3 buckets?! What's the 3rd one for?
Haha so nasty. I just bought a Nanoskin Autoscrub pad to help get rid of any more contaminants. I may even do a round two of the Iron-X because it was that badNice job on a deep clean wash. Definitely will need that clay/polish/seal treatment to bring it up to snuff. That Iron-X has a lovely aroma, doesn't it?
LOL, it is so funny they try to put a cherry or lemon scent on it. You can't hide that nasty. It is a great product though. Use it on your wheels too. I have a Nanoskin handheld sponge and a pad for my DA polisher. It speeds things up nicely and is a great alternative to clay.Haha so nasty. I just bought a Nanoskin Autoscrub pad to help get rid of any more contaminants. I may even do a round two of the Iron-X because it was that bad
Haha I appreciate the kind words. I think it’s entirely possible to find another yellow estate. Be vigilant, know the market, and be ready to jump quickly when one comes up.Okay, so late to the game on the congratulations front and admittedly a great sleuthing story, and despite the fact that we have never met, I am hating on you for your good luck!! I am thinking that this find goes beyond the 'needle in the haystack' analogy. It took me the better part of 4 years to find the 'right' 1800 ES, and if I could add one final vehicle to my dream Volvo stable it would a yellow 850 estate, but I have accepted that this is likely a pipe dream. That said, it appears that it is in excellent hands and I look greatly forward to following the build. Again, congrats!
I held one up against the sedan when I had them at work together, they are slightly darker but they’re definitely the right eggshell type finish like you said. Yeah I’m excited for the P Zeros! Stuck with 205 since it’ll just be a summer car and I like the aesthetics/oem-ness of itYaaassss that's gonna be good. Can't wait to see how those wheels came out in person. I'll be interested to hear what you think of the PZeros, too.
why not 215/45 though?