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Detailed a 2008 BMW M3 for a friend

Justin

Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
Spent all weekend and the past three days doing this car. turned out really great. its coated with 22ple vx1(body) VM1 (wheels) VR1(trim)
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Justin

Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
NFSBOSS said:
Nice work and that's a great looking M3.
thanks rick. it is a nice looking M3. I tried my hardest to get him to buy a boss over that but he resisted. lol
VTBoss302 said:
Damn, you got some skills...

When can you make it up to the northeast???

;)
I move to Indianapolis next month. My supplies are nearly gone have to restock after the move. been doing cars cheap to use it up since the navy wont move liquids.
 

Justin

Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
ArizonaGT said:
Tastefully modded!
you say that I talked him into putting the stock trunk lid back on in place of the cheap carbon fiber one that was on there. The wheels where nearly flat brown when it showed up and the previous owner used an orbital buffer with trash in the pad and it damaged the paint over the entire car. Took heavy cut pads and lots of patience to get it to what I deem acceptable. The wheels are actually supposed to be semi gloss black. I got them there took three hours a wheel.

To think I only charged 200 to do his car. I used more than that in product. Spent over 25 hours doing the paint alone. He is lucky he is my friend this would have cost him around 600-800 at a reputable detail shop to get done.
 
Justin said:
you say that I talked him into putting the stock trunk lid back on in place of the cheap carbon fiber one that was on there. The wheels where nearly flat brown when it showed up and the previous owner used an orbital buffer with trash in the pad and it damaged the paint over the entire car. Took heavy cut pads and lots of patience to get it to what I deem acceptable. The wheels are actually supposed to be semi gloss black. I got them there took three hours a wheel.

To think I only charged 200 to do his car. I used more than that in product. Spent over 25 hours doing the paint alone. He is lucky he is my friend this would have cost him around 600-800 at a reputable detail shop to get done.

25 hours!!! Holy $*#@! I hope that guy names his first born after you. I wouldn't spend 25 hours doing anything... Well maybe something involving Kate Upton, but that's about it.
 

Justin

Save the dawn for your dishes!!!
cbj5259 said:
25 hours!!! Holy $*#@! I hope that guy names his first born after you. I wouldn't spend 25 hours doing anything... Well maybe something involving Kate Upton, but that's about it.
lol it wasnt a continuous 25 hours. its something I like to do so its not that horrible for me. plus it makes for good practice. :)
 

TMSBOSS

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Justin

I know what you mean. I spent 14 hours on the outside of my 2003 F250 crew cab. Black is beautiful......once you spend time on it!!

Adams 3 compound to bring the paint back to life and then a good carnauba wax.
 

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