Glad I could help. I believe they sell a special spray that takes the plasti-dip right off. Good luck!Just clicking around stumbled upon this forum and found your post. I just picked up the same year and color scheme as yours. Mine is not as clean as yours but it is solid and one of the previous owners installed a 6 speed, which boosts the fun factor a notch. The person I bought the car from said he plasti-dipped the rear bumper cover to hide some paint chips which are still quite visible. He thought it looked good so he proceeded to continue until it didn't, so he stopped. The dip is very thin and is softening up with goo gone, but I have some work ahead of me. I'm in PA and not very motivated to get outside with a pressure washer this time of year. Seeing pictures of what mine can look like may motive me to bundle up an get it done. Thanks.
smooth rides are the best! and awesome car you have there too!And the Fortune Autos are in! Just started breaking them in but so far I'm very impressed. Even at the factory rebound settings I'm soaking up bumps and pot holes that would toss the car around before. On my daily commute there's a bridge with a large transition that causes a car to bounce a few times before settling. Even in my FRS with BC coils no matter what setting I had the rear on it would still bounce. On my way home yesterday I went over the transition and the car settled instantly after the jump. I drove home with the biggest grin on my face.