Re: Test drove a Spyder last weekend
I can provide some insight on using a car with a low front spoiler as a daily driver. Two weeks ago, I replaced for the fourth time since 2013 the lower lip on my GTS with Aerokit Cup. The part in primer is just under $600 Canadian, and taking it to the body shop to get it sprayed in Basalt Black costs another $500 or so. The last two, I've done 4-5 coats of black PlastiDip, which matches nearly perfectly with the unpainted side skirts and rear valance (and looks better than shiny black paint, IMO). The reality is that no matter how careful you are, a car with a low front end that gets used every day is going to take some damage.
2018 Boxster S, 6-speed, GT Silver (in the ED queue)
2012 Cayman S, PDK, Platinum Silver/Black
2015 MB GLA 250 4MATIC, Grey/Black