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Old 11-03-2011, 11:49 AM   #21
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Lets just say there are bad things that could be said.
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I have had a lot of problems with their parts warping and fighting them to stand by their warranty. Not so much their paint.
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Thanks pascal. Been thru 2 bumpers with them and 4 side skirts and 2 spoilers. Fun times.
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Thanks, I guess they send all the bad in the bunch to me.
I have been hiding in the background for a few months now and sorry to read that you have had that many problems with Cervini parts...your stang looks great and you know I am partial to Cervini but dont like reading about a bad exp(s) with them.....sorry simplex...
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:23 PM   #22
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I have been hiding in the background for a few months now and sorry to read that you have had that many problems with Cervini parts...your stang looks great and you know I am partial to Cervini but dont like reading about a bad exp(s) with them.....sorry simplex...


Thanks man. I think I am becoming somewhat good with body work to keep it looking good. Its one of those things that after you fix a few times it gets put on a back burner. But I just found a localish body shop since I moved and will probably take it in soon. I just hate throwing thousands of dollars at parts I already paid for more than once. And even if you get cervinis to replace they do not cover the cost of getting things painted over... and over again.
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Old 04-13-2014, 01:33 PM   #23
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Whats up gents!?...well I have had my Cervini parts for almost 6 yrs now and no issues!...now Cervini did not paint any of the parts I have (that have no orange peel at all) but I would have to agree with many on here that the parts painted by them would be reputable and from what I have seen by others who had Cervini paint them they look great!...I think your safe to have them paint the parts for you...
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Mother's Day 5 years ago. Got it preprinted and in the last 6 months it has started blistering and peeling. The car (fenders, roof, etc) still look fine. Only the hood. So it's got to be Cervini's paint shop. Yes it's supposed to be warrantied, but if I remember correctly, they will repaint it if I ship it back to them. Which is more than just paying to have it painted locally. But i will be digging out my receipt and researching that some more.
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Dang spell check, prepainted, not preprinted
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I have all kinds of "plastic cervinis" on my car, and it's held up good enough.
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I have all kinds of "plastic cervinis" on my car, and it's held up good enough.
I have "plastic cervinis" window louvers on my GT500 and the paint match is beautiful and I have zero problems with them.
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I have "plastic cervinis" window louvers on my GT500 and the paint match is beautiful and I have zero problems with them.
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