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    Default New listing in 'Cars for Sale'

    A thread to list cars as and when they come on to the market. Links to the Complete List of 260s FOR SALE will be shown. Simply a "heads up" for those of you only looking at Activities Stream / What's New. Regularly updated.

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    Default New listings in 'Cars for Sale'

    Two cars newly listed in the last day or so, a ZT 260 and a ZT-T 260 ...

    723a.jpg Newly listed in the last day or so, a ZT-T 260 SE, in Poseidon, assumed to be #723


    To go directly to the Complete List post, click here:
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    That's a neat looking ZT-T 260 SE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by draxt View Post
    That's a neat looking ZT-T 260 SE!
    Agree 100% but a big problem if you damage the paint, I looked at one in this colour before I bought mine and it needed a few bits doing ( stone chips and car park dings) and when I asked a friend who owns a body shop he said the only way to do it properly is to paint the hole car and in material alone it would cost 1500.

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    Actually the bigger problem with monogram paint is the myths and inaccuracy that surround it.
    I have owned them on and off for 14 years and you absolutely can paint isolated areas and do not have to paint the whole car.
    It's easier to match than some 'normal' colours. It's just that a few people have horror stories and these get widely shared.
    The main down side is the cost of the paint per litre.

    Quote Originally Posted by SCP440 View Post
    Agree 100% but a big problem if you damage the paint, I looked at one in this colour before I bought mine and it needed a few bits doing ( stone chips and car park dings) and when I asked a friend who owns a body shop he said the only way to do it properly is to paint the hole car and in material alone it would cost 1500.

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    Steve- in your experience of Car Paint Shops ...CAN you possibly recommend any you’ve used and did a good job..the best one even .
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveTD View Post
    Actually the bigger problem with monogram paint is the myths and inaccuracy that surround it.
    I have owned them on and off for 14 years and you absolutely can paint isolated areas and do not have to paint the whole car.
    It's easier to match than some 'normal' colours. It's just that a few people have horror stories and these get widely shared.
    The main down side is the cost of the paint per litre.

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    the chap who painted my car is having a break from the industry for a few months. May be back next year. Others who have a good track record of painting these type of colours is Surface & Design (Blackpool) and Concept tPerformance (Sheffield) who are well known in my TVR circles.

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    Thanks Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveTD View Post
    Actually the bigger problem with monogram paint is the myths and inaccuracy that surround it.
    I have owned them on and off for 14 years and you absolutely can paint isolated areas and do not have to paint the whole car.
    It's easier to match than some 'normal' colours. It's just that a few people have horror stories and these get widely shared.
    The main down side is the cost of the paint per litre.
    Good to hear there's a more practical way to protect the paint.

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    194.jpg Newly listed today near Birmingham,
    MG ZT 260 in XPG, 66k miles, VIN #194

    To go directly to the Complete List post, click here:
    https://www.two-sixties.co.uk/mgoc26...521#post188521
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