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[OT] $5,000 detail work (wash and wax)

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by trainerKEN, Jul 24, 2007.

  1. trainerKEN

    trainerKEN iS VIP iS VIP

    hope you guys haven't seen this before... anyway, makes feel like I don't do enough for the FX:shame:

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  2. rookie

    rookie Premium Member Premium

    Yeah I don't do enough to take care of my paint either. Some people take it very seriously which is cool when you get to see before and after pictures. :biggrin:
     
  3. brown_fv

    brown_fv Premium Member Premium

    i think the same guy did a $10,000.00 detail on a bugatti veyron.
     
  4. OP
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    trainerKEN

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    I heard supposedly there's another video out there where they interviewed him while he worked on a Euro-exotic like the one I posted... then afterwards he went and did his buddy's VW Jetta or something LOL
     

  5. A $10k detail better come with strippers and full service.
     
  6. Dr.2K

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    That's just crazy. But I guess if you got money to burn then whats another 5k.
     
  7. Correct me if I'm wrong, but it's more than just a buff/wax detail job that the guy performs. He goes through, what they call paint correction. Basically, he sands/buffs away all the stock orange peel from the paint so you have a perfectly reflected paint, any warps, scratches, etc.

    But still, for $10K, it's insane.