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Just got done detailing a 1991 Toyota MR2 for my neighbors. They got it from a friend who was moving to help them out, but are reselling for $3500.

Brand new paint job, brand new 17" rims and tires, super clean (by yours truly). Only thing wrong I'd say is the brakes are spoungy. Probably need new pads/rotors and a bleed, but that's not hard at all.

Car was fun to clean! Enjoy the final pictures.

>Pictured with the MR2 is my '03 Accord.












 

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Nice rides. You should get the paint corrected on the MR2 and it'll look even better.

P.S. Very interesting color house you have there. I thought I saw a floating window for a sec.
 

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Looks good for an older Toyota minus the wheels. One thing though, clicking on this thread I thought it was a full detail on the car (i.e., clay, machine polishing to remove swirls, then waxing/sealing the paint) , not trying to knock your hard work though.
 

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car looks good but as mentioned if you get the red paint corrected properly and then seal it up with a nice wax or even a paint sealant it will look like a red puddle of ink.
 
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