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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-24-2012, 08:13 AM Thread Starter
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I need to get my GT500 worked on. Bad swirl marks and oxidation. Some one help me out.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-24-2012, 08:15 AM
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Note: Oxidization shows that you've not been waxing your car. The wax is a sacrificial barrier to protect from soil and helps filter UV and oxygen from tearing up your paint.

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I bought it used and I'm not waxing someone's else's disaster.

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I bought it used and I'm not waxing someone's else's disaster.
Ooh, yeah, I've been there before.

Yeah, that's going to need some proper buffing to get past that. Brian (3rd gen) is the man.

For as many hours as it takes, it's amazing people don't charge more for a proper detailing.

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Does he do that as a side job? I like his work and I'm getting too lazy to properly take care of my ride.

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Another recommendation for Brian (ThirdgenTA). He did a great job, was very reasonable, and worked me into his schedule.
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Another recommendation for Brian (ThirdgenTA). He did a great job, was very reasonable, and worked me into his schedule.
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I need to get my GT500 worked on. Bad swirl marks and oxidation. Some one help me out.
Didnt you and Jeff discuss this at our first cage day?

I dont know his schedule, but id reach out to him, i know his work is top notch

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