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Well, after doing some 1/4 miles the other weekend and getting caught in a little rain this last weekend - Saturday night, had no plans, and decided that the Viper needed a serious clean...

I have no "prior" pics - but I must have peeled off 5lbs of rubber stuck in the wheel wells and under the sills, etc...

Anyways, below, jack the beast up so that I could soak all the areas that had rubber, bugs and tar stuck...

[image]http://www.viperalley.com/gallery/data/500/298car1-thumb.jpg[/image]

And here is the inside of the back wheel well - went through about 20 rags and a couple bottles of spray...

[image]http://www.viperalley.com/gallery/data/500/298Rear_well2-thumb.jpg[/image]

And then lastly - since I had the rims off - decided to see if I could cut through all the brake dust and get back to the original color...

[image]http://www.viperalley.com/gallery/data/500/298rim4-thumb.jpg[/image]


Didn't be a picture of the before and after of the front fascia - but was on the creeper and managed to get all the way under the front fascia - must have had bugs under there since last year...

In any event, now my beast is back to a respectable shine...

PS - and the jack stands punched through the racedeck... So looks like I get to go to my friendly dealer here in Minneapolis and inquire about that 10 year warranty they have... /images/graemlins/supergrin.gif
 

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It is racedeck flooring...

A bitch to clean (sweep) - but, I have recently found that using my compressor is a much easier way... Back the car way out - and then go crazy - nothing is safe from that much air pressure :thumb:
 
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