Professional Ceramic Coating - Which Would You Choose?

Vettel-ish

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Thanks guys, in spite of chickening out on the hard part, hoping it still looks better than the average off-the-lot car. On a scale of 1-to-10 on the waiting for delivery anxiety I'm at an 11, come on June 9!!!!!
It will be beautiful! Post some pics here and we can help you determine what to do if something is off.
 

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Sounds good - I had the same thought: I want to _drive_ the car... and I don't want to (overly) worry about it while I do it. Taking it on a road trip this weekend: 4 hours each way through the mountains (can't wait!).

Your price seems pretty in line with mine. It was ~$2300 for ceramic coating and front PPF (but somewhat less PPF than yours - I didn't do the whole hood, and somewhat less ceramic: I didn't do the wheels).

It's a lot of money, but it buys a lot of piece of mind too.

Let us know how it turns out!
PPF and Ceramic done, the look and gloss is amazing, no wash for two weeks.

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