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BayouTigress

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  1. I thought you would like it
  2. ^This! Don't take any chances especially if you live on the coast. This one looks to be a doozy
  3. Envious over here! Would love a blue one but my RR sport is to new
  4. Very coo! The guy I have detail Gossamer has started doing a similar technicaue only he wraps the entire vehicle, not just the nose. He had given me a brochure on it it I do not remember the name. I do not rember it being 3M. He uses a glass coat product called 22pple. I don't think the Gtechniq was out at that time as it has been 6+ years. The 22 pple does have to be reapplied every 3 years or so but we do not have a garage and the air pollution living so near the river does a number on paint. The great thing about the glass and ceramic coatings are no more taping rear quarter panels at the track. A light wash and dry with a microfiber towel and all that rubber comes right off, no scrubbing required. Same for love bugs on the front grill. Water beads up nicely. Makes the car really easy to wash. He also has a product that he uses to coat the inside rim of the wheels so brake dust does not stick as easily. Chuck fusses a little at the cost, until he sees the car. Then he is like "Oh yeah, that is why I let you talk me in to this" It just looks so good, better than when he drove it home from the dealer. Chris also had his car ceramic coated but I do not remember what product was used.
  5. So I ram across the bendor who does these color hanging signs cutsom designed and henis will to wornwith us an a price for ine for thrnauctiom ours would be a full American flag, not tattered edge, with the Mopar M and the words "For all who serve" worked into the design as well. It would be framed. I thought it would be cool to hand in a garage since lighted sighns see, to go over well in the acution. I will post pics once he gets the design to a stage I can show you. Do you all think this would be of interest to the bidders?
  6. A note for the trivia buffs. Not all blocks of ice are the same size. I guess the cajun ones are smaller in one dimension than everywhere else in the country. So for a true cajun snow ball machine they have to trim the block of ice before they put it in the machine. Or at least that was the case in TX. Hot dogs look yummy and snow balls always go down smoothe on a hot day. Everyone have fun and please stay safe!
  7. Love it! Peach State ups the wow factor every time!
  8. Well the 2 piece on DSS web site for everything but Challenger is here http://www.driveshaftshop.com/domestic-driveshafts/dodge/dodge-2009-2010-charger-srt8-300c-srt8-challenger-srt8-with-getrag-limited-slip-differential-aluminum-2-piece-driveshaft. So everyone can just click the link to see the price - new. Taxes and shipping will depend on where you live.
  9. Yes but good ones!
  10. Nice job darlin'.
  11. I am not an automaic transmission kinda girl.
  12. He said auto
  13. We will get a shipping estmate this weekend. Just crazy week at work and have not had time to get by UPS.
  14. they will be fine, my rep is waaaay worse than the real thing. Well, I think anway.