Yeah, no offence to anyone asking if this was caught at delivery, but we are not buying used cars here. I think it's reasonable to expect enough paint coverage on a new unit. Mine has similar light coverage.
I was doing doing recon before I installed new rock sliders and found these faint rectangle shapes directly below the front door hinges...well close to them for reference. Could these be tooling mounts for the robots? they look to be touched up after the fact. One side almost looks like covered...
Is there a way to adjust the door at the top without dicking around with the hinges? Driver side is a little off. The passenger side is flush all the way up.
Thanks for any help.
Jeep Door by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr
I know many of you lost sleep waiting on the better pic. :CWL:
Anywho, here is the pic of my art project, this is both sides from the door to the end of the drip rail.
Jeep Sharpie by The 3rd Placer, on Flickr
Hey Tread, seems we have different opinions on quality. My post was to alert others who may find this as unacceptable as I have. This example is not a "shit happens" scratch on a used vehicle. The sharpie was used to cover up light paint coverage on both sides of the top.
370Z lifted on a "cradle" style lift... The lift compressed the plastic rocker panels on both sides. The dealer paid to have them replaced and painted did a fantastic job. Next oil change I reminded them to place it on a tray style lift. Went back to the waiting area and watched them place it on...