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    1968 Ford Mustang GT

    So the owner wanted me to "freshen" up the look of his 1968 Ford Mustang GT, because it was "shameful" to be seen in due to how dirty it was. Unfortunately, he didn't want the works with swirl removal because he was eventually going to get a repaint because he needed to get some body work done on the rust spots.

    Wash with ONR
    Wheels with Multi Piece Wheel Cleaner
    Tires with APC with Foam Sprayer
    Trim with NXT All Metal Polysh
    Hard Top with ASD
    Tires With ASD
    (Tires and Hard top sucked up the ASD like that so I soaked them down and let them sit with ASD, then wiped off excess)
    Vacuum interior
    Glass with D Line Glass Cleaner
    M20

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    (sorry I didn't snag a before of one with the GT on the hub)








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    Keep in mind this car is still being restored and is located outside at a house on the bluffs of the Ocean, so the metal needs to be replaced in many areas.

    Luckily He is going to have me detail his 67 Mustang and let me do all my magic on it, as it is fully restored

    I once put swirls in my paint just to see what it looked like.

    I don't always detail cars, but when I do, I prefer Meguiar's.
    Remove swirls my friends.

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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    Double Post

    I once put swirls in my paint just to see what it looked like.

    I don't always detail cars, but when I do, I prefer Meguiar's.
    Remove swirls my friends.

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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    Here is a Video I also created for it:

    http://animoto.com/play/F4yI7iClZfBn...autostart=true

    I once put swirls in my paint just to see what it looked like.

    I don't always detail cars, but when I do, I prefer Meguiar's.
    Remove swirls my friends.

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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    Nice work andrew.A car that i really love too.

    definitely worth getting the repairs done.

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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    Fantastic job! Cool car too!
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    Nice job!

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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    Nice car and nicely freshend up!
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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    for what you did, it looks great!! the black looked so wet.
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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    Great work, very nice improvement for a wash & wax. Awesome car (of course I'm biased LOL)

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    Re: 1968 Ford Mustang GT

    Awesome work Andrew. Those tires came out nice as well.
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