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When I was looking at my Enzo, I dropped it on it's nose which resulted in a black mark at the very tip of the front bumper. The way I fixed it was I went out and bought a new one... it was a quick and easy fix and even I can't tell where the damage was....
 
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When I was looking at my Enzo, I dropped it on it's nose which resulted in a black mark at the very tip of the front bumper. The way I fixed it was I went out and bought a new one... it was a quick and easy fix and even I can't tell where the damage was....
I was thinking the same thing, but too kind to say it!


Sorry, FordGT.

You kill me Rat.
 
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When I was looking at my Enzo, I dropped it on it's nose which resulted in a black mark at the very tip of the front bumper. The way I fixed it was I went out and bought a new one... it was a quick and easy fix and even I can't tell where the damage was....
I was thinking the same thing, but too kind to say it!


Sorry, FordGT.

You kill me Rat.
I claim insanity...


 

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I have an Enzo that has dig in the paint. You can see the bare metal below it. How can I fix this? Thanks
Hmm.. sounds like a pretty deep scratch/chip. I suspect it's yellow or red right? Get some primer and fill the hole in first (yes the chip will have left a hole where the paint used to be... diecasts are painted with thick paint). Then just top it off with your Enzo's body color. You need the primer first because if you apply the paint directly onto the metal it'll look translucent and quite dark. Hope this helps.
 

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When I was looking at my Enzo, I dropped it on it's nose which resulted in a black mark at the very tip of the front bumper. The way I fixed it was I went out and bought a new one... it was a quick and easy fix and even I can't tell where the damage was....
Thanks for help Rat!
 
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That is an ugly mark, Rat - almost looks like a horse of some kind. :? And it appears to be prancing. :?

That's a good one Richard. I'm still laughing. No offense to Ferrari Fans. :sm:

I like your solution Rat. ;-)
 
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