Be Careful Who You Hit if You Decide to Run!

tommudd

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Thanks Bob. Keep in mind that once you get your shining like that, you are not going to want to drive it off-road anymore. I'm not an off-roader so I will be shining mine up and then avoiding dirt like the plague!

Never bothered me to take em offroad after doing a full detail.
Even to your " standards" , thats another reason I stopped building show cars, no fun if you can't enjoy them
 

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Oh, I definitely enjoy my "enjoyment" car. My Jeep is here to get me through the snowy season. I don't mind getting it dirty with salt and such. I just have NO desire to go climbing up the side of a mountain and then rolling the thing. As you get older, you tend to not heal as fast as you did when you were young. I once pulled a groin muscle getting in my Vette and it hurt for over a year.

Yea, no mountain climbing or off-roading for me. But I still enjoy my "enjoyment" car. :D

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Vettes never were easy to get in and out of .
Had a 66, black ( of course ) 427/425 4 speed back in 76
Took it one trip that was enough for me.
Fun but..............
 

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You sound as old as me. My first Lamborghini experience went the same exact way. I didn't even have to drive it.
 
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