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Having collected the car from the dealers about 6 weeks ago, was not truly happy with the finish of the paint work. Having looked at a few detailers found the Instagram page for Valiant Detailing and popped over for a visit, fortunately they had literally just finished detailing an Ara blue FL saloon and decided I wanted the same package. Will shut up now and let the video do the talking and cannot recommend Valiant and the team enough!

https://imgur.com/ucHsTZS

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Very nice
Previous toys - 11 Golf GT, 07 BMW 335i, 12 BMW 335i, First Duchess 8P Audi RS3 - lovely car, 62 BMW M135i Black edition Audi A5 convertible - nice car. Current Toys MK7 Golf R, MK7 Golf GTD, 8P Audi RS3

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I realise it's under some serious lighting but man that is one shiny beast. Do they do home visits to Scotland lol?



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Looks awesome mate - Panther rocks!  Mine has a bit of orange peel on the doors - did you detail help it?  Probably needs a wet sand to clear it really. 



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looks stunning



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Looks awesome mate - Panther rocks!  Mine has a bit of orange peel on the doors - did you detail help it?  Probably needs a wet sand to clear it really. 

 

They got rid of most of the defects in the paint, would be very hard pressed to notice anything now :-)

 

Thank you all for the kind comments, on to the mods next....



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What package did you have done on the car?

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Just remember it there to be driven mate - no point saving it for the benefit of the next owner!



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What package did you have done on the car?

 

I went for this package

 

https://www.valiantd...ng-services.php



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Just remember it there to be driven mate - no point saving it for the benefit of the next owner!

 

Too right, ordered my STM downpipe. forge inlet pipe, either getting an apr intake or if the unitronic comes out then that, either a forge, wagner or stm intercooler and deciding who I want to map it



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Just remember it there to be driven mate - no point saving it for the benefit of the next owner!

Unlike the bell end on the other site who thinks it should be garaged because the miles are getting too high

No longer associated with ASN  :D 

 

 


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Just remember it there to be driven mate - no point saving it for the benefit of the next owner!

Speaking of which, mine is absolutely filthy haven’t cleaned it in 4 weeks now.
A little trip over the tops today in terrible weather to see a customer in Brighouse only made it dirtier

The wheels aren’t gloss black now and the paint is more of an off white colour.

But in the bad weather it was unflappable.

No longer associated with ASN  :D 

 

 


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You are fine Sean - treat the car like a w hore - the dirtier the better and ride it hard!


Edited by Evil Diesel, 06 September 2019 - 08:34 PM.


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We have some cracking roads in West Yorks so it would be rude not to enjoy the car



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Blasted auto profanity check!! I thought it was the oldest profession in the world!



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We have some cracking roads in West Yorks so it would be rude not to enjoy the car

 

I was up there in June - some nice roads to be sure.  If you want the Santa Pod experience though you have to go to my new base on the Fen! And as a little Brucie Bonus my mpg has improved since leaving London despite driving like I was competing in the Gumball Rally!







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