Finally! PICS of the new wheels!!!

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by PSUPef2k, Aug 19, 2003.


  1. BABstangV6

    BABstangV6 Smater than the average bear!

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    00bluev6 3.8 Bouncer Founding Member

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    VERY clean looking car
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    Very nice! oh yeah and sicksix...that is the sweetest avatar ever!
  4. PSUPef2k

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  5. PSUPef2k

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    thanks!

    I'm going to S100 wax it tonight. :banana:
  6. MichaelB21

    MichaelB21 Not to sound gay or anything but when is the votin Founding Member

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    How did the S100 turn out?
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    Looks real nice!
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    Dayum..nice rims..im actually waiting for my order from AFS....what do you use to wax/clean your car? look'n shiny..
  9. PSUPef2k

    PSUPef2k Founding Member

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    the S100 turned out AMAZING!!!!!

    However, I didn't get a chance to take pics before it rained...I'll probably do another coat after the next time I wash it and get some pics!
  10. PSUPef2k

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    hey bro you gotta pretty good gloss to your car,what polish/wax you using?
  12. MichaelB21

    MichaelB21 Not to sound gay or anything but when is the votin Founding Member

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    I'm not sure if he is using a polish or not, but I know he said he is using S100. S100 is a wax (a caranuba I believe) that Harley owners wax their motorcycles with. It is good stuff, no doubt.

    I'm a Meguiars professional series fan myself, though.
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    Very nice looking car! :nice:
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    PSUPef2k Founding Member

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    PSUPef2k Founding Member

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    Meguiars #1 and #2 step and then S100 wax!!
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    its good stuff but it eats up clear coat..... over time you wind up with well no clear coat but it does take a good bit just sell it before that happens :)
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    OMG what an improvement. I went on car domain and saw your old rims on the car. It looks a million times better. Very nice taste, those rims suit the style of the car well. I think once you lower the car in the spring like you plan it's going to be BLING BLING. Nice work.
  18. MichaelB21

    MichaelB21 Not to sound gay or anything but when is the votin Founding Member

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    Ditch the Meguiars step 1 & 2 from their consumer line.

    Meguiars #9 swirl remover for prep work and Meguiars #7 show car glaze for polishing topped with something like #26 or S100 will be nice. The Meguiars NXT line up looks promising as well. I can't wait to get my hands on some. :nice:
  19. splatteredguts

    splatteredguts i just hate it when i blow too much, cause then i Founding Member

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    please, sir... that kind of language is not tolerated on these boards.:nono:


    :D
  20. PSUPef2k

    PSUPef2k Founding Member

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    i'll keep that in mind when I get my first major detailing of the spring (once the damn snow stops)!

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