For some automotive enthusiasts the dream of owning anything that comes from the factory with a Rosso Corsa paint job is a lifelong ambition, however there are a few Ferraristas who will readily trade in their racing red paint job for a more stealth like flat black finish. That is where the guys from E25 step in to completely wrap this Ferrari F430 with one of their matte black vinyl conversion, and just watching them work might be worth it. However the best part about a vinyl wrap as opposed to a re spray is that for one the only mess you have to clean up are the scraps of black vinyl that fall to the floor as opposed to multiple stages of sanding and then priming before you can even paint; but if you grow tired of the stealth fighter look all you have to do is peel back the plastic to reveal that beautiful Rosso Corsa finish.


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  (780) posted on 02.4.2010

Cool. That actually is a good way for criminals to hide up their car easily after a bank job or so. Lol. I wonder if the material wont fly out on high speed travels.

  (780) posted on 12.18.2009

Well it’s like I’m watching Pimp my Ride and the men who wrap up the Ferrari f430 to a new matte design on which it will be called as the "Black Spider Stallion". IMO, they’re really focused on what they are doing and I think if I’m going to design my car, I will consider dealing my car with them.

  (238) posted on 12.7.2009

Makes the car deadlier.... I’m not sure I know what that means. Sure, red is the signature sport car color, but I can think of plenty of cars that look better in black including the Nissan GT-R. I am actually considering buying a black f430, not matte black though. There is one really nice matte black F430 out there though. The Tu Nero F430 looks stunning in Matte Black. The Gt-R pulled it off as well looking not too bad.

  (815) posted on 12.7.2009

Red is a perfect color for a race car. And wanting to make it black isn’t exactly absurd. But I think, combining red and black in a car is better. It makes the car deadlier.

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