Fire Breather Correction #5 of 50 - Jimmy Lucci & LuxPdr

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    Default Fire Breather Correction #5 of 50 - Jimmy Lucci & LuxPdr

    I was pleased to receive a contact from an individual out of Michigan that follows my work on various car forums. He sought out to have my services done for a rare Fire Breather. Once both of our schedules finally lined up, we booked the car for a full correction. I picked up the vehicle in Beverly Hills around 8am Thursday morning and started the correction process at about 9am. I was supposed to have this car back that same day at 7pm but once I saw what I was dealing with there was no way possible to have it done per my standards in that time frame. I was given the ok to keep the car overnight. After spending 29 straight hours on the car with help from Demyan of LuxPdr we finally finished the car after no sleep and loads of energy drinks. It was a multiple step process to bring it back to life! Special thanks to my new client for giving me the opportunity. Enjoy The Photos.

    Wash Products Used

    Sonax Full Effect
    Adams APC
    EZ Detail Brush
    Swissvax Wheel Brush
    Optimum Power Clean
    Optimum Car Wash
    Clay Magic Fine Clay
    Swissvax Waschpudel
    Master Blaster
    Invisible Glass

    Compound/Polishing/Pads Used

    Meguiars M105
    Meguiars D300
    Meguiars Cutting Disc
    Menzerna Power Finish
    Lake Country Hydro Tangerine Pad
    Menzerna SF4500 (85rd)
    Lake Country Black Finishing Pad
    Menzerna Powerlock
    Lake Country Red Final Finishing Pad

    Towels

    Proseries White Towel
    Proseries Black Towel
    Proseries Ultra Plush Green Towel
    Proseries Drying Towel


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    Paint Had Seen Better Days





    Cutting Disc Was Used As The 2nd Step Of Four



    Quick 50/50 Shot After Two Steps

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    After Correction Shots Under The Lights









    At the 24 Hour Mark Of No Sleep



    Dent Before







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    wow now that looks amazing! what a cool looking car...was he washing it with steel wool???
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    Great work, that thing looked beat!

    I know black shows everything, but those before photos were almost painful to see.
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    How tired where you for those morning sun pics? LOL

    Great work! The nose of this car looks pretty nutz. I see the concept but not sure about the looks?!?!
    Still a great save on a rare car!!!

    LUX, Awesome job man!! That's Skills!

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    thats whats up!
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    Thanks Brian!
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    How tired where you for those morning sun pics? LOL

    Great work! The nose of this car looks pretty nutz. I see the concept but not sure about the looks?!?!
    Still a great save on a rare car!!!

    LUX, Awesome job man!! That's Skills!
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    Amazing work as always!
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    I love seeing this car. It was at Autorama just recently in Detroit. Cauley has quite the collection of cars. Good work, looks great!

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