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HOW TO DETAIL A CLASSIC MOVIE CAR – CHRISTINE – Chemical Guys Car Care



Join us now in the Detail Garage for our special Halloween episode.

In September of 1957, one bright red Plymouth Fury rolled off the assembly line being powered by pure evil…Her name’s Christine. Having the power to seduce her owner and the select few of her choice, as well as being able to restore herself, she chose Chemical Guys to make sure she looks bad to the bone!

Nick takes care of all the loose dirt and fingerprints that covered Christine using EcoSmart Waterless Wash & Wax. After buffing off the solution using the Black Happy Ending Towels we could thoroughly assess the condition of the paintwork.

Being that there were some light scratches and scars, Nick polished the entire paintwork with the TORQ 10FX coupled to a White Hex-Logic Quantum Polishing Pad to break down the V4 All-In-One Polish. Now the red is as smooth as the day she was born.

Topping the paint off with Lava Wax gave the red a rich glow that shines like a single flame in the dark.

After detailing all the chrome and stainless steel components on the exterior, Nick turned his attention to the interior. Using InnerClean to get rid of the light dust and fingerprints on the dashboard, gauge and vinyl seats, Christine was looking right. Now she is ready to take on anything.

So watch out!

EcoSmart Water Wash & Wax

Black Happy Ending Towel

TORQ 10FX

V4 All In One Polish + Shine + Sealant

Hex-Logic Quantum Light-Medium Polishing Pad, White

Workhorse Green Professional Grade Microfiber Towel

Light Metal Polish

Workhorse Gray Premium Grade Microfiber Applicator

InnerClean – Interior Quick Detailer & Protectant

Workhorse Yellow Professional Grade Microfiber Towel

Lava Luminous Glow Infusion

Monster Edgeless Microfiber Towel, White

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33 Comments

  1. At 04:29, the trims are looks like dented, but why? because the car was badly damaged during the shooting of the movie? Is it the original Christine from Movie, or just a replica?

    Please explain…BTW really iconic car but you guys should remove those dents from the trims, it make the car a bit more better ☺☺

    Total points: 10/10 ?

  2. that Christine was not a fury to start off with looking at the left side as you were cleaning it there is a slight gap showing where the rear door was and on the chrome

  3. When I get older and become a car mechanic I’ll see if I can find a 1958 Plymouth fury that is red and call it Christine and take care of the car. Also amazing video I thought I love john Carpenter’s The thing but I love Christine more.

  4. Why would one choose v4 AIO over vss?
    Is vss for more deeper scratching? And vss doesn't have any protection in it. At least doesn't say. So maybe that's why you used v4 because it has protection?

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