Porsche 993 turbo undercarriage detaling.

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  1. marknkidz

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  3. up4speed

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    Holy cow, that looks amazing!
  4. APA#1

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    Very nice!
  5. Jeff Gilliam

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    Can I ask how much he charged & how long he had the car?
  6. GTO Joe

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    I have been hearing about dry ice as a medium to do what you describe above. Can you confirm this may be what they used? Does look good so you should be pleased as I am sure you are.
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  8. Bob in Texas

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    THAT’s a lot of work. Very nice indeed

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  10. ChipG

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    Had to call, I talked to the owner Darren, super-nice guy, he said there are 2 parts to it, an undercarriage steam then the undercarriage detail and takes about 2 days, I used a 1990 Testarossa as an example. I'm afraid to mention the price because I don't want someone in 10 years to see the price I post and think that's what he'll pay. But for the results I see here I think it's worth the price.

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