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I'm living in an appt until the house is finished, so there is no real means to
wash the car except with buckets of water. I can't wash the whole car
without a hose, so I did only the rims.

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This pic shows the damage from the wheel braces, the transporter fucked up.
It should hopefully be easily to polish out, I found a detailer in the DFW area
(Rick Springer) who's also on autopia.org. He'll give it a shot with a jeweler's wheel to remove the scratches. I'd rather not try something I've never done
before personally on rims almost $1500 a piece ... :dunno: :)
 

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Hot rims! I had the same ones on my yellow S2000, but mine were all polished! I loved those rims, but unfortunately they did not fit on my supra so i sold them. I would get them again same style and all polished in a heartbeat. Nice car!
 

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is that a relfection, or a crack in your rotor in the second pic? :dunno:


looking good man! clean or not ;)
 

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Yea your car already looks clean! Your next project is repainting the brake calipers and putting on the supra stencils right? ;-)
 

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Correct :) The calipers are nasty at the moment! They will be repainted if blkturbo! is kind enough to do the honors. His work is very beautiful indeed.
 

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If you can't use a hose for a water source, look into Quick and Easy Wash. All you need are 2 buckets to do the entire car. One for wash, one for rinse.

Sweet wheels!
 
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