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  • 04-02-2015, 02:41 PM
    CRS Oakville
    Wheels are great! And he's polished, now you can see your reflection on it.
  • 03-28-2015, 05:57 AM
    Immaculate Reflections






























    One its way back home















    Fast forward a few weeks and the owner had an incident in a parking lot that did some damage to the front end, so she brought it in to see if it could be repaired without going to the body shop.











    After working it over for a little while and recoating it, you couldn't tell the incident had ever happened!






    Also nabbed a few sun shots while I had it since it was delivered back at night originally








    Just a quick writeup but thanks for checking it out!
  • 03-28-2015, 05:55 AM
    Immaculate Reflections

    Tesla Model S correction and coating with CQuartz Finest

    Another Model S in for correction work, wheels off coating, and coating all paint in CQuartz Finest.






    Starting off with the wheels





    Not too dirty but could use some tidying up









    Much better. Cleaned and prepped 100% and then coated







    Stamped lettering/numbers perfect






    Brakes and wheel wells dialed in














    While it was a new car and not in bad shape, there were still some defects to knock out








    After correction






    The "nose cone" was not in good shape. Lots of factory installed defects, sanding marks, etc











    After correction the nose cone was looking proper again








    All finished up, late at nice so no sun pics



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