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... so when I got back from a nice walk in the country with my wife and daughter I washed my 156. Hasn't been done for ages, was so thick with dirt could barely read the number plates. Took for ever and all I did was was it, dry it and do the alloys with wonder wheels.
 

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Looking very nice Andrew :cool:
 
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Thats what a 156 should look like then :eek:

Afraid mine is rather grubby at the moment, and you are making me feel guilty.
 

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looking good andrew:cool: washed mine today as well for the first time in about a month, she was filthy:eek: what a glorious day btw, nicest day we've had since october i reckon:cool:
 

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Thanks guys :)

just saw a article that it's meant to be the warmest January on record. Apparently last monday the night time temp was 12.6 deg C which is hotter than the average night last July!
 

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Nice looking 156. Haven't had the chance to wash mine for quite a while now. It's been raining everyday for the last couple of weeks.
 

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you got me inspired, Andrew...
Now mine looks good and nice and clean as well.
 

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Sadly mine looks dirty already. My drive to work is mainly on country lanes and I seem to get covered in muck after just a couple of miles.

I really must train my son to wash it, he doesn't seem keen in going out in the cold with a bucket of water though!
 

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Get him in the engine bay... he can degrease all those hard-to-reach nooks and crannies while you wash the car.

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