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Old 07-17-2022, 09:19 PM
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And here she is with compound and polish on all of it, with wax on just the roof. I will wax the rest of it this week. I am very happy so far. Once I get it completed, I will turn my attention to Debbie's Bronco II.
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Old 07-18-2022, 08:43 PM
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As a little back story, we've had the F150 for a few years now. The previous owner had a Maaco paint job applied what must be at least 10 years ago. The paint is far from perfect, but it is doing pretty we after all this time. Following Mile's advice, I used the M105 compound and M205 polish today on the F150. Attached shows the difference on the driver's side fender after just using the compound.
That turned out great!
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A couple of weeks ago, my old boss asked me to help him sell a car he had inherited a couple of year ago from his grandfather. He and I had talked about the car before, but I had not seen it. Last week, Jack, Debbie, and I went to take a look at it...
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Old 09-21-2022, 06:50 PM
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The car is a 1959 Edsel Corsair 2-door hardtop coupe. It had been restored years ago by his grandfather and driven to several national shows over the years. It is an older restoration that hasn't been driven in about 2 years. My old boss needed it gone because they are moving. He accepted a low-ball offer, but it's not mine...

...our son is buying it! He will let me tinker with it too, of course. The car will be towed over this weekend so we can drain the fluids and check it over. More pictures to come.
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