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I was SO STOKED to work on this baby! I knew it had some cool custom touches, was loved by the owner (despite the lack of proper paint care), and it had been painted by Goolsby Customs, so I knew I was dealing with a righteous ride!! This client GLADLY ordered up the finishing coat of Adam's Patriot Wax, after seeing results on my FB page from other cars. Here we go!



  • Gentle hose off engine bay with Adam's Firehose Nozzle to remove dust & surface dirt
  • Blow dry critical areas of engine bay with Metro Vac Sidekick Blaster
  • Full 2-bucket wash with Adam's Car Wash Shampoo & Adam's All Purpose Cleaner to strip old protection
  • Clay bar vehicle with leftover rinse water, Adam's Detail Spray, & Adam's Great White Drying Towel
  • Polish vehicle with Rupes LHR21 Bigfoot & Cyclo Polisher
  • 3 passes of Adam's Correction Polish & Adam's Microfiber Cutting Pad / 1 pass of Adam's Finishing Polish & Adam's White Foam Pad
  • Wipedown car with Adam's Waterless Wash & Waterless Wash towel to remove polishing dust
  • Detail door & hatch jambs with Adam's Detail Spray & Adam's Utility Towel
  • Apply Adam's Brilliant Glaze with Rupes & Adam's Red Glaze Pad
  • Apply Adam's Patriot Wax
  • Dress engine bay with Adam's In/Out Spray & Adam's SVRT
  • Seal wheels with another brand Rim Sealant (client request)
  • Treat all plastic, rubber, & tires with Adam's SVRT
  • Quick vacuum interior
  • Treat all interior panels with Adam's Total Interior Detailer
  • Clean glass with Adam's Glass Cleaner & towel
  • Final inspection handled by Adam's Detail Spray & Adam's Double Soft Towel

Ooooooontoooooo the pics
Paint upon inspection, after clay:














During Polishing:


















Afters:



















































































This thing was a blast. Static dropped on coilovers & sittin' RIGHT. And I'm normally not a huge fan of chrome.....but on this car, for some reason....I really dug it!! Hope you enjoyed reading as much as I did detailing it!!
 

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Dang Chase, stop makin us feel bad!

J/K ;)


So how long did it take you? 10-15 hours min?

Darn good job as always man...really shocked to see the difference in the 50/50 during polishing.

Funny thing, most folks can either get into performance mods or get bitten by the detailing / aesthetic bug.

Very rarely that you come across someone that has a good balance of both.

:beerchug:
 

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Dang Chase, stop makin us feel bad!

J/K ;)


So how long did it take you? 10-15 hours min?

Darn good job as always man...really shocked to see the difference in the 50/50 during polishing.

Funny thing, most folks can either get into performance mods or get bitten by the detailing / aesthetic bug.

Very rarely that you come across someone that has a good balance of both.

:beerchug:
Dude, lol. :) You're funny. And THANK YOU. I really appreciate that bud!
niiiiiiiiiiice.........
WTH are you doing over here??! :)
 
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