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    1986 BMW 325 ES revived. Pic heavy!

    Had a repeat client drop off his original 1986 BMW 325 ES for a make over. With only 88k miles on the clock the original interior is immaculate. The original single stage paint needed some help to say it lightly. Before dropping off I had him visit my paintless dent guy to go over it and get it straightened out. The plan here was to get the paint corrected and coated.


    Prep/Decon


    Ammo Frothe, Nanoskin fine grade towel


    Correction- Rupes 21 mm Mark ll, B/S Uro wool, Fast correcting cream. Adams swirl killer mini, B/S uro wool.


    Finish polishing- Rupes 21 mm Mark ll, B/S yellow pad, Hyper polish. Adams swirl killer mini, B/S yellow


    LSP- IGL Poly 1 year coating












































































    IGL Authorized Coating/Kenzo Installer

    Final Inspection Auto detailing- https://www.facebook.com/FinalInspection?_rdr=p
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    Re: 1986 BMW 325 ES revived. Pic heavy!

    Wow...great turn around and love the reflections. You did a great job!!!! On a side note, what type of lift do you have and are you happy with it?
    Ryan Cywinski - Owner
    Northeast Auto Reflections
    Detail Spa and Mobile Wash, LLC
    www.northeastautoreflections.com

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    Re: 1986 BMW 325 ES revived. Pic heavy!

    Great write up, pics, and work Justin!
    Scott Harle
    www.autodermatology.com
    Autodermatology
    Serving Naples and SW Florida
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    Re: 1986 BMW 325 ES revived. Pic heavy!

    Nice work. Made that 33 yr old paint look new.... and it’s black! Amazing!


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    Re: 1986 BMW 325 ES revived. Pic heavy!

    Beautiful and I also appreciate your write up with the before and after pictures framed equally. Makes it really easy to discern the improvement.


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    Re: 1986 BMW 325 ES revived. Pic heavy!

    Love the e30`s. Great write-up and result!! What did you use on all black plastic/rubber trim? That stuff is killer on the older European cars.

 

 

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