Why whatever do you mean?
Thank you.My wife picked the color I picked the stripes':grin2:We are old farts now.We both wanted a challenger for the last 30 plus years but had kids to raise first.We finally saved enough $$ to pay cash for it this past spring.Hope we both stay healthy enough to enjoy it.:lol:I think I payed around 950 for my car to get the correction and the coating. Best thing I have ever done to the car. However the detailer who did my car, and they did a GREAT job, recently went out of business. Now there is no one within a 2 or 3 hour drive of where I live who does this. The coating is a little over 2 years old now, it's garage kept too, not driven every day. It seems to be intact still..I am going to start washing it with Hydro Cf Foam..it washes and coats the car all in one. Should last for 3 months or so..that will invigorate the coating and help prolong the protection. Cnumb and Coobie your cars look amazing!
Love it , looks great love the color
Everyone here has great advice. It's what you're willing to spend and the time you're willing to invest in keeping the finish on your car in the best condition. I have looked into ceramic coatings and I'm still undecided. I have a sealer on my SP and a good wax. It beads water exceptionally well and is very easy to clean. One thing to remember is that no matter what you decide to do, none of the choices are permanent. I never drive my SP in the rain or any day we have inclement weather...I drive it only when the weather is clear. It's also garaged. So, for me, I'm not sure that the expense for a ceramic coating is justified.Have a buddy who has a show truck, we were chatting says his detail place killer was. Does a ceramic coating on vehicles. Better shine no water spots. Wondering if anyone has done this , pros, cons. Or is just a good cleaning waxing job enough. Have a 2015 sublime green challenger .rt plus not a daily driver but when nice I have it out. Want to take to some car shows and cruises. North east ohio here.