Just a tick over 52,000 miles currently. Over half was put on by the previous owner: 27,000.Looks great with a not unexpected amount of patina. Mileage?
It should be happy after the cleaning I gave it. But it's a properly cracking car. Makes a good noise, goes just fast enough for me, RWD, and a roof that folds down in a state that doesn't get snow. I spend the drive to work today debating whether my favorite gear change was 3rd to 4th, or 4th to 5th, haha.
It's so happy. I want one.
Sounds nice, remember to reserve some beers for that weekend also .Not sure I have the time necessary to do the full polishing and cleaning I want to do this weekend, so a quick wash will have to suffice, but in the near future, a two-day detail will occur where I strip the car down to clearcloat, polish out the scratches and swirls, then build the coverage back up after a nice clay bar with a double coat of glaze, a sealant over that, then a double coat of wax. Cannot wait to see how the car looks after that.
Mm... Love Inner Clean!Decided to see what it took to do the exterior and interior of my car "properly."
Their Signature Series Wheel Cleaner is the best wheel cleaner I've ever used. Get wheels wet, spray with cleaner (which can be diluted and STILL work amazingly well), let sit for a few minutes, rinse off. Takes off 95% of brake dust like it's nothing: http://www.chemicalguys.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=CLD_203_16Mm... Love Inner Clean!
From most of the other product categories I think there are better products than CG makes, but those are all (most likely) at least good. Haven?t tried all of them obviously.
Ah, I don't wax my wheels, so that's why it wasn't as much of a concern for me. My buddy has the Diablo for his STI.But it?s not wax safe and that?s why I use their Diablo Wheel Cleaner - which is another CG product I love BTW.