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Detailing & Appearance Discuss washing, waxing and detailing information as well as interior/exterior cosmetic modifications. This includes neons, body, cosmetic wheels, etc. Even under the hood detailing.

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Old 12-24-2006, 01:41 AM   #1
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Hello everyone.

For those of you who don't know me, I am quite new to these Bonneville forums. Despite the fact that my registration says August of 2005, I've only popped my head in here a few times for some technical information.

To the point, I own a 2001 SSEi (a great car if I must say so myself). I am from Massachusetts. I go to college at St. Joseph'* College of Maine for business. I understand the worst of winter is approaching quickly and most of you from Massachusetts are sick and tired of cleaning your car by now, especially in the cold. I am 19 years old and next year I plan on opening some type of automotive detailing business in a nice garage facility, top of the line, this spring or summer depending on availability of leasing. Unfortunately, right now I am working out of the house garage and I would like some reasonable clients. So I figure, why not start off with the nice fellas at the Bonneville Club? I already know how to do a pretty precise detailing of a Bonneville considering I own one. There are quite a few of you guys and girls from not only Massachusetts but surrounding areas such as Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, etc. I was just wondering if any of you would mind coming by some time for a thorough detail of the exterior and interior including features such as polish, wax, etc. I know that doesn't seem like much but I know what I'm doing to an extent. Once I open up shop, I will make the initial investment in products such as expensive vacuums, power washers, steamers, etc. But I thought I would just offer to any of you in the area to stop by for a pretty thorough detail for something like $100. I spend about five hours on my own car (yeah... I make sure it'* right. OCD does that to you) so I will do the same for yours.

Feel free to contact me via AIM for a cellular phone number or more. Any advice would be greatly appreciated but just talk to me, I'm sure you'll be surprised. Thanks a lot.

Mike Ferullo
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Wow, that'* pretty cool. I'm not sure how many of our members would be interested since a lot of people seem to like to do their own detailing work (I won't name names ), but I bet you could get a few people interested. Good luck with the business!!
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