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    Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club at Meguiar’s

    Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club at Meguiar’s

    Packing them in!



    Full Class!



    Good friends and good times at Meguiar's!

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    Hey Mike:

    Looks like you had a great turnout for this weekends class. After having grown up in the custom Corvette business I obviously still love these cars today. I truly miss each of the Corvettes that I have owned over the years, as they are amazing cars that have literally defined American performance ever since '53.

    Were there any earlier generation cars there or any with outrageous paint jobs? If so I'd love to see any additional photos that you may have shot of this event.

    Good Job!!!

    Regards,

    Ken Little

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    Thumbs up Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club

    Mike,
    Had a great time Sat. A lot of great info, and the pizza was great too.
    Thanks again,
    Raul

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    I love to see all that fiberglass and plastic at the G.O.

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    Mike:

    Thanks again for a great learning experience. It was a good time. Looking forward to trying Mequiar's products on my wife's black Volvo. Maybe I can bring it back to life with the tips you provided.

    Best Wishes,
    Mark

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    Hi Mike,

    I would like to express our appreciation for the detailing class you and Tim conducted for our Corvette Club. You guys did a fabulous job!!! It was great and everyone's questions were answered and certainly walked away with a lot more knowledge on paint car and using Meguire's products.

    Both of the cars that we detailed as a group turned out fantastic and I'm sure that their owners will talk about their experience for quite some time.

    Let me know when your pictures are posted to your website and I'll let our club members.

    Again, the board of directors and the entire membership of the Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club wish to thank you for a wonderful event.

    Best Regards,

    Howard Butler
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    Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club

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    more pics??

    I love those vettes and always interested in your Classes/events.

    I'm trying to talk the wife into a C5 and some pics may help!!??

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    Originally posted by karll
    more pics??

    I love those vettes and always interested in your Classes/events.

    I'm trying to talk the wife into a C5 and some pics may help!!??
    Hi Karl,

    I usualy try to get the pictures from the previous Saturday class, processed and uploaded during the first Monday after the event, so stay tuned.
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    When it comes to arriving at Meguiar's, there are two distinct methods of which this takes place, one way is randomly, the otherway is by caravan. The way you tell the difference without ever seeing the cars as they arrive is by the sound in the air. You see when a caravan of Corvettes arives... you can hear it because there's a rumble in the air!















    This doesn't look like a Corvette?
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    After everyone arrives, enjoys some coffee and donuts, stretches their legs and talks a little shop, we start with the classroom portion. Before the class starts, we ask for questions and park them on the dry erase board while we go through the Power Point Presentation. The goal is to see if we answer them all through the coarse of the presentation and if not, afterwards we do our best to address and answer each questions.



    Todays class is very full and this makes for a lively period of questions and answers after the Power Point Presentation.

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