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I had cquartz applied. Notice the reflection of the mirror on the flare. I am pretty happy with it.

It will be interesting what it looks like in a year, just applied 11/13/2018.
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Had my ceramic pro done because I am NOT LAZY.I am a retired electric lineman of 40 years.How is that for LAZY?Have rods/cages in my back and a new knee.Going up and down is a ***** at 62 years old.I wash and wax my other toys and spend more time with my grand kids.

I feel your pain brother! Journeyman Lineman in the pacific northwest approaching 40 years(this june) and after back surgery and a full hip replacement the car is apparently lower than it used to be!
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I feel your pain brother! Journeyman Lineman in the pacific northwest approaching 40 years(this june) and after back surgery and a full hip replacement the car is apparently lower than it used to be!
Yes sir,some folks have NO CLUE what we do.Take care..
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Had paint correction and GTechniqs coating put on mine last May.. Still looking good.. This shot is from a car show last Sunday.. It cost me 1200.00 but well worth it to me..
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