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well, finally got round to getting the chance to do a deep clean on her at last, albeit in between showers!

didnt get and befores, but she was a bit mucky, got these of before, but a few weeks ago





wheels are a waste of time, they are beyond help, so will probably go over to steel wheels, but the rest of her came up rather well, havent had a chance to machine polish it, so for now the task was to just make her presentable

so snowfoamed, clayed and 2 layers of jetseal left me with this for now















nothing too exciting, but just shows what a clean, clay and jetsealing can do


of course in the process revealed that the doors on the drivers side has had some paint at some point for some reason, and the bonnet has some stone chips thats gone rusty, oh well,
 

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The only thing I found I had to get used to, was the lighter rear end, coming from the old Rover 75 which was quite a heavy car, looks good though
 

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i noticed on my test drive (10+miles inc motorway) it didnt have the "BANG" of the Mondeo turbo (130PS), and felt softer on the road, and steering wheel is bigger

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