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Did you sent your car for a new paint job? Looks very new..Reminds me of Del's car.
haha nah, my paint just has metallic in it so when it cleans up it really shines.
Its not as nice as it looks in the pics, it needs a pretty decent amount of detailing work and painting, which will hopefully come once my dad gets his boat out of our shed.
Rooz - good tip with the black paint, but im going full out on the car this summer, im going to take apart the entire rear suspension, do reinforcement, all new bushings, and repaint the entire bottom of the car.
Also need to deal with some rust.. (look at the panel under the trunk) Theres some on the side skirts as well.
Looks good. When you get around to doing the underside instead of paint use rubberized rustproofing - whether for rust or not, it works as good sound deadening and doesn't come off easily via rocks, washing and the prep time is minimal. If you're into the detailed look for suspension parts - get epoxy paint, that stuff is damn near bullet proof