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Old 10-05-2015, 06:31 PM   #71
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It looks great! Can't wait to see it up close!
Thanks, Rob! The only thing I don't like are the poopy windshield washer squirters...Cervinis kinda phoned it in with those.
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You sure can't see them in that pic. I will take your word for it but I still really like it.
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Well, looks like they got the color match pretty good.

Anybody need an OEM hood with some paint bubbling but no bends/dings/dents? I'll give ya a good price.
Love that hood! Looks real nice.
Any do's or don'ts as far as polishing/waxing, etc?
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Looks great! Think the standard is 30 days before waxing...if that's what you're asking?
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Looks great! Think the standard is 30 days before waxing...if that's what you're asking?
Yes that's what i was asking. Reason being, there seems to be different standards for different paint shops.
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I'm no paint expert. I'd go with the recommendation of the shop that painted the car.
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^I forgot to ask about it...LOL. I'd heard 30 days too. It was painted last week, so I'll probably be hands-off until just before the Club Mud Cruise.

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You sure can't see them in that pic. I will take your word for it but I still really like it.
They're on the underside of the hood, but are the old-style type (little metal tubes with nozzle tips) and don't spray the windshield well. The tubes also like to come off from the pressure of the washer fluid being pumped...I'll futz with it tomorrow.
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