It's not just ours, guys. It's all mustangs. There's nothing you can really do about it. The pieces are plastic, and each of those waves are where the clips are underneath. Being in the autobody business, trust me, it's not worth fooling with them. Just my opinion.....bugs the heck out of me too, though.
4542's right. it's ALL mustangs! i was very unhappy about mis-allignment/uneveness along the bottom of the C-pillar and my service Mgr. told me to go out in their lot and look at ALL the other Mustangs.......damn if he wasn't dead on!
he said it would be just as likely to make it worse if i tried to have them "fix" it
I think there is hope for the C-pillars but it will take the work of a skilled and patient bodyshop person. When I took delivery of my yellow coupe at Freedom Ford Norfolk, VA I had lots of paint problems which were pretty common to the chrome yellow stangs. Anyway, the staff at the bodyshop there took great care of me and fixed the problem. Afterwords the paint finish on the C-pillars was just as even and smooth as the on the rest of the car. Only drawback was that they had my car for about 10 days.
I too agree with the leave it alone if you can live with it philosophy.I have had the misfortune of having a new car painted on and it looked worse every time that the touched,they finally had to buy it back.
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