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Triviawayne
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10/11/2020 11:15 am  

Every year, I get it detailed at OCD in Neffs.  He does great work.  (610) 217-2856

 


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livetodrive
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10/11/2020 8:44 pm  

How much? It looks fantastic!


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Triviawayne
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11/11/2020 7:39 am  

@livetodrive

$200

 

He charges me less than other people because the car is small and I keep it clean, and I’m reasonable about my expectations (I told him don’t go crazy trying to get out all the dog hair, I’ll probably have the dog when I get the car anyway). 

I can’t find any dog hair in it. 

 

I mainly get it done for the wax job, but love my ultra clean interior. 


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CTt3MX5
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12/11/2020 9:29 pm  

I gotta agree with Louie, that looks fantastic!

Seeing that I DD mine, it would make more sense to do it in the Spring.  🙂

2016 ST GT aka Ghost


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Triviawayne
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12/11/2020 10:42 pm  

@ctt3mx5

mine is my daily driver, pre winter is best to keep away the salt and brine with the protective coat of wax. 

if I had the money, I’d also have it done in May. 


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CTt3MX5
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14/11/2020 4:56 pm  

@triviawayne

For pre winter I have thought about getting a Krown or other type of rust proofing done to the under carriage.  I never did on any of my other vehicles but seriously considering it for the ND.

2016 ST GT aka Ghost


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