Re: [DML] My new De Lorean
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Re: [DML] My new De Lorean

For the exterior black trim, I use Tire Wet, same stuff used for the 
tires, looks very black and wet.  I recently heard that type of 
stuff isn't good for the tires due to drying them out, not sure if 
that's true, so maybe it's not good for the trim either (?).  Anyone 
have any thoughts on that??  Mine's a daily driver, so maybe it 
would be OK, as it's not sitting there (actually doesn't seem to 
last real long due to use of the car).  They make a non-spray sponge 
type product to rub on I just started using (also Tire Wet), that 
lasts alot longer.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jim Cope <lamborghinijim@xxxx> wrote:
> Hi Martin and thanks, yes we do drive on the correct side of the 
road) (left) I changed them for H4 and H1 (mains) units. Many many 
>   How much are the window motors and from where can I get them?
>   Some of the other issues are
>   Getting the "black" exterior trim back to a good deep black...Im 
trying a Meguires product, if you know of anything better....shout.
>    off as we do have to have them by law, a new free flow muffler 
syste also but I will keep the tail pipes to look the same.
> -

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