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You know, it's true - I've had to change a lot of diapers lately and haven't really had time to take any pics. Wanted to take some nice ones, and not only on my driveway.

Now, it is on my driveway anyway...

But now I shatter the mist of confusion among you...

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Thanks. No, I like those. Almost better than I like my summer wheels. But I have to live with them for a while first to know 4 sure.:D
 

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Ok we believe you know :)

I like those rims too.

I wish we had those size registration plates here in the States. Ours are too big.
 

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Yes, our European plates are nicer in size. They don't take over the car's appearance completely as yours sometimes do.
 

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Yeah. It sure is a nice car...love every minute of it!
 

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Your summer-alloys are the Mazda6 16 inches, huh? I like those more, your winter-alloys are a bit boring and small

But great looking 6 :)
 

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Yes, they are small. It's not to recommend having too large alloys in the winter, because you expose your brake discs to too much snow, mud etc.

I have experienced loosing all brake force in a car due to that... No fun whatsoever!!!:sarc
 

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            You know, it's true - I've had to change a lot of diapers lately and haven't really had time to take any pics. Wanted to take some nice ones, and not only on my driveway.

Now, it is on my driveway anyway...

But now I shatter the mist of confusion among you...

:D[/b]
Allright then, I believe you now :p. Good job of keeping your car nice and clean (is that due to coating you talked about?). Too bad you've smudged your license plate. Got to be careful with these modern chemicals... :D
 

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Yes, the paintcoat treatment is why the car still is clean (I haven't washed it for two weeks - you must not do that when you've gotten such a treatment).

Pretty impressive, huh, knowing that I've done 800 km on dirty winter roads...?

The paint treatment (No 1 Touchguard no 38) comes from the swedish company

www.lahega.se
 

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Very cool - congrats! I like the winter rims; but am partial to the bigger wheels. But that is cool!
 

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Steve, you just made a very good commercial for the paint coat stuff... I started to feel like having one also... Hmmm...
 

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Wow Steve!!

great Car! Congratulations... makes me mourn for December even More! :D

I admit, i'm jelaous... i want mine NOW !!!
 

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Yeah, but your is not long away. My thought are with those poor americans that won't get the hatch for yet another year...

Still worth the wait, though.:)
 

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Hey not bad for having it pulled up from the bottom of the Atlantic!!:D

I guess that paint coating is really something!

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            Yup. Not even fish stick to it!!!:D[/b]
But you had it made with some pros? A washing / car treatment company?

Maybe I should look if they have anything like that around, but I guess the pricing must be sky high... But it would be nice to see my car clean most of the time. :)
 

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Yes, it was done by professionals. It costs around US$ 250, but it's well invested money.
 
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