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Old 08-12-2017, 04:20 PM
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Rainy afternoon

It was one of the most enjoyable Saturday afternoons I have had in awhile. Wife and kids taking a nap and I am down stairs polishing a wheel with the garage door open while it rains. No radio. No noise except the driving rain and the smell of wheel polish. It was fantastic.
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Welllllll, how did the wheel turn out?


PS, nothing like a little alone time!
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This sounds about as good as it gets. And yeah, pics!!!
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Its Paintburner's fault that I even started this. Her new wheels looked so nice. Mine are probably 15 yrs old by now, but they look quite a bit better. This one I finished yesterday. I am pulling them off one at a time to make it easier.
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This pic a little grainy. Once I get all of them finished I will back it outside and get a pic in the sun.
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Its Paintburner's fault that I even started this. Her new wheels looked so nice. Mine are probably 15 yrs old by now, but they look quite a bit better. This one I finished yesterday. I am pulling them off one at a time to make it easier.


Well atleast I'm getting blamed for something good this time! Your wheel looks great!
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Great may be stretching it, but certainly much better than when I started!

Yeah, it's definitely your fault! I saw yours and said Holy crap!
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