Originally Posted by FUNX725
-Great-looking detail on a great looking-vehicle, SeaJay!
-If I may inquire: How did the 'burn-throughs' turn out?
The burn through areas stayed the same. Every gap and panel edge was taped off before any compounding was done. And I kept the tape on the areas that had burn through when I did my secondary polish to ensure no further damage.
Originally Posted by vet
Great job! I have a friend with one that same color and year. Love it!
Originally Posted by Chris's FX4
Excellent job. Thanks for fixing this true American classic.
Thanks! I love working on classic cars. It's a piece of history!
Originally Posted by Mike.Phillips@Autogeek
Now that's a "car"
And that's how you tape-off and buff out a car.
And this is a great example of a good write-up. Nice work Jason!
By the way, when I worked at Meguiar's one of the chemists had the dark green version of this car and I thought he was pretty cool for owning it and actually driving it to work once in a while. Then he sold it and bought a 4-door Jeep. My guess is at some point he'll regret that choice.
Appreciate the kind words Mike! Thanks!
And I'm sure he'll regret that decision as well.
Originally Posted by Albert1
Great work. I really appreciate it. You make the car as it was in new
condition. Well done man. Your car is shinning like a star. Its reflecting
the light. Greatttttttttttttttttttt.