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Here she is now ive owned her a while and got the paintwork fully corrected etc etc..































 

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you do all that work and the wife cant even remove her tissue fron the typical!!!!!
looking good:p
 

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you do all that work and the wife cant even remove her tissue fron the typical!!!!!
looking good:p
LOL no wife, no girlfriend....any offers :p

Come to think of it i don't even know what that tissue is LOL!
 

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Nice :)

All you need now is to get yourself some silver indicator bulbs for the front! Looks much better ;)





Any chance of popping round and cleaning mine? :rofl:
 

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Jesus how did you read my mind, Ive actually been to Halfords today looking for some but couldn't find any..

Any ideas of a shop to buy them (non ebay) and a rough price?

Andy
 

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Just call me Mystic Matt :rofl:

I got mine from a local car parts shop, sells everything from fuses to bodykits!! Can't remember how much though, as I got them for the car before the Laguna, sorry.
 

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Yep well spotted, originally had black rubstrips and fitted some grey ones as look nicer, however they came off a 2.2 dci and not had chance to find any 1.9 ones on ebay yet, and the originals were black and didn't look right.

Paint correction is basically using compounds and polishes to achieve a perfect finish on the paint leaving it free of swirls and marring.
 
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