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I pulled my Bullitt out of the garage, hosed it down, began washing... almost an hour later I finish scrubbing the wheel wells and it is ready to be rinsed... I rinse the entire car thoroughly, and break out the towel... Just as I dry off the last inch of water, BAAAANG- I hear a thunder clap and before I can even react, the car and I are standing out in the middle of a torrential downpour. I just had to stand there for a second and shake my head in disbelief. :rolleyes:
 

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DrRickso said:
I pulled my Bullitt out of the garage, hosed it down, began washing... almost an hour later I finish scrubbing the wheel wells and it is ready to be rinsed... I rinse the entire car thoroughly, and break out the towel... Just as I dry off the last inch of water, BAAAANG- I hear a thunder clap and before I can even react, the car and I are standing out in the middle of a torrential downpour. I just had to stand there for a second and shake my head in disbelief. :rolleyes:
Kinda makes a fella wonder who it really was that they pi**ed off, eh?:shock: :lol:
 

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DrRickso said:
I pulled my Bullitt out of the garage, hosed it down, began washing... almost an hour later I finish scrubbing the wheel wells and it is ready to be rinsed... I rinse the entire car thoroughly, and break out the towel... Just as I dry off the last inch of water, BAAAANG- I hear a thunder clap and before I can even react, the car and I are standing out in the middle of a torrential downpour. I just had to stand there for a second and shake my head in disbelief. :rolleyes:
Exact same thing happened to me here in Cleveland last weekend. I pulled it in the garage and got out the old chamois and terrycloth, though, and soon it was good as new... well, it is new I guess. I had the added thrill of it sitting out in HAIL, though, so my adventure was a bit more "exilerating....":eek: :lol: No damage, though.
 

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Was driving home last weekend following a trip to Virginia (wow, driving a Bullitt on the Blue Ridge Parkway is a lot of fun), got caught in a thunder storm. This was the first time #852 has been wet. The pony made it through just fine and once the sun came back out, it shook off the water beads and looked great afterwards. Once we go home and back into it's stall, I wiped it off with Meguiars Quick Detailer and it looks like new again. She is still a little nervious around hail but so far has not been out in a hail storm.
 

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Those Super Clean Bullitts.............

DrRickso said:
I pulled my Bullitt out of the garage, hosed it down, began washing... almost an hour later I finish scrubbing the wheel wells and it is ready to be rinsed... I rinse the entire car thoroughly, and break out the towel... Just as I dry off the last inch of water, BAAAANG- I hear a thunder clap and before I can even react, the car and I are standing out in the middle of a torrential downpour. I just had to stand there for a second and shake my head in disbelief. :rolleyes:

That reminds me of getting caught out on Motorcycle in a (STORM) on a otherwise Sunny Day !!!!!!!!

Talk about WET :frown: :frown: :frown:


Next Car Story:
Not to Mention the time I had it Completely Detailed and was driving it and.........

Here is a guy Mowing Grass on the side next to the ROAD Blowing CRAP all over everyone passing by. :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

Of course he could have had the Exhaust Discharge Chute turned away from the on coming traffic, but that would mean 2-Things.............

(1) Common Sense......

(2) He gave a CRAP..........



Terry
 
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