A piece of coal into a black diamond...

NastyGT500

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2005 Porsche 911 C4S (996)
3.6 Liter flat 6
345HP
Black/Black
123,818 miles
Operation Coal into a black diamond!


Client brought in his hammered 911 for some correction and protection. The paint looked grey, not black from all the defects. Completely covered in heavy swirls, holograms, scratches, road blast pitting (on hood) some crazing/cracking of the clear/beginning of clear failure, haze, water spot etching, you name it…it had it.
It’s not perfect…but oh so much better!



The ‘details’:

Adam’s strip wash
Medium clay alternative mitt
Adam’s wheel cleaner
Adam’s tire and rubber cleaner
McKee’s37 APC
DeFelsko PTG
Scangrip lighting
Flex 3401, pixie and Rupes iBrid
LC force hybrid pads
Griots FCC and PC
GYEON Tire
Auto Finesse glass cleaner
303 protectant on leather/interior
Metro vacuum
Optimum panel wipe
22ple Mistico Elemento Forte
Adam’s black/trim restorer on cowl piece

Thank you for looking/commenting!








































 

DSG2003Mach1

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good lord, I thought our black super duty was in bad shape. Too bad that won't fit in your garage :LOL:
 

Weather Man

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People with black cars, me included, just kinda give up after a certain point.
 

CobraBob

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That was some really messed up paint! Awesome restoration, Scott.
 

5.0Black

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I feel like a broken record, buttttttt outstanding work! Also, the title name may be the best one yet.
 

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