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Bad Rabbit
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It seems I spend more time cleaning it than driving it...but hey, whatever makes you happy:)

-Freshly washed using sheepskin mitt and Meguiar's Deep Crystal Wash
-Waxed by hand with Meguiar's #26 Hi-Tech Yellow Carnuba Wax
-Trim dressed with Poor Boy's Trim Restorer
-Tires dressed with Black Magic

I wash weekly, though I only wax every couple months.
I will do another complete detail which inludes polishing, glazing and waxing via machine at the end of the year before storage.

I also put on my new roundel!
 

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Driv'N In Sunny Cali
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Nice detailing job on your car. Still need to do mine before the end of summer.
 

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very nice!!! :thumbup:


somthing that ive found that does a remarkably good job at restoring faded trim is tire gloss. It may not last as long as the real stuff, however i got my car a couple months back, put some gloss on there and its been pitch black ever since. :)
 

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I Am The Machine
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Looking good.

Is that pinstriping?! What color? It almost looks pastel orange in the picture, but I'm sure that's not it :rofl:
 

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Bad Rabbit
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Looking good.

Is that pinstriping?! What color? It almost looks pastel orange in the picture, but I'm sure that's not it :rofl:
Thanks guys,

Actually you aren't far off. It's more of a goldenrod color with dark red below it.
Don't know who came up with that color pattern:confused:, though I guess the goldenrod color is supposed to match my interior.
 

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looks good put a pic on with some sunshine on
cade 318 your car looks awsome
 

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cool, looks clean and pleasantly stock. I also did mine on the weekend btw.

Nice job on replacing roundels, mine also need some changing.
 
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