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I've done a lot to the SSSNAKE since I bought it in Jan. '97, Cobra R Hood, BASF Mystic Stripes, Powerdyne S/C, Ape Chip, 90mm Mass Air, 30# injectors, F-303 cam, Pro 5.0 shifter, '98 Cobra Wheels painted to match the car, Motorsport Alum. drive shaft, Motorsport 4:10 gears, Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch & pressure plate, Engine painted to match Car, Cobra embroidered on head rest. Cobras painted on rear bumper and wheel center caps, Cobra Mural painted under hood, Mac equal length header-offroad H-Pipe-3" catbacks w/3 chamber Flow Masters, Sub frame connectors and lifting rails, Saleen SR Wing.
I enjoy Drag and Auto Cross Racing. I attend lots of Car Shows and recommend shows for everyone. They're a great way to meet like minded people and have loads of fun.
Here is one of my sites, Feel free to join
http://content.communities.msn.com/JohnsSSSNAKECARandOtherHOTRIDES/PhotoAlbum
 

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Cleaning Rims

Actually the only part on the rims that is hard to clean is under the 13" Disc Brake Caliper. When I painted the rims, I applied 4 coats of base and 6 coats of clear. I usually only apply McGuires Quik Detailer. When I'm getting ready for a show, I give the SSSNAKE a quick rinse, then pull her into the shop and onto the hoist and in about 1 hour, I'll have her cleaned from top to bottom.
I've included a picture of my shop with my son's 2 '93 LX's.
Glad you liked the SSSNAKE. We're getting ready for our 1st show of the year located at Knott's Berry Farm in southern Calif. This will be our 1st trip to this show, (only about 1100 miles of drive for us). But we'll have fun.

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