This is a 1969 Chevy Corvette 427 Stingray. I had the privilege of installing Owners Pride Ceramic Detailer on this incredible car. When my client contacted me, she wanted to know more about this thing called ceramic coatings. As we talked, I discovered this 1969 Chevy Corvette a great deal of sentimental value. It was her late husbands car.
This is a special version of a 1969 Chevy Corvette 427 Stingray
This is a rare version of 1969 Chevy Corvette 427 Stingray. This car only has 1800 original miles on it. Obviously it has sit for a long time. While allowing a car to sit may seem like a good idea. It is not. It can often time, end up costing more just to keep it updated. Even though a person may not be using the car, it still needs to be driven. When it gets driven, the wheel bearings get lubricated. The belts get used and they don’t start to dry rot. Oil gets run through the engine the inner parts of the engine get lubed up as well. Now she hires a special driver to come out the farm and drive it once a week.
Areas of concern on this 1969 Chevy Corvette 427 Stingray
When my client contacted me about this 427 Stingray, she said she wanted to maintaining the car because it starting to deteriorate. She wanted to get the paint fixed with it being a canary yellow, the paint was starting to fade.
Multiple Options to Choose From
I met with my client to discuss our course of action regarding this 1969 Chevy Corvette 427 Stingray. We covered pretty much every exterior coating Owners Pride offers. Some of those options include, OP Ceramic, OP Ceramic Detail, OP Ceramic Plus, OP Wheel Coating, and OP Tire Coating. We also discussed our window coating Opti-Coat Glass is a fantastic proverbial shield for your windows. With our specific window cleaner and maintenance we can make the window coating last indefinitely. I also mentioned coating the outside surface of the wheels which will reduce brake dust sediment on the wheels themselves.
Qualifications by the IDA is a Must
I told her my training and education in the detail industry is extensive. My training is certified by The International Detail Association (The IDA). I am one of only two Skills Validated and Certified Detailers in North Central Florida. When we are done with our training, each installer can tell you why a coating will have different reactions on different paint surfaces and how to address these issues. This matters because on this 427 Stingray, the paint is very old and special precautions are needed to make sure the paint is never damaged in the process.
We Installed Owners Pride Ceramic Detailer on this 1969 Chevy Corvette 427 Stingray
My client took some time and thought about what she wanted to be done. She decided to go with my Owners Pride Ceramic Detailer package. This package is one of our most popular coatings. It will protect her 1969 Chevy Corvette 427 Stingray up to 1 year.
The cost is better then an actual sealant, because it delivers a ceramic coating experience for those who are (on the fence) about the purchase of a professional grade ceramic coating like OP. All 3 provide outstanding protection and durability.