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  1. #1 Default Driven Perfection: Customer Cars 
    This Range Rover belogs to my most particular Client.

    He has come to expect a very high standard of service, making it that much more difficult to give him the "Wow Factor"...

    This is the first time that I used the Gloss It system on one of his Vehicles.

    Step One: Gloss It Extreme Cut applied with Orange Cyclo Pads.

    Step Two: Gloss It Evolution Polish applied with Green Cyclo Pads

    Step Three: Gloss It Concourso Sealant applied with Blue Cyclo Pads.

    The Client was blown away. He commented on how much better his finish looked after the Gloss It treatment.

    His vehicles will now be detailed exclusively with Gloss It products by Driven Perfection. Photos Below:











    Last edited by 55fanatic; 04-21-2009 at 08:53 AM.
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  2. #2 Default Driven Perfection: 1999 Saab 95 SE 
    This Saab 95 SE actually belongs to my 93 Year Old Grandfather.

    He bought the car as a Dealer Demo in 1999, and has only put 7K miles on it in close to 10 years!

    Current Mileage = 12,612

    As you can imagine, the interior of this car was very clean.

    The exterior however, needed some help. This car has never seen the inside of a garage, and spends most of its time parked in front of his Condo.

    Step One: Gloss It Extreme Cut applied with Yellow Foam Pads on a Makita Rotary.

    Step Two: Gloss It Evolution Polish applied with Green Cyclo Pads

    Step Three: Gloss It Concourso Sealant applied with Blue Cyclo Pads

    My Grandfather was thrilled with the results... but then again he may be a bit biased....?









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  3. #3 Default Driven Perfection: 2004 Volvo S60 

    Complete Interior & Exterior Detailing by Driven Perfection.

    This car required some medium paint correction to remove light scratches and swirls.

    This is the first time that this car has ever been detailed. Exterior process as follows:

    Step One: Gloss It Extreme Cut applied with Orange Cyclo Pads

    Step Two: Gloss It Evolution Polish applied with Green Cyclo Pads

    Step Three: Gloss It High Gloss Finish applied with Blue Cyclo Pads
















    Last edited by Alex @ DRIVENPERFECTION; 03-20-2009 at 07:32 PM.
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  4. #4 Default Driven Perfection: 2008 Range Rover Sport 
    This Range Rover posed a challenge.

    The owner had this vehicle detailed at the dealership about a year ago. The Dealer did a very poor job.
    They burned the Clearbra and front bumper, then tried to hide their mistakes by repainting the bumper.
    A lawsuit was settled out of court to pay for the bumper to be properly refinished.

    Needless to say, she was skeptical about having the Range detailed again.

    Step One: Gloss It Extreme Cut applied with orange Cyclo Pads

    Step Two: Gloss It Evolution Polish applied with Green Cyclo Pads

    Step Three: Gloss It Concourso Sealant applied with Blue Cyclo Pads.

    When she picked up the Rover, the Client could not believe the result.
    She said it looked better than the day she bought it, and told me she now wants to have us detail the Rover 4 times per year.








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  5. #5 Default Driven Perfection: 2009 Suburban LTZ 
    The owner of this new Suburban wanted durable protection from the MA winter.

    The Exterior was treated as follows:

    Step One: Gloss It Evolution Cut Applied With Yellow Cyclo Pads

    Step Two: Gloss It Evolution Polish Applied With Green Cyclo Pads

    Step Three: Gloss It Gloss Finish Applied With Blue Cyclo Pads

    35% Window Tint was also applied to the two front doors.

    Final Result: The Client could not believe how smooth the finish was, and said it looked better than the day he picked it up at the Dealer.










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  6. #6 Default Driven Perfection: Infiniti G35 
    Complete Interior & Exterior Detailing by Driven Perfection.

    This car required some medium paint correction to remove light scratches and swirls. Exterior process as follows:

    Step One: Gloss It Extreme Cut applied with a Yellow Foam Pad on the Rotary Buffer -

    I followed this step with the Gloss Enhancer Spray worked in with a Black Foam Pad On the Rotary Buffer

    Step Two: Gloss It Evolution Polish applied with Green Cyclo Pads

    Step Three: Gloss It High Gloss Finish applied with Blue Cyclo Pads










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  7. #7 Default Driven Perfection: 2008 Alpina B7 

    This beautiful Alpina B7 is in need of some serious attention!
    The paint has lots of imperfections, and is begging for the Gloss-It system.
    Unfortunately the owner was on a tight schedule, and we only had time for the Express Detail.
    The Gloss-It Gloss Enhancer made a difference... I cant wait to see this car after a complete detail.














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  8. #8 Default Driven Perfection: 1937 Ford Street Rod 

    1937 Ford Street Rod Express Detail: Gloss It One Step Polish Applied With Cyclo Polisher
















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  9. #9 Default Driven Perfection: 1985 Ferrari Testarossa 












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    I didn't see this at Cars and Coffee!
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  11. #11 Default Driven Perfection: Briguy15's 2004 Mystichrome Cobra 

    This car belongs to YR member BriGuy15.

    Complete Interior & Exterior Detail By Driven Perfection.

    Gloss It Evolution Cut was applied, followed by Gloss It Evolution Polish and Gloss It Concourso Sealant.














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    Photos Of BriGuy15's Cobra Enroute To Cars & Coffee 2 Presented By YuppieRacing.net










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    Unfortunately Kenny was unable to attend Car & Coffee 2.

    He will however, be joining us with his beautiful Testarossa for many upcoming events this season.

    I look forward to seeing this car tearing up the roads again.

    Photos of Kenny's TR @ previous Driven Events below:






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    After getting my car detailed at Driven Perfection, I can honestly say I will NEVER go to anyone else besides them! They do the most amazing job I've ever seen. I now refer them to anyone who cares for their car. I had a blast at the car show as well. I can't wait until the next one. Thanks DP!
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    looks good.
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    damn whats the name of that paint color! thats nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROYMAN View Post
    damn whats the name of that paint color! thats nice

    Royman,

    That Color is called "Mystichrome" and was a factory Ford option on the Cobra only in 2004.

    It actually changes color depending upon the light. They also offered this color back in 1996 as well.
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    That thing is a SLED!

    Haha No really, this car looks BRAND NEW since the Detail!

    That car of one of 499 that color!
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  19. #19 Default Driven Perfection: 1998 Dodge Viper RT/10 

    1998 Dodge Viper RT/10: Full Paint Correction

    This Viper has not been detailed in over 3 years!

    While I was on hiatus from detailing, the owner did not trust anyone else to properly care for it.

    The exterior was covered with micro scratches from 3 years of neglect.

    I performed a full paint correction on this car as follows:

    Step I: Gloss It Extreme Cut applied with a yellow foam pad on the Makita Rotary Buffer.

    Step II: Gloss It Evolution Cut applied with a black foam pad on the Makita Rotary Buffer.

    Step III: Gloss It Evolution Polish applied with green foam pads on the Cyclo Polisher

    Step IV: Gloss It High Gloss applied with blue foam pads on the Cyclo Polisher

    The Micro Scratches are now gone, and the paint is once again glowing. The owner was very happy with the final result.




















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    Shots of the Viper enroute to Cars & Coffee Boston: Presented by YuppieRacing.net






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