The winner of the January 2019 Adam’s Polishes SSOTM is, carkhz316. Early on, it looked like he was going to run away with it however in the closing hours Kyle4433 closed to within one vote to make it an exciting finish.
You are now being placed in the penalty box and not permitted to enter the SSOTM for one year.
Thanks to all our entrants, thanks to all the voted and thanks to Adam's Polishes for sponsoring this contest. Stay tuned for next months SSOTM which will start on the first of February.
2018 Buick Regal TourX
2017 Chev SS (NGM, 6MT, Sunroof, Inflator, Rebadged) #8 of 33 of 670, #979 Built
2015 RAM 2500 4x4 Power Wagon
2010 New Holland Boomer 8N
1976 Cosworth Vega #2196
1963 Volkswagen Type I
1962 Volkswagen Type I Sunroof
1950 Ford 8N
1915 Nieuport 11
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Congrats @carkhz316. That's a real nice, and convincing, black-out. You just need to add the drivers side spot light on the A pillar, and your car will be super convincing.
And once again, thanks to Adam's Polishes. When the weather clears up, I may just have to grab some of your magic liquids and see how nice it can make Stella.
I probably won't be punching a hole in the A-pillar anytime soon, haha. Also, I'll be adding whatever Adams products to my arsenal, as I'm already a fan of theirs and other detailing products. So this will be an exciting way to maintain the paint and looks of it.
Just a little update. I have been gone on a snowmobile trip, but just got back and figured I'd post up the generous gift from Adams and the SS forum: The Adams ceramic spray coating kit. I am excited to try it out, but it will be a little while until it's warm enough to do so.