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Old 4th February 2009, 00:56   #61
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J Irwan, your M5 looks great.
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That's one amazing transformation! Great detailing work.

I really love the way the Menzerma polishes work on the BMW paint. It's all that I use on my beast.
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Old 4th February 2009, 02:21   #63
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Wow! Absolutley Stunning. Beautiful Beast. Very nice work!
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Old 4th February 2009, 09:59   #64
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Perfect! Somebody finally did a full write up of a full e39 M5 detail! Excellent! I meant to do this last time I clayed mine but did not have enough pictures to show the step-by-step process! This thread belongs in Detailing World as well since they don't really have anything on the e39 M5's as accurate as this! Good job mate! These babies clean up real well, especially with the right clay bar and polish!
Finally?!?!

There are many posts with equally detailed DIY instructions. Try the FAQ and "search" function.

Oh, and it is really poor form to "qoute" a post which has 20 pictures in it...it is needlessly repetitious, and adds nothing.
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I need a paint meter, but they are so damn expensive!
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Old 4th February 2009, 19:33   #66
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Hower the post was poliute and positive which adds more than the negative in quoteing pictures.

No worries LEENA

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Finally?!?!

There are many posts with equally detailed DIY instructions. Try the FAQ and "search" function.

Oh, and it is really poor form to "qoute" a post which has 20 pictures in it...it is needlessly repetitious, and adds nothing.
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Old 4th February 2009, 20:01   #67
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Gustav, let us know when you are coming to NY so we can set up an M5 meet. I could have Diny set it up too. He knows the spot where M5's meet because I can't remember the area.
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PS: If anyone even thinks about hovering the mouse cursor over the "quote" button on that post.....then you've got a world of trout slapping coming your way.
Yeah, well...even with that warning.....

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PS To the OP: that is a really fine job.
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Awesome! who else from the NY, NJ area is coming??? Diny, set up a meet!
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