I don't remember exactly what color this is called. I think it's Jerez Black. Anyways, it's probably the cleanest car that's come to my garage yet. I barely needed to wash it. It was even waxed already. The man wanted a one step detail. I figured I would use PO203S on uber green pad to take care of everything. For the most part, it worked great. Then I figured, why not give M205 a shot since these swirls aren't very deep at all. On some of the panels, I used M205 on 3M UK yellow pad with the Kevin Brown method. It doesn't but nearly as much as PO203S, but it finishes a lot better. There were other swirls and RDS that were impossible with just these two polishes, so I told him that it'd take more work to get the rest done. Wash, dry, clay Zym0l sponges CG CWG grit guards DI waffle weave drying towel Swissvax detail brush Majestic solutions SGS - on door jams ONR - on door jams Swissvax blue clay ONR clay lube Paint correction Makita 9227c 3M backing plate 3M UK yellow + meguiar's M205 Uber green pad + Menz PO203S pad spur from AG LSP Duragloss 601 + 105 Victoria Red Concours Wheels and tires MS SGS - on tires and wheel wells Swissvax pneu - tire dressing P21S wheel gel Swissvax wheel brush DD spoke brush Misc Black wow 0000 steel wool + Meguiar's M105 on exhaust tips 1000W halogen lamps PICTORS Yes, these were taken when it got here. M3 badging everywhere! Last bit of beading.... And the bad and this bad boy is ready FOR THIS! M205 demo POWARRRRRR It was dark when I was done, and I needed to give the car back on the same day, so I just took a bunch of pictures in my garage. Sorry I was a bit rushed today, so I couldn't take as many pictures as I wanted to. Enjoy.