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Is 35 Coats of Clear Coat Too Much?

Is 35 Coats of Clear Coat Too Much?
Fresh from the factory, most cars come with at a shiny clear coating to give it a shine and to protect its painted finish. I’m not sure how many coats OEMs typically apply, but I can say with 100% certainty that they don’t use 35 coats.
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Designer Proposes Lada Supercar Concept

Designer Proposes Lada Supercar Concept
Russian automaker Lada, is perhaps best known for building tiny cars with uninspired designs and questionable build quality, like these from the 1980s, for example. But Russian designer Dmitry Lazarev wants to change all that and has come up with a design-only concept for a LADA supercar that he’d like to see the company adopt.
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From the Vaults: 1980s LADA Car Commercial

From the Vaults: 1980s LADA Car Commercial
Russia’s “classic” LADA cars have a reputation for poor build quality, bad performance, terrible handling, and a complete lack of safety for occupants. But that doesn’t mean their marketing department didn’t try to convince unsuspecting buyers that the cars were brilliant, taking anything you could dish out.
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