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Old 10-28-2006, 19:47   #1 (permalink)
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Model T Detailing???

Alright, I'm new to this forum, so please go easy.

I've been asked to help a friend detail a Model T. The car has the original black paint (supposed). I don't have many details about the car; ie year, options, etc. Do you have any suggestions in detailing the paint of this car? I detail modern cars that have clear coats. I wasn't planning on using any sort of abrasive cleaner, compound, or clay. I just don't know what will work. As the paint is supposedly original, I definately don't want to harm it.

I only use Meguiars on my detail jobs.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
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