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Re: Ferrari F40 - Now show ready

Great work Justin!

I wouldn't have the courage to do one of those!
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Re: Ferrari F40 - Now show ready

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Is that the rear of a Lambo SUV I see on the last pic?

that does look like a rambo lambo
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F40..... absolutely a massive favourite of mine. Unfortunately I've only seen two, one at a motor show (a standout for me sitting beside a 288GTO, F50, and Enzo ), and the other was all the way back in 1992 when a guy racing his at Targa Tasmania hung his out of a telephone pole after a big crash. That car was send back to Ferrari and repaired.
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theres a few dollars in that garage......
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Re: Ferrari F40 - Now show ready

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awesome job Justin!!! The car looks awesome!!!! did you go with the 105/205 combo?
Thanks bro - We hit it with 105 then 085rd. It was wax ready just after.

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Great work Justin!

I wouldn't have the courage to do one of those!
thanks Marty - you are more than capable!

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Its an LM002. Been there for the past 6 months...not the most reliable.

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Re: Ferrari F40 - Now show ready

105 then 085rd....why may i ask?(just curious) I have had the 105/205 since just after my spring correction....but i'm gonna try it early next week.

LOL@ the Ice detailer.....do u really like it or was it cheap?
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105 then 085rd....why may i ask?(just curious) I have had the 105/205 since just after my spring correction....but i'm gonna try it early next week.

LOL@ the Ice detailer.....do u really like it or was it cheap?

The car was completely defect and swirl free after 105. It was LSP ready at that point. Single stage paint yields dramatic results with aggressive abrasives.

As its a special car, we spent a few hours jeweling it with Menzerna 85 and black pads on a rotary. Just a finishing touch. Jeweling really does make a slight difference in reflectivity. I'd only recommend to do it on your own collector type car, or for someone who is willing to pay you to do it on their car

We found the Ice product in the service area and thought the photo would agitate the OCD sufferers over at Autopia! The Ice product did not touch the car.



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Ill most likely never use a Porter Cable again or anything other than my daily drivers to apply Optimum Poli-Seal.

Optimum products provide the slickest finish I have felt

Zaino Z5pro is still the durability king of synthetics

Meguiars M105 and M205, the non-diminishing formulas, will be my polishes for years to come. They just work.

Leatherique Prestine Clean is the best leather cleaner I have used to date.

In my eyes, after 12 hours, Swissvax Mystery offers the best appearance on a properly polished surface on the most variety of colors.

Tire dressing is off the menu. Im into the natural look.
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Re: Ferrari F40 - Now show ready

Sweet job. I gotta do mine. Now that the temps will start falling here in Fla. it's time for a claying, bust out my Cyclo, and get to cleaning it up!

I did see my drool car in the background. A nice Red Shiney SEXY 599GTB!!
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Re: Ferrari F40 - Now show ready

We found the Ice product in the service area and thought the photo would agitate the OCD sufferers over at Autopia! The Ice product did not touch the car.

haha i could imagine the uproar there

I can make the following statements after this season:

Ill most likely never use a Porter Cable again or anything other than my daily drivers to apply Optimum Poli-Seal.

so you're saying you will never use the pc again on anything other than your daily driver? please elaborate.


Optimum products provide the slickest finish I have felt

which ones?


Zaino Z5pro is still the durability king of synthetics

have you tried #21 from meguiars?
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Re: Ferrari F40 - Now show ready

I notice a difference in the end result vs. time with the rotary. PC is good for some, I just always put it down and jump back on the rotary. So, for me, its a Makita world.

Optimum - Poli-Seal, Opti-Seal, OID, very slick feeling post application.

yes, I have used 21, but not as extensively as Z5pro. No comment on it.
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thanks man! i have heard a lot of stuff about opti-seal wasn't sure if it was good or just hype or if it even lasts a long time.
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