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    Colgan Bra

    Ok, I'm old school, I like the old school look and I have ALWAYS liked the fabric bra on cars.

    I finally found one for my car, and may just jump on it. What do y'all think?

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    Good way to scratch the hell out of your paint and look like a grandpa in your badass muscle car.

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    Go down to your tint guy and have a self-healing clear protector installed.
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    I've used Colgan before on a few vehicles and love the product. As long as you don't leave it on for extended periods it'll be fine. Never had an issue with scratches.

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    Not my style.
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    The Colgan will require maintenance in the form of washing the backside and conditioning it. I have used their products before in the 80's. Quality is good, but the clear bra is a better but also more expemsive option. I just had the Xpel paint protection clear film installed on my 2019 300S and it looks great. Cost was $1100 for the extended hood and fender kit, front bumper, side mirrors and door cups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
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    I find it funny, a light bar on a 300 with a zombie apocalypse basket on top is cool, but ask about a bra and people absolutely loose their sht lol

    Before I took delivery my car, the front and rear bumpers were scratched all to hell, a headlight was damaged and it had West Texas sandstorm remnants in places there shouldn't be dirt.

    The dealership repainted the front and rear bumpers (quite crappily, I might add), replaced the headlight and gave me my car. After 4 trips to the dealer and several calls to Dodge, they won't repaint it.

    After 6 months, many clayings, compounding and polishes, I finally got all the over spray off the car, and MOST of the paint corrected. The front bumper is a lost cause though.

    Spending $1000 on clear protection is out.

    I figured this was a more affordable better camouflaging option.

    I appreciate the input, seriously. If I didn't want to know, I wouldn't have asked. Maybe I should have explained all that in the first post lol

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    The bra is OK as I had one on a PT Cruiser. It was PITA to remove and re-install just to wash the car. Even bigger PITA to remove, clean, dry and the re-install. And an even bigger PITA if it was raining.

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    Look into novistretch bra...love it...easy on/off...around $100IMG_1622.JPG


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    Quote Originally Posted by PCP392 View Post
    Look into novistretch bra...love it...easy on/off...around $100IMG_1622.JPG


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    Can't make anything out in that pic. Try Tapatalk, pics work much better than SP Forums

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    Omg no no no no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
    Can't make anything out in that pic. Try Tapatalk, pics work much better than SP Forums

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    Sorry, how do I use tapatalk, lol ...is that an app?


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    Quote Originally Posted by PCP392 View Post
    Sorry, how do I use tapatalk, lol ...is that an app?


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    Yeah, I'm sorry. It is an app. SP forums has had issues for months with pics. I have the $0.99/ month version, no ads and whatever pics I want to upload. I haven't had a size limitation yet

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