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Old 06-25-2020, 07:56 AM
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Thatís fantastic news, itís the best possible resolution for your car.
The bad news is itíll take a little longer than you wanted...
The good news is youíre probably going to end up with a killer paint job!

Who has possession of the car? Now is the time to go over every square inch with a fine tooth comb and note any imperfections that need to be addressed.

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Old 06-26-2020, 12:31 PM
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So spent the morning with the crew to resent expectations and i wanted to be very clear on what they plan on doing...actual sanding starts tomorrow so i'll be over there in between dropping kids off. I feel comfortable i'll get something better than what I have now. I did found out this morning that the guys in the shop got together last week and convinced the owner that it wasn't right and they needed to redo it, so I think they actually care what kind of product they produce. Remember the two who started this project aren't working there any longer.

Tried to take pictures to show the "waviness" of the clear but kinda hard without the light but with the right light it looks light corn syrup running down the side of the car.


door gaps got better, there's still room for improvement.



Thanks again for all the advice...
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