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Old 07-05-2011, 03:27 PM   #1
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5 Day Epic Detail - Restoring a hammered F350

Heres some of the before/after highlights, for the full writeup click below. Over 250 pics, far too many to repost here. Enjoy!

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Re: 5 Day Epic Detail - Restoring a hammered F350

nice, my sister in law just picked up a new F350 (well new to them its an 05 model) and its in need of a good bit of TLC no doubt
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nice that thing looks good.. what do u use for the plastic?
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Thats my favorite body style and color of the super duties. Awesome detail work there!
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That looks awesome. I like how the plastics came out lookin good.
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Re: 5 Day Epic Detail - Restoring a hammered F350

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nice, my sister in law just picked up a new F350 (well new to them its an 05 model) and its in need of a good bit of TLC no doubt
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nice that thing looks good.. what do u use for the plastic?
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That looks awesome. I like how the plastics came out lookin good.
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Re: 5 Day Epic Detail - Restoring a hammered F350

i checked out the site but i cant find anything for foggy headlights..is there anything on there?
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Awesome work Dylan and all the plastics came out looking amazing. FYI,I ordered my great white microfiber drying towel and was very surprized how fast the shipping was. It was here before the weekend. I havent had a chance to pull the car out and give it a test run. Hopefully I will want to toss the water sprite after all is said and done.
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looks really good dude, looks like it took a while from all the pics.
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That's niceee. How much you charge lol. My dads truck is in need of some serious restoration
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