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  • #16
    Nice work Dave

    I'd be happy with anyone of those cars in my garage 8)
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    • #17
      Awesome collection. Call me crazy but the coupes just don't do it for me.. I'd go the Mustang or the XW
      I donīt care what the question is - the answer is more power.

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      • #18
        A VB Commodore considered a muscle car? Personally I liked the GTR XU1 the best, I have a thing for those cars.

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        • #19
          top stuff, the color/wheel combo on that purple stang is awesome

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          • #20
            Great work Dave. It must have been hard to focus with all of those around. The XA is my pick and I really do like the Brocky (the red interior is a bit overwhelming), though I wouldn't complain about owning any of them. The XR8 really does look out of place in that collection....
            The Clean Car Guy

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            • #21
              Originally posted by GTGuy
              Great work Dave. It must have been hard to focus with all of those around. The XA is my pick and I really do like the Brocky (the red interior is a bit overwhelming), though I wouldn't complain about owning any of them. The XR8 really does look out of place in that collection....
              I agree with you about the Brocky interior. Very pimp like :lol:
              Dave
              2B Bourke St, North Parramatta (02)8677-4345 www.reflecteffect.com.au / Reflect Effect Facebook

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              • #22
                Worked on this VK Brock a while back.

                Owner had a couple panels resprayed and told the panel shop not to let their in house detailer tough it after the job has been completed.

                It got a full detail with Stage 2 paint enhancement and a couple other little things.

                Engine bay








                Door Jamb


                The panel shop left the car out in the rain which resulted to this happening to the wheels.


                Car got a pre soak with 50:50 mix of shampoo and APC then washed, Clayed and IPA wipedown.

                Tapped up and ready for polishing


                Measured up the paint and the roof, boot and bonnet had the thinnest paint out of all panels and by looking at it, it seemed to still have the original paint on it unless it has been sanded back to bare metal and resprayed at some point.

                Paint condition




                50/50 on boot


                50/50 rear quater


                Passenger door before


                Passenger door after
                Dave
                2B Bourke St, North Parramatta (02)8677-4345 www.reflecteffect.com.au / Reflect Effect Facebook

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                • #23
                  Bonnet grills treated


                  After shots























                  Dave
                  2B Bourke St, North Parramatta (02)8677-4345 www.reflecteffect.com.au / Reflect Effect Facebook

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                  • #24
                    That's a fantastic job Dave!!! Awesome car, I loved these when new and dreamed of owning one.
                    The Clean Car Guy

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                    • #25
                      Nice one Dave.

                      LOVE the blue meanie. Looks like a very clean example.

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