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I have had my 2007 Mustang GT for right at three years. I have 54,000 miles on it. While washing it, I noticed the paint is peeling on the quater panels underneath the back glass. I have been in contact with the local dealership as well as Detroit. It appears that I will get no help. I do not think that it is unreasonable for the paint to last while I am still paying for the car. I really was wanting to get my wife a new Ford after I paid the Stang off, but the inferior paint job has changed my mind. I just wanted to share my bad experience with everyone. Maybe you can catch this problem while it is under warranty.
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yea the quality control of the paint is not very good I think..on my 2010 stang on the very bottom of the door was a paint bubble that popped while drying when it was painted so its like 2 small craters. I also have a few pieces of dirt you can see was painted over as well. i mean the bubbles are not really able to see..i only saw them when my car was on a lift and I was eye level with the bottom of the door. either way it seems the paint process needs some fine tuning.
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