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Still no one yet?

The guy thats buying the car came by yesterday.

I think Dev sent one of his fussy Pr's over the pond

This is probably going to end up being one of those " I think you would be beter off somewhere else jobs"

we've been posting about

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Ive done 4 of them. They are not that hard, just about the same as doing a SL500, or Lexus SC430. Do the back first and use the convertable to your advantage, rais the top half way and this should give you an easy time with the rear glass. Also the quarters can be done with the top half way open, makes it very easy.

Then when the back 3 are done, put the top down so its a convertable, then make sure the door triggers are pushed so the rolldowns are in the upright position and tint them. Also make sure you can leave the car in the shop or somewhere for a couple of hours with the top down to let the sides dry before you put the top up.

Good luck

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