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    1968 Camaro SS - OBSSSSD Show Wax

    I recently had a great client of mine reach out to have some work done on his show car, 1968 Camaro SS.
    The vehicle was in need of some heavy polishing to remove years of dry-dusting and car covers being dragged over the surfaces.

    As the vehicle is used primarily for show-purposes, we polished the car and finished it in the best show-wax we have ever laid our eyes on Swissvax OBSSSSD Show Wax.

    Tools Used
    Rupes MK11 15
    Rupes iBrid (1" & 2" pads)
    Rupes LHR75

    Product Used
    Griots Fast Correcting Cream
    Sonax 04/06
    Rupes Diamond




    Prior to any work being completed:



    A Quick Before/After:


    And now some of the After Shots!









    Thanks for looking!

    If you`re ever looking for a high-quality wax designed for the ultimate in appearance, definitely use the OBSSSSD Show Wax by Swissvax. A few coats of this made the paint dripping wet!
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    re: 1968 Camaro SS - OBSSSSD Show Wax

    great work the car looks amazing. Also great photography you caught those swirls perfectly and that can be very hard to do.

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    re: 1968 Camaro SS - OBSSSSD Show Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by trashmanssd View Post
    great work the car looks amazing. Also great photography you caught those swirls perfectly and that can be very hard to do.
    Thank you! It was a fantastic car to work on to say the least. All photos were done with my Sony A6000 setup.
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    re: 1968 Camaro SS - OBSSSSD Show Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Hoffarth View Post
    Thank you! It was a fantastic car to work on to say the least. All photos were done with my Sony A6000 setup.
    Great work on a sweet ride!
    I just picked up a Sony A6000 myself and so far love the camera. I need to play with it more but so much easier to carry around than my Canon DSLR.

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    re: 1968 Camaro SS - OBSSSSD Show Wax

    Awesome! !
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    re: 1968 Camaro SS - OBSSSSD Show Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by RaydiantDetail View Post
    Great work on a sweet ride!
    I just picked up a Sony A6000 myself and so far love the camera. I need to play with it more but so much easier to carry around than my Canon DSLR.
    It`s a fantastic camera. Personally, I recommend getting a couple lenses for it to really amp up the shots. These were shot in the customers garage, so there was a lack of composition control to say the least. I currently run with:
    - Sigma ART 30mm
    - Sony 1.8f 50mm
    - Sigma ART 19mm
    - Sony 55-210mm

    Out of all of those, I find I most often use the 55-210 in good lighting for versatility, and the 30mm or 19mm for those nice bokeh shots. The 50mm is perfect for getting distance shots with lower light when you want a super crisp image. The first image was taken with that lens, actually.
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    re: 1968 Camaro SS - OBSSSSD Show Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Hoffarth View Post
    It`s a fantastic camera. Personally, I recommend getting a couple lenses for it to really amp up the shots. These were shot in the customers garage, so there was a lack of composition control to say the least. I currently run with:
    - Sigma ART 30mm
    - Sony 1.8f 50mm
    - Sigma ART 19mm
    - Sony 55-210mm

    Out of all of those, I find I most often use the 55-210 in good lighting for versatility, and the 30mm or 19mm for those nice bokeh shots. The 50mm is perfect for getting distance shots with lower light when you want a super crisp image. The first image was taken with that lens, actually.
    Thanks! I`ll check out some of those lenses. I have the sony 55-210mm that came with the kit and bought the sony 20mm f2.8 wide angle lens as well.

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