35th Anniv Some Pictures of my 35th!

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  1. Fink132

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    Here's the latest pictures of my ride to date. I spent a considerable amount of time buffing/detailing her to get her ready for a car show we had here last weekend. She's not 100% perfect, but as you can see, a lot better then she was. To date she has 95,400kms on her. Hope you enjoy!

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    At The car show:
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    Getting ready to do the same for a show here in Utah this weekend. Looks much better.
     
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    VOORHEES Stangnet's "35th Limited Edition" VIN Guy
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    Much better!! :nice:
     
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    Great job! :hail2:
     
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    Thanks guys! I will probably do it again sometime in the near future to make it as close to 100% as I can.
     
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    What did you use to get all the scratch marks out??? My bullitt needs whatever you're using, I have a ton of these marks in the paint. Howd you do it??
     

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