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    New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod



    Today I"m testing out a new product on a GREAT test car because it's so freaking hammered.







    I'll share the results on this forum and in my newsletter this Monday.

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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    Continued....


    I really like to photo-document my work.

    I've been shooting short videos on my iPhone and sharing them on my Facebook page. You don't have to have a Facebook account to click the links and watch the videos.



    Mike Phillips - New Product Reveal on this HAMMERED 1937...


    Mike Phillips - Carson Top removed before paint correction.


    Mike Phillips - Same old story - cool car - messed-up paint.



    As I shoot more videos I'll add them to this post.






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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    Continued....



    Here's the before condition.


    Note all swirl shots were taking using the new Speed Master Swirl Finder Light.





















    Dirt staining

    The paint on this car has dirt staining that has impacted ONTO and INTO the paint.

    This picture taken after a waterless wash and after claying the paint.























    Dirt staining

    The paint on this car has dirt staining that has impacted ONTO and INTO the paint.

    This picture taken after a waterless wash and after claying the paint.





    Dirt staining

    The paint on this car has dirt staining that has impacted ONTO and INTO the paint.

    This picture taken after a waterless wash and after claying the paint.






    Dirt staining

    The paint on this car has dirt staining that has impacted ONTO and INTO the paint.

    This picture taken after a waterless wash and after claying the paint.













































    Dirt staining

    The paint on this car has dirt staining that has impacted ONTO and INTO the paint.

    This picture taken after a waterless wash and after claying the paint.









    Dirt staining

    The paint on this car has dirt staining that has impacted ONTO and INTO the paint.

    This picture taken after a waterless wash and after claying the paint.






















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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    Looks like it sat outside under a leaky tarp and got wind-whipped , rubbed, and dust abrated for a few months. I don't understand why own something like that and not take care of it.

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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey Mike View Post

    Looks like it sat outside under a leaky tarp and got wind-whipped , rubbed, and dust abraded for a few months.
    Could very well be.


    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey Mike View Post

    I don't understand why own something like that and not take care of it.
    So many cars like this - look like this.


    As the saying goes,

    Most people don't know the difference between a squirrel and a swirl



    For clarification...

    This is a Squirrel




    These are Swirls





    The other issue is, most people don't know how to work on their car's paint, (any type of car), and the people that own these types of cars while they don't know how to work on their car's paint they also don't trust anyone else to work on their car's paint.

    Generally speaking, things don't get better with time. What's the opposite of get better?


    And this is why for so long, when any of us go to a car show, while the cars maybe cool, most of them look like dog doo.


    The good news is - keeps me busy.



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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    Can’t wait to see the mystery product and what it does to this Cinderella. I have my own secret guess what it might be.

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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    there will be a major transformation, will be absolutely stunning

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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    Quote Originally Posted by acuRAS82 View Post
    I have my own secret guess what it might be.
    I would have guessed the new UDOS polisher if he hadn't already done the big review on the pre-production model. Then again it might be the official release of the polisher.

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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    Quote Originally Posted by 57Rambler View Post

    I would have guessed the new UDOS polisher if he hadn't already done the big review on the pre-production model.

    Then again it might be the official release of the polisher.

    Nothing to do with the UDOS

    I type real careful, I'm a veteran of the NXT vs Zaino Wax Wars.

    From that experience I learned to pick and choose each and every word I use purposefully and specifically for all my typing, be it on this forum or an e-mail.


    The car looks nothing like the pictures at this point and it's looking good.


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    Re: New Mystery Product Testing - Review on Monday June 8th 2020 - HAMMERED 1937 Ford Roadster Streetrod

    My guess: it’s a ceramic AIO. Which would be exciting because not too many exist, and none from PBMG (BF coating primer with no abrasives is the closest).

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