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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 05:43 AM Thread Starter
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Today(4-2) until 4-14

From today(2nd) until the 14th of this month, I will be on vacation from my fulltime job and devoting all of my time to detailing. So, if you're interested in having me working on your car, give me a call and let me know so I can get you scheduled in. All of my appointments are scheduled on a first come, fist serve basis. So please let me know if you are interested.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 05:47 AM
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I've been thinking of having you detail my car. But I'm hesitant of spending the money while my car will be parked outside for the rest of his life. And I'm having my hood, and front bumper replaced by the end of this week and hoping the paint matches the rest of my car. Its a 98 mustang, still looks alright... What would you suggest?

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I've been thinking of having you detail my car. But I'm hesitant of spending the money while my car will be parked outside for the rest of his life. And I'm having my hood, and front bumper replaced by the end of this week and hoping the paint matches the rest of my car. Its a 98 mustang, still looks alright... What would you suggest?

I don't know what color your car is, but most likely, your body shop will buff the entire car in order to get it to match the new paint. If for some reason they can't, won't or don't do it, I'll be more than happy to help you out. But I would definitely suggest waiting until they are finished with your hood and bumper.

Only negative is that some shops will leave buffer swirls or holograms in the paint after they buff it. So it's a gamble to have them do it. Some shops are great and leave no traces of thier work, others won't do so good.

No wax on the freshly painted pieces for at least 60-90 days!

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Did you get my last pm from last Thursday or Friday?
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Did you get my last pm from last Thursday or Friday?

Sorry, yes I did. I'm trying to figure out a day when I won't have to start on your car at 4:30pm(when you get home), and trying to get it finished up the same day.
Looking like it's going to be Saturday the 7th. Is that good for you? Early AM start?

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Sorry, yes I did. I'm trying to figure out a day when I won't have to start on your car at 4:30pm(when you get home), and trying to get it finished up the same day.
Looking like it's going to be Saturday the 7th. Is that good for you? Early AM start?

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Let me confirm Saturday...I'm off work Friday, fyi.
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Let me confirm Saturday...I'm off work Friday, fyi.

Then Friday will work also.
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Then Friday will work also.
Friday or Sat is fine with me.
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What do you charge for an 04 cobra vert?

Our government needs our help, they have an addiction. Our government is addicted to our money. Since they always have our best interest at heart it's time we return the favor. We need to have an intervention, for the governments own good of course. It's just irresponsible for us to let people with a known money addiction continue to handle our money. Lets have an intervention now so we can help these sick individuals.
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What do you charge for an 04 cobra vert?

It really depends on your car's current condition, and how far you are wanting me to take it. Wash and wax? Swirl/scratch removal? Interior cleaned?

Shoot me a PM or give me a call and we'll discuss it.

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It really depends on your car's current condition, and how far you are wanting me to take it. Wash and wax? Swirl/scratch removal? Interior cleaned?

Shoot me a PM or give me a call and we'll discuss it.

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Are you thinking Friday or Sat for mine? Either is fine with me, let me know how your schedule ends up working out.
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Are you thinking Friday or Sat for mine? Either is fine with me, let me know how your schedule ends up working out.


I'm going to call you here in a bit.

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