|04-18-2010 04:38 AM|
|bruceinmiami||hows your tally spg?|
|04-18-2010 04:28 AM|
what a sweet looking car ! i miss my 74 ems.
anyone have a 99 in south florida ?
|04-17-2010 10:53 AM|
|BurnsSide42||Should bring this to Carlisle this year - the 99 Turbo section seems to get larger each year.|
|05-25-2009 07:41 AM|
|05-25-2009 04:24 AM|
Next time, you may want to do a simple rubbing compound before you wax.
old, single-stage paint can/will clean up by hand, and will make the car look like a million bucks.
otherwise... it looks AWESOME!
|05-25-2009 03:43 AM|
I used 3M Cleaner wax.
It's definitely a 10 foot car. There are spots where the Cardinal Red came back beautifully, mostly on the sides of the car. But it's a 200,000 mile Nevada car with a lot of sun-blasting, and the roof and hood just did not come all the way back. Plus the spots on the hatch where the paint has thinned so much you can see the undercoat.
Plans? Keep on fixing things. Ultimately it'll need a full paint job and an interior redo. Before then I want to to get it fully sorted out mechanically, and there's a whole bunch of items on that list. It needs a fuel accumulator, a clutch, some wiring help, a new starter, and a water pump rebuild. At the moment it runs really hot, and the second cooling fan doesn't turn on, so I'm limited to short, local trips.
|05-24-2009 08:52 PM|
What a difference. Nice work.
|05-24-2009 08:51 PM|
i see some 3m performance wax
what are the future plans?
|05-24-2009 08:43 PM|
|Carl||I love the way Cardinal Red cleans up. What cocktail of waxes/glaze/compounds did you use?|
|05-24-2009 08:06 PM|
Waxing the 99 Turbo - no 56k
Show I washed and waxed the 99 Turbo today. The obligatory pics:
Here's the Before pic:
In the middle:
And a couple of arty shots: