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    Re: Blown 1934 Ford Pick-up - Show Car Makeover - Modeled by Kristin

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    Autogeek should develop a beginner starter kit that's color coded.

    I'll make sure management sees your suggestion. Had another new member recommend a starter kit this week too somewhere on the forum.


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    Re: Blown 1934 Ford Pick-up - Show Car Makeover - Modeled by Kristin

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    Re: Blown 1934 Ford Pick-up - Show Car Makeover - Modeled by Kristin

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    Here go...




    Over the weekend my wife and I were doing some garage cleaning/clear out and I opened up a box and found the DP Waterless Wash!!!
    I was wondering if it was still good. I'll try it out eventually.

    That 34. It's one heck of a hot rod. And you guys did a great job with it

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    Re: Blown 1934 Ford Pick-up - Show Car Makeover - Modeled by Kristin

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    Over the weekend my wife and I were doing some garage cleaning/clear out and I opened up a box and found the DP Waterless Wash!!!


    I was wondering if it was still good. I'll try it out eventually.

    If a product has been sitting for an extended period of time - if you can shake it up and when you look at it - it has a UNIFROM appearance and consistency - then it's probably good to continue using.




    Quote Originally Posted by JustJesus View Post

    That 34. It's one heck of a hot rod. And you guys did a great job with it

    Yeah it was one of the baddest hot rods to go through Autogeek's Show Car Garage since I've been here.

    Here's a close second...


    Full BLOWN RUPES Show Car Detailing on a Full Blown 1936 Ford Streetrod by Mike Phillips






    I used all RUPES products for the above.
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    Re: Blown 1934 Ford Pick-up - Show Car Makeover - Modeled by Kristin

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    If a product has been sitting for an extended period of time - if you can shake it up and when you look at it - it has a UNIFROM appearance and consistency - then it's probably good to continue using.
    Oh, nice. I'll try that. Yeah, i tend to shake things up REAL good when they have sort of "separated." Everything has worked so far



    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    Yeah it was one of the baddest hot rods to go through Autogeek's Show Car Garage since I've been here.

    Here's a close second...




    I used all RUPES products for the above.

    oh dear goodness. That's a massive blower. Music to the ears, I'm sure. Nice looking rod, too!

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    Re: Blown 1934 Ford Pick-up - Show Car Makeover - Modeled by Kristin

    Quote Originally Posted by JustJesus View Post

    oh dear goodness. That's a massive blower. Music to the ears, I'm sure. Nice looking rod, too!

    I never see this Streetrod anymore?

    Have to reach out and see if the owner still has it?

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    Re: Blown 1934 Ford Pick-up - Show Car Makeover - Modeled by Kristin

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    I never see this Streetrod anymore?

    Have to reach out and see if the owner still has it?

    I sure hope it didn't share the same fate as Boyd Coddington's Chezoom! Such a remarkable car. I had seen pics (or video?) of it in a rather neglected state. One of the windshield wipers didn't work, i think it was stuck sort of outside cowl area. Flat tire. Wheels didn't have that luster. The paint was in bad shape.

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