As you can see in the pics, paint was heavily swirled and had a couple noticeable scratches. The worst part were some waterspots that were etched into the paint and couldn't be removed 100%. Results were impressive though. When I first saw the car, it didn't look as bad, but I ended up having a friend help me out so I could finish faster. He went after me with random orbital and #80. Best part is Eric(owner) was very impressed with the end result, and that's all that matters.
I worked for about 7.5 hours and my friend 2, so total of about 9.5 man-hours.
Wash/dry: Meg's Gold Class, wheels got Meg's wheel brightener
Meg's #4 yellow pad
Meg's #83 orange pad
Meg's #80 white pad
Meg's #26 wax
Armor on the dash and door panels Stoner's on the glass