waxed the wifes car

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Dalamar, Nov 3, 2006.

  1. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    We love this car, it's a Freestlye, ton's of usable room, smaller than a MINIVAN!!! and has all the options we want, dual heat, leather, heated seats ect. I can sit in the second row seats and I'm 6'6"
    I even like the stock wheels. It has that CVT tranny that never shifts, it's nice and smooth.
    this model has the DOHC v6, 210 HP and gets 21 mpg city, and around 25 hwy.
    We like it!

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    6'6 are you kin to that butler off the adams family :rollinglaugh: :rollinglaugh: :rollinglaugh: :rollinglaugh: good looking ride :)
     
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    looks good man.
     
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    Jeff, when are you gonna start dtailing for a living? nice work again!! if im not mistaken though you didnt wash the wheel wells :dunno: reach back there and get some, man!!
     
  5. Dalamar

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    Thanks Robert, good eye man, I actually ran out of time, I need to flitz the wheels, and clean / shine the tires.
    I got that flitz power ball, used it on my dad's wheels, and man that saves a ton of time!
    I usually scrub around the well when I scrub the tires.


    I'll get that done for ya!



    The whole front of it is clear bra'd - from half way up the hood foreward.
    Hence - no chips :)
    I like that stuff.
     
  6. NotQuik

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    apparently you like your wifes clear bra...where did you get it from, I want one for my wife as well...being she doesn't always get a chance to keep up on her front end. How much did it run if you don't mind my asking, and how difficult was it to install?
     
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    Clear bra's FTW :rockyou:



    I got it from a tint/clearbra place here in town.

    they have computer cut out's for all car's, fit's good, and they install it.
    It was about 400 bucks, including across the roof, and the head/fog lights.

    You want the 3M brand bra, other's go yellow over time.
     
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    awesome, money well spent IMO. I just seen the thread with your f150 having it as well. I was looking at the cheap stuff on ebay but this is good to know, didn't think about them turning yellow.