get it signed off.
     
  6. mv4

    mv4 Karting

    Nov 3, 2003
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    Dave did you ever look into getting the clear bra? It's a clear film that goes on the front like tinting your windows. They work great and you don't have to worry about paint fade.
     
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  8. MonoSki

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    Jul 4, 2004
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    Hmm, two words.
    Clear Bra
     
  9. Dave_Car_Guy

    Dave_Car_Guy Karting

    Apr 24, 2004
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    Yes, I did look into "Ston-Guard" and other clear protectants. The prob with my 996 was that I had some chips I didn't want to go over and I really didn't want to re-paint the bumper at this point. I decided to try these out and may eventually switch to clear-guard stuff. The other advantage that has is that you can have the door edges, mirrors, and air intake areas covered, which can be key on the 355.

    With these, I do like the fact that I can still take the bra off whenevr I want and run the car "naked" (which should also please "MonoSki" ;-)
     

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