It's been a while since I've posted but rest assured, I've still been detailing! I was really excited to have the opportunity to do this car for a new client. The 993 market is popping and I really feel like I added value to this particular car. The paint was on the softer side but was a pleasure to work with. And I can cross another car off the "bucket list" that I'd never driven. These older Porsches are awesome driver's cars! Foam wash Clay bar Dried Masked Menzerna MCP2400 on a Rupes yellow foam pad Menzerna FCP3800 on a Rupes yellow foam pad Menzerna Powerlock Suds shot Jumping straight to lighting inspection. Looks okay, right? Not so much... I was unsure about these spots before I began... Whoa... And so it begins! Sunroof before: Sunroof after: Spot on roof before: Spot on roof after: Passenger side skirt: 50/50 on the rear. I love how taillights improve after being corrected. I think it makes a big difference in the overall look. My wife always says I have a screw loose! Driver's side hip before: Driver's side hip after: This was one of the worst areas! Here are some pics after both steps were finished but before sealant was applied: After this I applied the sealant and started to check out the interior. I didn't have too much planned for it but I did notice the floor mats were quite stained so I tried to clean them up a bit! Passenger side mat before: Passenger side mat after: Driver side mat before: Driver side mat after: After a wipe down, vacuum, and Lexol applied to the seats I put it back together: Sealant wiped off and ready to pull out of the garage!