WoW.! Reflectology

jase

Founder
Platinum Member
Big Big thanks to Russ today for all his hard work in sorting the paint work on the MegCC.
After over 4 years of the previous owner washing the car with a scouring pad, the paint work was badly swirled.
But not any more, not a swirl in sight and even got the odd RDS out.
cant stop touching and feeling it(the car pervs :wink: ), the paint is just so smooth :zomg::jase:
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Willis

The Gatekeeper
Platinum Member
Excellent work!

Looks good with the beefier front on Jase, give us a shout when you're ready for the exhaust. :wink:
 
Cheers Jase....wouldnt have said swirl free as it was just an enhancement.....still looks a little more endearing now though....

will put a few pics up later....
 
Just a few more of this....

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Couple of the bonnet after one half had seen a spot of love....




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And to finish up with these....
















Thanks
 
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Great results Russ. I've said this a million times before, but your car looks awesome Jase, the only manly Meg CC I've ever seen. I'll admit I don't think you'd lost it when you said what you'd bought, but its turned out a bit of a minter :thumbsup:
 

jase

Founder
Platinum Member
Thanks robo.

Washed it yesterday and the water was just sheeting off, took next to no drying off :smile: