I said no more photoshoots until the spring, but after todays cleaning, i just had to share, shes looking really nice in preparation for her last road trip to DC for 07. I already know about the bad, they're all being taken care of in the very near future. So without further interruption, heres AK, my Acura in the driveway shiny!(also direct from camera this time, no photoshop for Linux :-/)
Thanks, only legal way i could get it on the front.
Originally Posted by EarlThePearl
Looks real nice and shiney. Now fix that rust on the rear quarter panel.
willdo, the fix for that is already in the works, Killing like 4 birds with 1 stone with this.
Originally Posted by Blingting
Those Hella-De's look great on your car.
they KICK ASS...Cant think of better description!
Originally Posted by legendtype2
I like your fogs and a clean one ya got there. Just not liking the front plate. I think it's better w/o it or with a plate holder.
Bought her without the plate holder, used to run with the plate in the windshield, then the cops pulled me over, Had to be mounted on the bumper, so i whipped out some zipties, and put it in right there, its stayed ever since. I actually like it there, its less obtrusive than the fugly plate holder.
Originally Posted by robriguez
damn i wish my wheels were that clean.
Toilet Bowl Cleaner ( "The Works" brand I use), Toothbrush, spraybottle with 80% water, 20% baking soda.
Spray of rims
Dip brush in TB cleaner, scrub 3x3 inch spot on rim( or 1 grove basically for mine) spray with Baking soda mixture, then rinse off with water. Repeat over entire rim. Proven method works GREAT. http://www.ifilm.com/video/2898327
Why need a tripod for day shot??? that makes no sense
the Shocker is over rated. i saw a group of kids and moms taking a group picture while doing the shocker at a restraunt the other night. I am willing to bet if those moms knew what the shocker meant they wouldnt be doing it.
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