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Old 04-25-2015, 10:00 AM
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Looking good! How's the GT3
Thanks.

About the GT3, one word: RAW !
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Thank you everybody for the compliments
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Today I removed a few water spots from the front hood with Meguiar's ScratchX 2.0. Then rewaxed it with P21S Concours Carnauba Wax to protect the paint.

ScratchX 2.0 its a very light product (clear coat safe) that won't damage the paint





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Very nice EC!! Any planned changes to the car?
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Originally Posted by EMC2 View Post
Very nice EC!! Any planned changes to the car?
Thanks! No mods planned for now. Like I always say; I am more of a stock guy
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Originally Posted by ElectricChair View Post
Thanks! No mods planned for now. Like I always say; I am more of a stock guy
With a GT3 just a few feet away, I think I understand
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This weekend I did a complete interior detailing including leather cleaning and conditioning with lexol.



































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That looks beautiful!!
Great work.
I love the sports steering wheel. Just fitted the same one on my 911.
Did yours come with it, or did you fit it yourself?
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very very nice.

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This weekend I did a complete interior detailing including leather cleaning and conditioning with lexol.



































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Originally Posted by ElectricChair View Post
Today I removed a few water spots from the front hood with Meguiar's ScratchX 2.0. Then rewaxed it with P21S Concours Carnauba Wax to protect the paint.

ScratchX 2.0 its a very light product (clear coat safe) that won't damage the paint
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To stay in the P21S family you can clean the paint with P21S Cleanser - HERE.
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Originally Posted by EMC2 View Post
That looks beautiful!!
Great work.
I love the sports steering wheel. Just fitted the same one on my 911.
Did yours come with it, or did you fit it yourself?
Mine is stock, option code: 840 SportDesign Steering Wheel

This is one of the most beautiful steering wheels of all times IMO.

I like the vintage look and the paddles are so practical!
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To stay in the P21S family you can clean the paint with P21S Cleanser - HERE.
Thanks, I have added it to my cart
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Thanks, I have added it to my cart
Re Leather careů as sparingly as possible and never Lexol if you want to preserve the matte/low sheen new look. I only use
Sonus (Cleaner and Conditioner) Sonus (Cleaner and Conditioner)
- works great, as per instructions and a little goes long way.
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Re Leather careů as sparingly as possible and never Lexol if you want to preserve the matte/low sheen new look. I only use Sonus (Cleaner and Conditioner) - works great, as per instructions and a little goes long way.

Thanks, I will try the sonus conditioner next time but I am very happy with lexol products.

I only clean the leather once a year or so since I don't drive much and I always try to avoid black jeans when I take her for a spin.

I have been using lexol for years with no-shiny look results. The trick is to let the conditioner sit for a few minutes and wipe it off with a dry microfiber towel.
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I didn't think that the wide body offset OEM wheels would work 100% on a narrow body, great to know as I'm looking for a set just like yours.

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