We have a 1969 Charger 383 that is in the shop to just go through it and make sure everything is running right. It was rebuilt some time in the past so the customer wanted to make sure everything was good to go on it.
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Love muscle cars? How about a 1970 SS 454 Chevelle? Yes please!
We have one on the shop that is getting some leaks checked and then will get a clay bar treatment.
(That is like a spa day for its paint.)
Using a clay bar will remove embedded surface contamination that still remains after a maintenance wash. Sometimes the contamination removed is not always visible on the paint to the naked eye. After using a clay bar on your paint you will be left with a surface that is as smooth as glass and properly prepped. It is now ready for polish or for you to apply layers of protection. Not only can you clay your vehicles paint, but glass, wheels, lights and more. A common misconception about using a clay bar is that it has an impact on removing swirls and scratches, it does not.