I've never owned a car that was worthy of a "two bucket" hand wash. However, this is the closest I have gotten to having a good looking paint job. I am excited to bring it to life.Very jealous, we have no do it yourself car washes around here and to be honest any wash that is actually touching your car and not done by a professional is going to hurt your paint a wee bit.
Not controversial at all; the Platinum market is going up right with the Rs. The Europeans are on to them and many of them are getting bought up by collectors there. One of the guys I met at Volvodrive Treffen bought a Platinum sedan and a Platinum estate in the past year since I was there. And this guy has everything you didn't know existed (2000 Laser, V70R, a 99 Cassis V70R, 97 M59 Aqua V70R, Laser S80 2.4T (no that was not a typo), Turquoise/Tan 855R, C70 Collection, etc.) When someone with a collection like that is buying Platinums I think you know the market is legit.It might be controversial but I’m not gonna lie... If I were to buy a sedan at this point, I think I’d rather have a Platinum than an R, or even a T-5R. Love that pearl paint! Once it’s clayed, it will be amazing.
2 options.Very productive Sunday afternoon.
Just my service light which I need to figure out how to clear.
I would like to remove it however, the paint has been damaged from it being on for so long and never being cleaned. So for now it stays.Roof looks good. I would ditch that sunroof wind deflector. There is one built into the car. Not necessary at all and looks way better without it.