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when i was done i asked for a "ride" and get this, the owner handed me the keys and said "i'll let ya drive, just dont scare me" :roxor:

so anyway, got her out on I-35, got up to about 70 mph and layed into the pedal. i let out when my client grabbed hold of the dash. damn those cars pull hard and i think it started pulling even harder around 120, thats when Bob reached for the dash :banana:

i never got anywhere near needing to be in 6th gear :ne_nau:

anyway, here's a couple of pics... no tire shine, long dirt driveway :wacko:

there's only 2 pics, figured you guys know what they look like :D

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sweet man! you get to have all the fun.
 

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Hey Robert, I had a question for ya:

What's a good way to get the polish/wax build up out of the gaps in the trim and off the plastic stuff?
Any easy tips??
 

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the best way to keep it off the plastic is to go around and mask off your plastic. back to black, etc works pretty well for removing it if you happen to get it on the plastic. horse hair brush, corner of a microfiber or a soft toothbrush will remove it from the cracks and crevices
 

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Eastcoast5.0 said:
Lucky man, it looks great. I love fresh paint!

this car came from Dearborn with high speed buffer swirls and a couple of minor burns... we took care of them ;D
 

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do you have a good web site to buy good car care products off of here in Wyoming theres not alot of good places for car car except wal-mart LOL
 

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ALITL8 said:
the best way to keep it off the plastic is to go around and mask off your plastic. back to black, etc works pretty well for removing it if you happen to get it on the plastic. horse hair brush, corner of a microfiber or a soft toothbrush will remove it from the cracks and crevices
Thanks man, I think I need a brush :thumb:
 

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Dalamar said:
ALITL8 said:
the best way to keep it off the plastic is to go around and mask off your plastic. back to black, etc works pretty well for removing it if you happen to get it on the plastic. horse hair brush, corner of a microfiber or a soft toothbrush will remove it from the cracks and crevices
Thanks man, I think I need a brush :thumb:

you bet, just remember to be gentle with whatever you use :thumb:
 

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wow ur a lucky sob, i would have been giggling like 13yr. old girl in her first date!!!!
 

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97vertstang said:
wow ur a lucky sob, i would have been giggling like 13yr. old girl in her first date!!!!

it was a thrill to say the least...



hey did you hear? I GOT TO DRIVE AN 07 SHELBY!!!!! ;D
 

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I wonder what it would take to get one of those to keep up with a c6 zo6....



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