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ian51279

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About ian51279

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 05/12/1979

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    AL

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  • Location
    Decatur, AL
  • Occupation
    Rocket Scientist
  • Vehicle Year
    2013
  • Vehicle Make
    Ford
  • Vehicle Model
    Mustang Boss 302
  • Real Name
    Ian
  1. Nothing more to add than those above me. Just wanted to say you have the best color Mustang.
  2. Official Beading Photo Thread

    After a rain shower last week
  3. Edjumacate me on H20 Guard Gloss

    I just ordered my first batch of this with the latest sale. I wasn't sure how it would work on my Grabber Blue Boss, but you just sold me.
  4. 2013 Boss 302

    I usually have a couple but someone turned the humidity to "high" that day and I needed one desperately. Thanks, Chris! I figured it changed, but I have so much left of the old I decided to skip it this order. I'll probably get some on the next sale. It's my favorite, barely, over Gotta Have It Green. Took me awhile to find this one. Not many out there. Thank you. Not many at all. From what I've researched, 1 of 401 with the option of the Recaro Seats.
  5. Boss

    Pictures of my 2013 Boss 302
  6. 2013 Boss 302

    I picked up a new-to-me car 3 weeks ago and finally got around to giving it a proper detail. This car came out of West Texas so it was very dusty, the jambs are a nightmare. Overall the car was in decent shape with a few scuffs and scrapes, she just needed to be Adamized. 1. Friday: I did the dirty work; cleaned the engine, wash, clay. 2. Saturday: I hit big scrapes/scuffs with Severe Swirl Remover and a green pad. After a couple passes I got about 85% of the deeper scrapes out. It's hard to even get them show up on photos now. I've got a microfiber pad on order to see if I can get them the rest of the way out. Once I figured out I wasn't going to get the deep stuff all the way out with the products I had, I stepped down to Swirl & Haze Remover, then to Fine Machine Polish, then to Machine Super Sealant. It was getting close to dark by then and I needed to let the Sealant cure overnight. 3. Sunday: a second coat of Machine Super Sealant was all I did since I need to let it cure and there were some races to watch. 4. Monday: a coat of Brilliant Glaze and two coats of Americana. Cleaned the windows, dressed the tires, removed the yards of tape from around the Boss stripes, cleaned all the residue from the nooks & crannies, and did a final wipe down. After all that, the last thing that needs to be said
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  8. I recently picked up a 2013 Mustang from San Angelo, TX and it doesn't look like the door jambs were ever wiped down. The trunk jamb looks like the bottom side of a 4x4 pickup, I'm going to have to use the shop-vac to get most of the dirt out of there. Is there a preferred/best/easiest way to get these jambs clean? I wiped out what I could from the door jambs from this weekends detail but some dirt still remains. I see waterless and rinseless washes, would either of these do the trick or should I just go full on APC?
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