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Old 09-03-2013, 09:29 PM   #11  
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You should try living in Seattle Not going to lie it sucks for trying to keep a car clean. Or just anything that should stay clean....

+1 for two bucket wash
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Old 09-04-2013, 06:18 AM   #12  
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Congrats!!


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I had a day and a half off from work this weekend and finally had a chance to spend some time with my new 2014 v6 manual base black/black.

Borla Atak Axle-backs installed Friday morning, in addition to a black billet shift ****. I spent most of Friday driving around town and overall getting a real feel for the vehicle. I took delivery on Wednesday afternoon, but spent the next 36 hours after that working/going to school so I didn't really get to enjoy it that much.

Saturday morning I installed a black billet grille on both the upper and lower grilles, as well as did a full "quick detail" using a variety of Meguiar's products and the two bucket wash system. I highly recommend the line of Meguiar's "quick" products including Quick Detailer, Quick Wax and Quick Interior Detailer.

It ended up raining a few hours after my detail, but it looked good enough to snap the photos I'll be attaching. I got off work at 2AM this morning and it started to rain very heavy. I raced home and had just got in the garage before it started hailing pea size and dime size hail. Wow... so glad I got garaged before that happened.

Overall this car is absolutely the dream I thought it would be. I am so fortunate to have what I have, I love it so much. Special thanks to this forum, American Muscle and all the people who helped me with my questions a few months ago.

PS: I would like to comment that I have had no trouble adjusting to the size of this car... it is different from my old one but definitely not too much to handle. The ability to move my seat vertically up and down has surely assisted me with my vision "complications".
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Old 09-04-2013, 06:55 PM   #13  
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Very Nice, Congrats.
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Old 09-05-2013, 07:07 AM   #14  
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very nice, congrats!
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