Thats quite a story!!! Congrats on finally getting it.
I changed it.Originally posted by Pharohz@Mar 27 2005, 03:56 PM
lol, very nice. Congrats on the new car. I hope you enjoy it. You should probably change your signature now that you have it.
(Off-topic) There's a Door Speaker Upgrade?
I know what you mean, I spent 2 and a half hrs washing and detailing my super white yesterdayOriginally posted by Sesame87@Mar 29 2005, 05:56 AM
As for keeping the car clean, I'm already obsessed about that.In fact, after I woke up early yesterday morning I went with a very soft towel into the garage where the car is, made one end of the towel slightly damp, and with great care I wiped the dirt from the rain off the sides of the car. Then I lightly dried off those spots.
That's true and all seeing most show cars are carried everywhere in a trailer as opposed to driven to work every day, but for me having my car as clean as possible is a must if I'm going to have a nice car. I don't often get time to wash either so usually I'm running through a carwash on the way somewhere, but on my days off when I have the time I love scrubbing her down myself and getting every little spot. Even if it only looks a little more shiny at 20-20, the difference will show when people come up to you in a parking lot and say "hey nice car!" and want to check it out. For me that's reason enough to make time to hand was it.Originally posted by lo bux racer@Mar 29 2005, 10:57 AM
This is a common phenomenon for owners in their early 20's up to about 32 or 33. By then you've had a few cars, and all the waxing and polishing time is spent doing other things. I know the finish on my tC will never be perfect, so as long as it looks acceptable to me by the 20 - 20 standard (20 feet at 20 mph) I'm good with it.
As Damon and I said on Sunday, your daily driver can't be a show car, it just doesn't work that way.
I'm curious too. All I know is that on Saturday "Poncho" said it would take 4-5 days (not sure if he meant business days or including Sunday) for the parts to come in. He said "it won't take long for those to be put in," but no time length was given. Everything should look good when finished since I know ToyoGreenville has a good reputation for its installations and detail work. Plus the manager is very nitpicky about details and makes sure such things are done to perfection.Oh yea, let me know how your dealer install goes, I'm curious how long they're gonna take installing it all[/b]