If I wasn't so lazy, I would have taken pictures of the car! It is an odd combination of silver and dark brown metallic.PM 325xiT said::yikes: :yikes:
I think I just passed out for 30 seconds :eeps:
I can understand your weather - I am from Seattle!Desertnate said:Don't feel bad. My car was just as dirty if not worse untill this weekend. Here in the UK I have had three weeks straight of wet fog, mist, drizzle, pouring rain, and frost (which brings out the sand/salt trucks). THREE WEEKS!:banghead:
Sunday we had a break in the weather and I ran out for a quick wash...since then it rained and the fog/mist has returned I have given up on having a clean car until May.Patrick 320d said:
I can understand your weather - I am from Seattle!
Post a picture of your BMW; lets see whose is most in need of detailing! Alee will shit himself in the mean time ...
Great for washing the car during the winter (the floor is even heated!), but I am now seeing the downside. With the road salting, I will be washing the wheel wells after any day of above zero weather ...Brashland said:Tile garage, fancy!
Give me a week without washing!Desertnate said:I guess you hold the title for the "car most needing a good bath" unless some of the New England folks start posting their snow/salt/mud/yuck pics.
You're not kidding...Patrick 320d said:
DAMN GOOD idea! With this weather, I could do some serious business!
Lets see. The sun rose this morning at 0858 and set 1607. With all of the rain and fog (and my jet lag) I haven't been sure how long the day was.Desertnate said:You're not kidding...
Do you have daylight problems like I do? I am sure they are worse than where I am. If I can find some decent weather, I then have to plan my day so that I can use some of the 8 hours of light to wash the car. If it is cloudy or foggy, knock that figure down to 6 or so...