For those of you that have been to a show before (I never have) what do you keep in your milk crate o' supplies?
well you should wax before hand for sure....
next bring some spray n shine stuff, all major companies make it, usually called Instant Showtime or something
Glass cleaner (w/ newspaper)
Tire dressing for a show don't bother with meguiars, cause it's not as shinny and you aren't driving around, go get the Eagle 1 Tire stuff, very very shinny stuff....
also make sure your wheel wells are spotless...
finally something to make the dash, vinyl, and leather shine...
oh yeah and some 100% cotton terry towels....
USED TO HAVE: 3.0L, PnP heads, N2O, and a few other run of the mill mods.
WILL HAVE: 3.0L, PnP Heads, T3/T4 Turbo, N2O, and a few more run of the mill mods. - I want 12s
"The Chair" Equipped, world's most comfortable Cougar rear seat - guaranteed.
Last time I was at Target they had a bag of 25 Terry Cloth Towels for like $10. Make sure you wash them before using them though or else you will get all that lint and stuff off of it.
who wants to tow me to Street Dreams
I'd over ya a tow, but the trailer is already packed
well thx anyways =(
Brad - Quick Detailer by Meguiars is good.. Also they have detailing cloths.. work great.. Also recommended is a car duster.. Amazing how much **** floats around and lands on the car (I was doin about every other hour at Autorama).
2004 Mazda RX8
Velocity Red MT
Grand Touring Package
Yeah i may need to be towed too, car goes in the shop thurs, but i f*cked up my radiator somehow, so i got to get that fix, asap when it gets out, car runs but pours out fluid. See ya'll at the show, just waiting on my wing...
Old Car: 99' "Oh so TOTALLED" Silver Cougar:
Kaminari Front and sides, SW Rear, WW Commando wing
New Car: 2004 Grand Prix GT
MC-NECO Member and Loudmouth
I would pull............But I don't have a trailer or even a trailer hitch on my dad's truck.