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Most of the paintwork on both my 9000's is in good condition considering the milage of the cars.

However, on all the doors on my dark Blue (LE Mans Blue) AERO , beneath the impact strip the paintwork is, well, best described as milky. No amount of polishing seems to bring the proper colour back. It looks a bit weird having two tone doors.

Is this something any of you have suffered with, if so whats the fix ?
 

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My silver 88 is 2 tone. It looks liek someone gave it a quick going over in black under the bump strips. Looks [expletive deleted] to be honest.

Seen a few others like that. They all seem to rust here so maybe thats why some where painted again.

If T-cuts not working then its a quick going over with the spray gun.

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Had the bottom of my doors done some time ago, below the bump strip.

Sometimes the lower part of the door gets an anti-stone layer first, like a thin underseal, prior to the colour coats.This sometimes ripples with age, and can craze leading to fading.

Cure: strip back and start again.
 
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