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Old 01-24-2012, 04:05 PM   #1
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Pics after wash and wax

Decided to take a break from making the fiberglass sub box and clean her up.

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Re: Pics after wash and wax

damn, I cant wait til spring warm weather! I still wash it but nothing's like a FULL detail in the afternoon and an evening cruise afterwards!!!
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Yeah, I couldn't resist taking her out for a joy ride. I can't wait until I finish my fiberglass box to get the sub back in!!
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Looks very good! Cant wait also for some warm weather up here!
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Re: Pics after wash and wax

Niceee, I took some pictures of mine the other day. I'll post em up when I get home!
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My third brake light was fading so I went ahead and sanded it some and put a few coats of clear. Grabbing a picture now...
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My third brake light was fading so I went ahead and sanded it some and put a few coats of clear. Grabbing a picture now...
nice i never thought of doing that .. i just got an LED light but that looks awesome !
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Yeah its a great way to bring back fading lenses, super easy to do as well.
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Just washed her today
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ProjectPony! I LOVE THAT COLOR! What is that color called?? Is it called Mineral Grey? Never seen one like that out here in South Dakota... LOL seriously...
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Mineral grey, paint code CX I believe

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Nice pics 98projectpony. I had a 94, I'm one of the few that like the 94-98 body styles.
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Mineral grey, paint code CX I believe

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Nice pics 98projectpony. I had a 94, I'm one of the few that like the 94-98 body styles.
Thx I love it to but thinking about trading her in around November for an 00-04 gt
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damn, I cant wait til spring warm weather! I still wash it but nothing's like a FULL detail in the afternoon and an evening cruise afterwards!!!
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My third brake light was fading so I went ahead and sanded it some and put a few coats of clear. Grabbing a picture now...
Did u take it off or do it while it's still on the car. And what grit sand paper did you use
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I took it off. Used 400 grit, then wet sanded it with 800.
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I took it off. Used 400 grit, then wet sanded it with 800.
Sweet thanks man I'm gonna have to do mine yours looks killer
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Just take your time with the clear coat, I did four light coats, and then two medium coats.

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I used krylon clear coat for plastics. I've also used this process on headlights before to make em nice and new looking.
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