|27th March 2017, 21:10||#1|
Regional Secretary Bristol
MG ZT-T+ 2.0 cdti, 135bhp.
Join Date: Mar 2013
Thanked 1,118 Times in 732 Posts
Autoglym Extra Gloss Protector Applied.
My ZTT Wurzel.
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|27th March 2017, 21:57||#2|
The OLD MAN
December 2004 Rover 75 2ltr CDTi Connoisseur SE HL Tourer
Join Date: Nov 2006
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Looking very good Clyde a real credit to you
My Pearl Black Beauty
Best regards Lilian and Derek
Club Member No. 96 / Forum User No. 111
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|28th March 2017, 09:50||#3|
Loves to post
Rover 75 Saloon
Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: East Lothian
Thanked 122 Times in 88 Posts
Looks spot on very good. I have a bottle of this, never used it. Was always a bit worried about they curing time, says an hour from memory. Would rain in that hour up here How long do you leave it to cure?
This vehicle was the 94,732nd 75 to run off the production line, out of 112,381
This vehicle was the 1,889th 75 CDT Connoisseur SE (135) to be made out of 4,744
This vehicle was the 625th 75 in Seafrost Blue (code: JYA) to be made out of 722 Seafrost Blue 75s
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|28th March 2017, 10:14||#4|
MG ZT+ Cdti Auto saloon. X Power Grey
Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: Blocs Village, Staffs
Thanked 288 Times in 200 Posts
Lovely job there, EGP really does the trick, I have used many glazes over the years but always come back to EGP, looks great.
“In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is freedom, in water there is bacteria.”
|28th March 2017, 10:32||#5|
Join Date: Sep 2016
Thanked 105 Times in 77 Posts
That IS a lovely finish, car looks wonderful...I think investing in a bottle of that stuff is in order !!
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|28th March 2017, 17:45||#6|
North East Regional Sec
MG ZT+ 177, MG ZT T 180 + MGF Freestyle and a Jaguar XF
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Newton Aycliffe
Thanked 1,079 Times in 730 Posts
Looks like you have done a good job, and nice reflections as well
Only thing I don't like about EGP is the dust it leaves afterwards. I am going to try a new product which I have come across and has good reviews
Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant
Project Gruple http://www.the75andztclub.co.uk/foru...d.php?t=213155
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|19th April 2017, 11:13||#7|
I really should get out more.......
2005 Rover 75 Conn SE 1.8 Facelift
Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: Great Yarmouth
Thanked 462 Times in 375 Posts
Autoglym EGP warning!
This stuff can really damage your excuse to get away from her indoors because the car needs a wash and a polish!
I haven't touched mine for over two weeks and it still looks great. Every time it rains, the grime just rinses off and when it dries, it's still sparkling. Great stuff.
Fixed:- Leaks, precautionary new head gasket,cambelt, tensioner, water pump, exhaust system, strut bearings, lower engine mount/steady, Jules drain filter mods and fan resistor, spy hole mod, bonnet pull mod, proper enamel badges, new tyres, Arctic handbrake compensator, twin horns, Shannon tube, tyre/spring protectors, torpedoes, wishbone rubbers, front discs and pads, .......... Phew!